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Keenen Ivory Wayans
Birthday: June 8, 1958

Birth Place: New York, New York, USA
Height: 6' 3"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Keenen Ivory Wayans. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



The second-oldest child of the Wayans Brothers comic dynasty (brother of Damon, Marlon, Shawn, Kim, and Dwayne Wayans), "renaissance" man Keenen Ivory Wayans retains the highest profile among his siblings as a director and entrepreneur, and claims a brief but spectacular career, which qualifies him as a bona fide role model to young African-Americans interested in carving like paths in comedy or entertainment. A graduate of the Tuskegee Institute, Wayans entered the comic arena in the mid-'80s by stepping up to the mike and honing his stand-up act, but he later branched out into movies, by scripting the low-budget black satire Hollywood Shuffle (1987) and the aptly-titled comedy vehicle Eddie Murphy: Raw (1987), both for director pal Robert Townsend. Wayans broke through to a larger audience with I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988), a rollicking parody of 1970s blaxploitation flicks which he directed, produced, and starred in — as Jack Spade, a black war vet who heads home to the ghetto, only to discover that his brother Junebug died from an "OG" (or overdose of gold chains). For credibility and weight, Wayans intuitively cast blaxploitation vets Isaac Hayes, Bernie Casey, and Jim Brown in leading roles; the film also features Chris Rock's debut. In 1988, Wayans created, produced, and starred in the Fox network's iconoclastic, influential, cutting-edge comedy-variety series In Living Color, which not only made "Wayans" a household name (synonymous with African-American comedy), but also solidified the stardom of comedians Jamie Foxx and the rubber-faced Jim Carrey (who, with his Fire Marshall Bill character, appeared as the ensemble's obligatory white schmuck). A dispute over the show erupted between Wayans and Fox in late 1992, as Wayans felt that the network was overrunning In Living Color in syndication; he argued that it would reduce the program's longevity. Yet Fox refused to back down. Consequently, the whole Wayans family left the program, leaving Jim Carrey center stage. In Living Color lasted two additional seasons, and wrapped in late summer 1994. For several years, Wayans retained a low profile (save limited involvement with straight-faced actioners like The Glimmer Man), but bounced back in 2000 with the multimillion-dollar box-office champion Scary Movie. Initially a parody of Wes Craven's Scream series, the film spawned three sequels, in 2001, 2003, and 2006 respectively; Wayans abandoned the franchise after Scary Movie 2, by which point, the films had expanded their satirical scope to include non-horror pictures and other elements of popular culture. In 2004, Wayans directed the farce White Chicks, about two black FBI agents, Marcus and Kevin (played respectively by the director's brothers, Marlon and Shawn), who disguise themselves as Caucasian sorority girls to foil a kidnapping plot. Despite scattered favorable notices, most critics despised the picture (Roger Ebert remarked, "Here is a film so dreary and conventional that it took an act of will to keep me in the theater"), but it soared at the box and became one of the top grossers for several weekends. The three brothers re-teamed for a follow-up (as co-producers and co-screenwriters, with Keenen directing) for the crass 2006 comedy Little Man, a kind of Clifford remake that revamps the adult-in-the-child's-body concept. Marlon plays a dwarf criminal, Calvin, who — in an effort to retrieve a diamond he has stolen — takes advantage of his size by masking himself as a baby and hiding out in the home of a wannabe dad (Shawn Wayans).

Movie Credits
Scary Movie (2000)
[ Marlon Wayans ][ Tupac Shakur ][ James Van Der Beek ][ Shawn Wayans ][ Jon Abrahams ]
Most Wanted (1997)
[ Jon Voight ][ Eric Roberts ][ Simon Baker ][ Paul Sorvino ][ Kane Hodder ]
The Glimmer Man (1996)
[ Steven Seagal ][ Brian Cox ][ Stephen Tobolowsky ][ Bob Gunton ][ John M Jackson ]
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996)
[ Marlon Wayans ][ Omar Epps ][ Shawn Wayans ][ Faizon Love ][ Method Man ]
A Low Down Dirty Shame (1994)
[ Charles S. Dutton ][ Kane Hodder ][ Sven-Ole Thorsen ][ Don Diamont ]
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988)
[ Chris Rock ][ Marlon Wayans ][ Damon Wayans ][ Shawn Wayans ][ Isaac Hayes ]
Hollywood Shuffle (1987)
[ Damon Wayans ][ John Witherspoon ][ Jim Beaver ]
Star 80 (1983)
[ Eric Roberts ][ Cliff Robertson ][ Robert Picardo ][ Roger Rees ][ Josh Mostel ]
For Love and Honor (1983)
[ David Caruso ][ Yaphet Kotto ][ Eddie Velez ]


  • Parents are Howell and Elvira Wayans. Brother of Dwayne Wayans, Damon Wayans, Kim Wayans, Nadia Wayans, Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans. Also has sisters Elvira, Diedre, and Vonnie.
  • Father of Jolie Ivory Imani Wayans, Keenen Ivory Wayans Jr., Nala Wayans, and Bella Wayans. Cousin of Craig Wayans. Uncle of Damon Wayans Jr., Michael Wayans, Cara Mia Wayans, Kyla Wayans, and Damien Wayans.
  • Is a vegetarian.
  • Is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
  • He is a vegan.
  • Has five children by estranged wife Daphne: Jolie, Nala, Keenen Jr., Bella and Daphne Ivory.

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