Who’s Lamman Rucker from “Meet the Browns”? Bio: Wife, Fiance, Family

• Lamman Rucker is an actor born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with a net worth of $2.5 million
• He grew up in the Washington, DC area and was exposed to a lot of child pageants, which developed his interest in acting
• He has made numerous appearances in TV soap operas and films since the late ’90s
• He is married to Kelly Davis and has previously been in a relationship with Jill Scott
• He is active on social media, promoting his upcoming projects and personal pictures of family and friends

Known for movies

Short Info

Net Worth $2.5 million
Date Of Birth October 6, 1971
Fact “All of Us” – TV show/UPN September 28, 2004 & October 5, 2004 [October 2004]

Who is Lamman Rucker?

Lamman Rucker was born on 6 October 1971, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, and is an actor, best known from appearances in numerous TV soap operas, including “As the World Turns”, and “All My Children”. He’s also appeared in a number of films throughout his career since the late ‘90s.

The Riches of Lamman Rucker

How rich is Lamman Rucker? As of mid-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $2.5 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. He’s also had short film projects and as he continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings

Lamman has ancestry from Barbados, and while born in Pittsburgh, he grew up in the Washington, DC area and was accustomed to having a big family with extended family just nearby. He had a lot of support growing up, and as a child was exposed to a lot of child pageants, which developed his interest in acting. During fourth grade, he experienced his first acting role as a part of a school production.

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He joined his school’s drama club, and then attended the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C. After matriculating, he studied at Carnegie-Mellon University and at Duquesne University. After graduating, he started his professional acting career by appearing in support roles in television shows, before in 2002 getting his first major role in the CBS daytime soap opera entitled “As the World Turns” in the role of attorney T. Marshall Travers, often appearing opposite Tamara Tunie. “As the World Turns” is one of the longest running shows on the network, and he stayed in the series for a year before moving to other endeavors.

Acting Career

Rucker was cast in another soap opera in 2005 – entitled “All My Children” – in which he played the role of Garret Williams; the series is another long running soap opera that has had numerous cast members over the years. Concurrently, Lamman also had recurring roles in “All of Us” and “Half & Half” – one of the most watched sitcoms on the UPN network.

Eventually, Rucker would find a lot of work in films by Tyler Perry – in 2007, he was a co-star of “Why Did I Get Married?”, a comedy-drama film starring Janet Jackson, and Jill Scott with the story focused on the difficulty of maintaining relationships in modern times. He then reprised his role in the film’s sequel three years later, entitled “Why Did I Get Married Too?” He also played Will Brown in the film “Meet the Browns”, which led him to reprised his role in the “Meet the Browns” sitcom, which would run from 2009 to 2011.

Later Work

Lamman was cast in the comedy series “Save Me”, but only appeared in the pilot episode, then continued with support roles in both films and television shows. He was also given a regular role in the drama series “South of Hell” in 2015, appearing opposite Mena Suvari. The supernatural horror show focused on demon hunters for hire, and ran for just one season of eight episodes. One of his latest projects is the drama series entitled “Greenleaf’ on the Oprah Winfrey Network, in which he plays one of the leads, Jacob Greenleaf, and which follows the world of the Greenleaf family often filled with lies and secrets.

Personal Life and Social Media

For his personal life, it is known that Rucker is married to Kelly Davis though very little information is known about their relationship as Rucker tends to keep his private affairs away from the media. He was known to previously be in a relationship with Jill Scott. He also tried his hand once at business, creating his own skin care line alongside attorney E. Lindsey Maxwell.

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Similar to numerous actors in the industry, Rucker is very active online through social media. He has accounts associated with Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, which he uses to help promote his upcoming projects, mostly consisting of new episodes of the show “Greenleaf”. He also has photos behind the scenes with his co-stars. His Facebook does similar work to his Twitter account in that it promotes a lot of upcoming episodes of “Greenleaf”. He’s also posted some events he was or is going to be a part of. He also showcases a lot of personal pictures of family and friends.

