Mark Curry Gay Rumors: Family Of Once Married Actor, Garcelle Is Wife?
The television actor, Mark Curry is often confused with the American gay comedian, Mark Curry who married his ten years long partner in 2008.
Eliminating the confusion about two popular Mark Curry, the black American native Mark Curry is a family man who shares two children with his partner. Both an actor and comedian, Mark has appeared in numerous TV shows including The Drew Cary Show and Fat Actress.
He has hosted and performed in many stand-ups comic clubs across the country, however when it comes to his personal life, he has not uttered anything about his wife. Though he flaunts his family life with his children on social media, he has not disclosed much information about his family life!
On-screen Wife On Social Media: "See Dad Run"
The 57 aged actors portrayed the role of Marcus Barnes in the American series See Dad Run back in 2012. Though he has not much talked about real- his married life, he seemed to enjoy the marital bliss on-screen.
Hinting on his exciting married life on the series See Dad Run, he took to Instagram in 2014 sharing the picture from the set where he asked his followers to watch the series to find out his on-screen wife. He captioned the picture:
"Watch" SEE DAD RUN" and see who Plays my Wife this is a funny show !Nick 8pm sun"
Mark Curry announces about his on-screen wife (Photo: Marcus Curry's Instagram)
In the series, the actress Wendy Raquel Robinson portrayed the role of the on-screen wife of Mark's character.
Family Life: Doting Husband And Father
Beside his relevant on-screen family life, Marcus is a doting husband and a father too in real life. Similar to exaggerating about the on-screen family life to his followers on Instagram, he seems to hide his family life in real life.
Keeping his lips tight about his married life, he has reportedly got married to Haitian-American actress Garcelle Beauvais.
His reported wife is known for her acting credits on WB's TV series, The Jamie Foxx Show where she portrayed the character of hotel employee Francesca "Fancy" Monroe from 1996 to 2001 and also played the role of Valerie Heywood on the ABC crime drama NYPD Blue.
Though the couple has not openly talked about their married life, they starred on the series, The Jamie Foxx Show where he guest starred as Sgt. Easy. Similarly, from his married life, he has two children, both daughters Gigi and Camillia.
On the 15th birthday of his daughter, he shared the video with her daughter where the father-daughter duo was enjoying the meal, and also he introduced her daughter to his followers. The happiest father who seems excited about her daughter's 15th birthday discussed the gift to give her daughter.
Mark Curry with daughter Gigi on her 15th Birthday (Photo: Mark Curry's Instagram)
However, he could not be able to see his daughter aged to 15 if he had lost the hope to live in 2006 after aerosol explode burning the 20 percent of his body. He was barely breathing when he was rushed to the hospital, and after spending the three days in a medically-induced coma, his condition improved.
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After the incident which almost took his life, he told that he is using the incident to fuel up his performance and since that day, he has been writing. He told in an interview in 2010 with MLive:
“I’m using this as fuel. That first day, I said ‘bring me a notebook,’ and I’ve been writing ever since.”
Undoubtedly, his second-degree burn was difficult to recover, and there was also a moment when the suicidal thought striked on his mind.
Besides his family stood as a rock of motivation, he regained the strength after reading the late bi-sexual comedian Richard Pryor's autobiography which talked about Richard's accident which burned his several body parts.
After getting inspired from the legend comedian, the $5 million net worth handler made his stand-up debut in Oakland and turned to be the city's most famous and sought comedian. Also, the 57 aged comedian's fellow comedian friends, David Alan Grier, Damon Wayans, and David Adkins were of great help who worked as the source of inspiration for him.
As of today, he holds a special position in the world of comedy and 2008's event Laffapaloolza, the fatal truck accident survivor comedian Tracy Morgan honored his skill referring him as “one of the greatest names in comedy” and “a comedian extraordinaire.”