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Darius Creston McCrary Wiki Biography

Darius Creston McCrary was born on 1 May 1976, in Walnut, California, USA. He is an actor, singer and voice actor probably still best known for his role as Edward “Eddie” Winslow in the 1989 to 1998 television series “Family Matters”. Aside from this, he’s had other notable roles, for example in his debut film “Big Shots” and the CBS drama “The Young and the Restless”. The various endeavors he’s worked on have helped increase his net worth.

How rich is Darius McCrary? As of early-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $500,000, mostly accumulated through a relatively successful career in acting. While most of his work is on television, he’s had roles in big films as well and is even the voice of some popular characters like Jazz in the “Transformers” film. He continues to work, and it’s likely that his wealth will increase as a result.

Darius McCrary Net Worth $500,000

McCrary was born into a very musical oriented family, and during his youth he learned several instruments including the piano, guitar and harmonica. He also learned to sing – his father Howard McCrary was a singer and songwriter. He even started a gospel group with family members during his youth.

Darius then began his career as a child actor, appearing first in the 1987 comedy “Big Shots”. The film earned him recognition, and he was soon given opportunities to guest in various television shows. He next appeared in the film “Mississippi Burning”, and eventually landed one of his leading and longest roles in “Family Matters”, over nine years. After “Family Matters” ended, he starred in “Freedom” and “Something to Sing About”. A few of his biggest movies would come from “15 Minutes” alongside Robert de Niro, and “Kingdom Come” with Whoopi Goldberg. Two years after voicing for “Transformers”, he then voiced the character Tarix in “Bionicle: The Legend Reborn”, but continued acting, making an appearance in films like “Saw VI”, “Anger Management”, and shows like “Cold Case”. He later did several stage productions.

In late 2009, Darius joined “The Young and the Restless” to portray Malcolm Winters and stayed in the show until late 2011. One of his other appearances has been in the CBS show “I Get That A Lot”, and also in the stage play “In-Laws from Hell”.

McCrary has been nominated three times for a Young Artist Award, one nomination was for “Big Shots”, and the two others were for “Mississippi Burning” and “Family Matters”.

Aside from film and television, McCrary has also worked as a musician and music producer, working with various artists. He was the co-producer of “Church and Steppin: The Movie”. He also founded a band called the D-List, which consists of other musicians and his brother Donovan McCrary. The group is constantly booked to perform at clubs and other private parties. They were also working on an album.

For his personal life, his first marriage to Juliette M. Vann was in 2005 but it only lasted for around a year. His second marriage was to author Karrine Steffans which lasted from 2009 to 2011; the marriage eventually ended with Darius allegedly abusing Steffans.

Full Name Darius McCrary
Net Worth $500,000
Date Of Birth May 1, 1976
Place Of Birth Walnut, California, U.S.
Height 6′ 3″ (1.91 m)
Profession Film and television actor, singer
Nationality American
Spouse Karrine Steffans (m. 2009–2011), Juliette Vann (m. 2005–2006)
Parents Howard McCrary
Siblings Donovan McCrary
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/iamdarius/?fref=nf
Twitter https://twitter.com/dariusmccrary?lang=en
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dariusmccrary/?hl=en
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0566902
Nominations Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Series (1993), Best Young Actor in a Motion Picture (1988, 1989)
Movies “Church and Steppin: The Movie” (1987), “Big Shots” (1987), “Family Matters” (1989-1998), “Transformers” (2007), “Big Shots” (2016), “The Young and the Restless” (2016)
TV Shows “I Get That A Lot”, “In-Laws from Hell”
# Fact
1 Appearing as Malcolm Winters on “The Young and the Restless” [December 2009]
2 Married his girlfriend Juliette that he knew for only four months in December 2005. She is a Las Vegas showgirl. The couple decided to separate in February 2006.
3 Only likes to eat healthy food. He joked that he only sees in orange because he drinks so much carrot juice.
4 Appeared in the 2003 Alayé calendar.
5 Is also a songwriter and a music producer.
6 Brother of Donovan McCrary