General Info

Full Name Lamman Rucker
Net Worth $2.5 million
Date Of Birth October 6, 1971
Height 1.9 m
Profession Film producer, Actor
Education Duke Ellington School of the Arts
Nationality American


Parents Eric Rucker, Malaya Rucker


Nominations NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Movies Why Did I Get Married?, The Man in 3B, Why Did I Get Married Too?, Meet the Browns, N-Secure, Black Coffee, I’m Through with White Girls, The Under Shepherd, The Greatest Song, The Bachelor Party, First Impression
TV Shows Save Me, Meet the Browns, Greenleaf

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# Fact
1 “Law & Order” Original series (NBC). Top-of-show Guest Star as Sports Agent, Reggie Uggams in controversial episode entitled “The Sixth Man”. [February 2005]
2 “All of Us” – TV show/UPN September 28, 2004 & October 5, 2004 [October 2004]




Title Year Status Character
No More Mr Nice Guy 2017 post-production Bruce Wright
Greenleaf 2016-2017 TV Series Jacob Greenleaf
Service to Man 2016 Dr. Johnson
Plenty 2016 TV Movie William Foster
South of Hell 2015 TV Series Elijah Bledsoe
The Man in 3B 2015 Darryl Graham
Love Won’t Let Me Wait 2015 Roger
First Impression 2014 Vernon Richardson
Where’s the Love? 2014 TV Movie Sebastian
Black Coffee 2014 Hill
Save Me 2013 TV Series Dr. John Wilkins (as Lamon Rucker)
Sugar Mommas 2012 TV Movie
The Undershepherd 2012 Roland
Meet the Browns 2009-2011 TV Series Will / Will Brown / Dr. Will Brown
The Bachelor Party 2011 Video Lance
Single Ladies 2011 TV Series Teddy
N-Secure 2010 Isaac Roberts
Why Did I Get Married Too? 2010 Troy
The Greatest Song 2009 Trent Major
Words Unspoken 2009 Vaughn
Jump the Broom: A Musical 2009 Short Shamar
Ball Don’t Lie 2008 Trey
Meet the Browns 2008 Will
Why Did I Get Married? 2007 Sheriff Troy
House of Payne 2007 TV Series Will
I’m Through with White Girls (The Inevitable Undoing of Jay Brooks) 2007 Drake Moore
The Commission 2007 Short Judge Harold Couch
Let’s Talk 2006 Short Maurice
Half & Half 2005-2006 TV Series Chase
All My Children 2005 TV Series Garret Williams
Redirect 2005 Short Bobby
Law & Order 2005 TV Series Reggie Uggams
All of Us 2004 TV Series Rick Harris
As the World Turns 2003 TV Series T. Marshall Travers
Making Revolution 2003 Michael Suliman
The Young and the Restless 1998 TV Series Flight Agent #3
The Temptations 1998 TV Series Jimmy Ruffin


Title Year Status Character
Service to Man 2016 associate producer
The Man in 3B 2015 associate producer
First Impression 2014 producer
Agoraphobia 2012/II Short executive producer
The Greatest Song 2009 producer

Music Department

Title Year Status Character
Let’s Talk 2006 Short music supervisor


Title Year Status Character
Jump the Broom: A Musical 2009 Short voice performer


Title Year Status Character
Bleaching Black Culture 2014 Documentary Actor
Empower Me Tour 2012 Short Himself
The Wendy Williams Show 2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
2010 Soul Train Awards 2010 TV Special Himself
The Mo’Nique Show 2010 TV Series Himself
The Tyler Perry Show 2010 TV Series Himself
Straight from the Horses Mouth 2009 Video Himself
14th Annual Inner City Destiny Awards 2006 Video Himself – Presenter
The 29th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards 2002 TV Special Himself


Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2011 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Meet the Browns (2009)
2010 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Meet the Browns (2009)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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