Charles Malik Whitfield is an American actor who is known for his appearances in The Temptations as Otis Williams (1998), Fresh as Smokey (1994), Behind Enemy Lines as Rodway (2001), and Notorious as Wayne (2009).  

How old is Charles Malik Whitfield?

Charles Malik Whitfield was born under the birth sign Leo on August 1, 1972, in The Bronx, New York. So, as of early 2021, he is 48 years old. He belongs to white-American ethnicity and holds an American nationality.  

He is the son of  Charles Whitfield Sr and Florrie Whitfield.

Involved in Drug At the Young Age

Malik was involved in drugs while he was in his early teenage days. During an interview with some of the renowned tabloid source, he said:  

“I came up through the journey of selling drugs. I made my first million dollars at age 14. It’s not something I’m proud of, but it’s an unfortunate part of my past.”

What is Charles Malik Whitfield’s Relationship Status?

Aged 48, Charles Malik Whitfield is in romantic relationship with lady named Rosie Morales. Well the pair seems to have been married as the lady has preferred to writer her last name as a “Whitfield” on her Instagram. However the pair has not confirmed about it publicly.

Whitfield has mostly flaunted his love and feeling for his lady love time and gain in his social media platform. Even he has credit her for elevating his life.

Previously he was married to Tiqua Meed with whom he has shared two kids. However, the detail on their relationship and failed marriage is yet to be disclosed.

Collected $1 Million Worth From Acting Career

Charles Malik Whitfield has a net worth of $1 million which he has collected from his career as a actor.

Charles Malik Whitfield started his career as a actor back in 1986 after appearing in ABC Daytime soap opera, One Life to Live. Folling this, he worked in series such as , Fresh, New York Undercover, Touched by an Angel, and LateLine

His career got notable after he was cast as the lead character Otis Williams in the television miniseries, The Temptations. In the series, he shared the screen with D.B. Woodside, Bianca Lawson, Tina Lifford, and others. For his role, he was nominated for an NAACP Image Award. 

Also, he has made guest appearances in TV series such as The Game, Rizzoli & Isles, Body of Proof, CSI: Miami, Castle, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Good Wife, and Scorpion. Some of his notable work includes The Game, The Night Shift, If Loving You Is Wrong, The Patrolman.

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