Title Year Status Character
Snowfall 2017 TV Movie filming Andre
Star 2016-2017 TV Series Lecann / Otis Leecan
Da Jammies 2015-2016 TV Series Principle Cransberry
Pitch 2016 TV Series Kevin
Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story 2016 Gerald Levert
Minority Report 2015 TV Series Aman Shale
The Leftovers 2015 TV Series Isaac Rayney
The Summoning 2015/II Drew
Reach Me 2014 Captain Hawkings
The King Assassin Show 2014 TV Series Eddie Winslow
Anger Management 2012-2013 TV Series Donovan
The Soul Man 2013 TV Series Patrice
Will a Man Rob God? 2013 Video Corey
24 Hour Love 2013 Vernon
Rizzoli & Isles 2012 TV Series TK
Houndz from Hell 2011 Extract
He’s Mine Not Yours 2011 William
The Perfect Gift 2011 Darren Smith
The Young and the Restless 2009-2011 TV Series Malcolm Winters
35 and Ticking 2011 Nick West
Church 2010 Daniel
Busted 2009 Tyrone
Saw VI 2009 Dave
Steppin: The Movie 2009 Sinis
Next Day Air 2009 Buddy
Cold Case 2009 TV Series Eric ‘Showtime’ Hynes
Star-ving 2009 TV Series
Mimi’s Place 2009 Short Officer friendly
The Life and Times of Marcus Felony Brown 2008 TV Movie Marcus ‘Felony’ Brown
Hood Hostages 2008 Video On his death bed
A Good Man Is Hard to Find 2008 Video Bruce
Transformers 2007 Jazz (voice)
Eve 2006 TV Series Jamal
Da Jammies 2006 Video short Dean Cransbury (voice)
Committed 2005 TV Series Bowie James
Dr. Vegas 2004 TV Series Stan
The Maintenance Man 2004 Video Malcolm Tremell
Girlfriends 2003 TV Series Antoine Childs
Kingpin 2003 TV Mini-Series Truck Thomas
Hostage 2002 Short FBI Commander
Vampires: Los Muertos 2002 Ray Collins
15 Minutes 2001 Detective Tommy Cullen
Kingdom Come 2001 Royce Slocumb
Freedom 2000-2001 TV Series James Barrett
Something to Sing About 2000 TV Movie Tommy
City of Angels 2000 TV Series
The Breaks 1999 Shaquan
Park Day 1998 Andre Simmons
The Infinite Power Workout 1997 TV Series Guest star
Don King: Only in America 1997 TV Movie Muhammad Ali
Kidz in the Wood 1996 TV Movie Tootooe
Moesha 1996 TV Series Dante Woodson
ABC TGIF 1990 TV Series Ed
Mississippi Burning 1988 Aaron Williams (as Daruis McCrary)
What’s Happening Now! 1988 TV Series Brian
Hooperman 1987 TV Series
Amen 1987 TV Series Darius Hughes
Big Shots 1987 Scam


Title Year Status Character
Where Have All the Fathers Gone 2015 Documentary executive producer
Church 2010 co-producer
Steppin: The Movie 2009 co-producer


Title Year Status Character
Something to Sing About 2000 TV Movie performer: “Blessed Assurance”, “We’re Marching to Zion”, “Take My Hand, Precious Lord”, “His Eye is on the Sparrow”, “Move Mountain”
Family Matters 1990 TV Series performer – 1 episode


Title Year Status Character
Family Matters 1997 TV Series story – 1 episode


Title Year Status Character
Through the Eyes of Faith 2017 Documentary post-production Himself
Fashion News Live 2014-2015 TV Series Himself
Zo What? Morning Show 2014 TV Series Himself – Celebrity Guest
Way Black When: Primetime 2011 TV Series Himself
2010 Soul Train Awards 2010 TV Special Himself
The 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards 2010 TV Special Himself
I Get That a Lot 2010 TV Series Himself
I’m Rick James 2009 Documentary Himself
Whatever Happened To? 2009 TV Series Himself
Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jumpoff 2009 Video documentary Himself
Straight from the Horses Mouth 2009 Video Himself
11-04-08: The Day of Change 2009 TV Movie Himself
101 Craziest TV Moments 2005 TV Movie documentary Himself
101 Even Bigger Celebrity Oops 2005 TV Movie documentary Himself
Ego Trip’s Race-O-Rama 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
Friendly Fire: Making an Urban Legend 2003 Video documentary short Himself (as Darius McCreary)
The Test 2001 TV Series Himself – Panelist
Soul Train 1996 TV Series documentary Himself – Guest Host
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards ’92 1992 TV Special Himself
The Marsha Warfield Show 1990 TV Series Himself

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1993 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Outstanding Young Comedian in a Television Series Family Matters (1989)
1991 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Series Family Matters (1989)
1990 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Series Family Matters (1989)
1989 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Mississippi Burning (1988)
1988 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy Big Shots (1987)

Known for movies

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