Malcolm Washington belongs to the Washington family, the family of Hollywood celebrities such as Denzel Washington, Pauletta Washington, John David Washington, Katia Washington, and Olivia Washington. [Malcolm Washington, Bio, Relationship] Malcolm Washington with his sister Katia Washington A versatile personality, Malcolm has contributed a lot in the Hollywood industry with his writing, directing, producing talent.
He came to the limelight after producing a short movie The Dispute in 2019. Here are some interesting quick facts about Malcolm Washington. Malcolm Washington is one of the four children of Denzel Washington, an Academy Award receiving actor, producer, and director.
Like his father, Malcolm is also into the direction. He is currently engaged in the directing department of a couple of movies. Malcolm Washington is popularly known as the son of a celebrated veteran actor, Denzel Washington.
However, Malcolm is working hard to make his name and was a top-rated basketball player during his colleges days.
Age and Body Measurement of Malcolm Washington
Talking about Malcolm's age, he is 31 years old. Moreover, he stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs about 75 kg.
Additionally, his black hair with dark brown eyes adds stars to his personality. But, we don't have any authentic information about his body statistics.
Malcolm Washington Childhood, Family and Education History
Malcolm Washington was born on April 10, 1991, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
He belongs to African ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Talking about his childhood, he grew up as a celebrity kid, as both of his father and mother, Denzel Washington and Pauletta Washington are the Hollywood celebrities.
Malcolm attended a private school in Los Angeles. Then, he moved to the University of Pennsylvania to continue his further studies. During his college days, he was very active in sports, especially basketball. [Malcolm Washington, Bio, Net Worth, Career] Malcolm, while playing Basketball.
Malcolm has three siblings, two sisters and a brother. Both of his sisters, Olivia Washington, and Katia Washington are pursuing a career in Hollywood. Olivia Washington is working as an actress movie are The Butler (2013), Mr.
Robot (2015) and The Comedian (2016). Whereas, Katia Washington started as an editorial production assistant and has worked as an associated producer, directorial assistant in the movies Django Unchained (2012), Fences (2016), The Birth of a Nation (2016).
And his brother, John Dave Washington is also in Hollywood as an actor and producer. Some of his movies are Malcolm X (1992), The Book of Eli (2010), Coco (2016), and Monster (2017).
Malcolm Washington: Professional Life and Career
Malcolm Washington was a fantastic basketball player during his college days.
He could have a promising career in basketball. However, he decided to not to continue a career in it. And soon after completing graduation in 2013 from college, he started showing interest in filmmaking as was indulged in directing department in a couple of films.
He has also directed a short movie in 2016 called “Benny Got Shot” in 2016. Also, he has also been a writer in the film. In the same year, he worked as the second unit director for the movie “Trouble Man”.
Earlier before that, he was also seen serving as a crew member for the movie “Chef”. Besides directing, he has done an admirable job in producing as well. Till present, he has produced two short movies: The Dispute in 2019 and Summer of 17 in 2017, which became popular among the audience.
Net Worth of Malcolm Washington
No information about Malcolm's net worth has been shared. However, his father, Denzel Washington has earned a net worth of over $220million and earns between $60-$80 million per annum. Likewise, his mother holds more than $2 million from her profession.
Although, multitalented Malcolm's money is not disclosed yet to the media, undoubtedly, he possesses a hefty amount of money and property.
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