Los Angeles native Marcus Scribner is best known for starring as Andre Johnson Jr. on the ABC sitcom, Black-ish and voicing the character Bow in the critically acclaimed Netflix animated series, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.
He also serves as an ambassador of Defend Our Future, a project of the Environmental Defense Fund which empowers young people of all political persuasions, who are interested in advancing climate change and clean energy solutions.
Moreover, to protect Africa's beautiful animals, Marcus serves as the Chief Youth Innovator for the Reserve Protection Agency in South Africa.
Marcus Scribner's Wiki: Family, Age & Ethnicity
It was on 7 January 2000 when Marcus Scribner was born in the same hospital as his mother at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His name Marcus is derived from Roman and Greek mythology, like his father Troy and his sister Athena.
Marcus Scribner wishes his father Troy on Father Day on 18 June 2018 (Photo: Marcus Scribner's Instagram)
Marcus, age 19, embraces 75% African-American and 25% English ethnicity. His father's family is from Los Angeles while his maternal grandmother is from England.
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For his education, he attended Elementary School, where most of the kids were Jewish, and he was timid during that time. Later, he studied at public high school in 2014 but soon enrolled in home school to accommodate his work schedule in 2015.
Just at age 19, Marcus has reached a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 meters).
Is Marcus Gay Or Dating Girlfriend?
Even though Marcus' family details are as open as his career, his love is still behind the curtains. There is no report of Marcus dating anyone or any news of the actor being linked with any girl, who can be considered as his girlfriend. His dating life has been notoriously quiet but considering his young age, it can be understood that he might be more focused on his career than love life.
Meanwhile, his single status does not describe his sexuality, so it cannot be assumed if he might be gay.
However, his on-screen character in Black-ish was in a relationship with a white blonde girl, who was played by Annelise Grace. Marcus' onscreen bi-racial relationship was a subject of the series as his mother struggled to deal with her mixed racial identity.
But beyond the screen, Marcus seems to be single and still working on growing his career as an actor.
Career & Net Worth
The young actor booked his first guest-role on the ABC crime dramedy, Castle. After that, he appeared in episodes of the FOX hit show, New Girl, TBS' Wedding Band, and Nickelodeon's Wendell & Vinnie.
Later, he got the chance to cast in the popular ABC sitcom, Black-ish as Andre Johnson Jr. It was a big deal and a career turning point for him. For the role, he received an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy.
As an actor, Marcus draws an average salary of $50K per movie, and at such a young age, he might have made millions of net worth.