Who is Kebe Dunn?
Kebe was born in the USA, but hasn’t disclosed her exact date of birth – it’s believed that she was born in the year 1975, and that her zodiac sign is Aries; she holds American nationality. She’s a bit of an actress, as she has three acting credits to her name, while she’s probably only known for being the wife of famous American actor and comedian Michael David Rapaport.
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Early life and education
Kebe was raised in the US by her parents about whom only a little is known, because she respects their privacy; it’s said that her father was a pianist, and that her mother was a dance instructor. Kebe hasn’t mentioned having any siblings, so most of her fans believe her to be an only child.
She became interested in acting while still attending a local elementary school, and was eight years old when she appeared in her first school play.
Kebe was into various other activities during her teenage years, as she played soccer, the piano and practiced creative writing.
She matriculated from a local high school in the first half of the ‘90s, and although she hasn’t spoken of her further education, some of her fans believe that she attended college, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1997.
Career as an actress
Kebe launched her acting career in 1997, when cast to play Tracy in the episode “Dee’s Baby Daddy” of the popular comedy series “The Wayans Bros.”, created by Leslie Ray, David Steven Simon and Marlon Wayans – Marlon starred in it with Shawn Wayans. It follows the lives of brothers Marlon and Shawn, as well as their father, the series aired from 1995 to 1999, and was nominated for a 1998 Blimp Award for Favorite Television Actor (for both Marlon and Shawn).
In 1999, Kebe played Kelsey in the episode “Hanging by a Dred” of the comedy series “Malcolm & Eddie” – her only other acting credit has been her portrayal of NBC Executive, in the 2009 episodes of “The Table Read” and “The Reunion” of the comedy series “Curb Your Enthusiasm”. It was created by Larry David, who also stars in it alongside Cheryl Hines and Jeff Garlin – the series follows the lives of Larry and his friends, has been airing since 2000, and has won 24 awards, including two Primetime Emmys, and has been nominated for 153 other awards.
Kebe worked as a casting assistant on the 1994 action fantasy horror movie “Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead”.
Love life and marriage with Michael Rapaport
Kebe and Michael haven’t spoken of how and when they met, but it’s widely believed that they were introduced by a mutual friend at a café in 2008.
They’d been together for around eight years when they married in 2016, in a private ceremony attended by only the closest of their friends and family members; Kebe and Michael don’t have children together.
She hasn’t spoken of any other men whom she has perhaps been with, while it’s widely known that Michael was married to American film writer and producer Nichole Beattie from 2000 to 2007; they have two sons together.
As of May 2022, Kebe’s married to Michael Rapaport, and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Kebe’s highly active on Instagram, and seems to be enjoying the attention which she’s receiving from her close to 4,000 followers; she’s uploaded nearly 1,000 pictures onto the network, but has made her account private, meaning that one has to become her follower to be able to see them.
She’s into travelling, and has been to various US states and European countries with her husband, mostly to keep him company while he’s shooting for his movies and TV series; Kebe’s dream travel destination seems to be Venice, Italy.
Kebe’s physically highly active, as she practices yoga on a daily basis, while she also has multiple training sessions at the gym every week.
She has her own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Matt Damon, Tom Hanks and Natalie Portman, while a couple of her favorite movie include “Saving Private Ryan”, “Good Will Hunting” and “Leon: The Professional”.
She’s a dog-lover, and has a pet dog.
Age, height and net worth
Kebe’s believed to be in her mid-40s. She has medium length curly brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).
As of May 2022, Kebe’s net worth stands at over $100,000, while her husband Michael’s net worth has been estimated at more than $12 million.
Who is her husband Michael?
Michael was born in New York City, USA on 20 March 1970 – his zodiac sign is Pisces, and he holds American nationality. He’s appeared in more than 120 movies and TV series, while he’s perhaps still known best for his portrayal of Tom Scoggins, one of the lead characters in the 1999 action adventure science fiction movie “Deep Blue Sea”. It was directed by Renny Harlin, also starred Thomas Jane and Samuel L. Jackson, and follows a group of scientists who are trying to cure Alzheimer’s disease on a remote island, while they’re now being hunted by three intelligent sharks; the movie won two of the six awards for which it was nominated.
Michael was raised in New York City alongside his brother Eric and older paternal half-sister Claudia Lonow, by their father David who was a radio executive, and his mother June Brody who was a radio personality. Michael’s parents eventually divorced, and his mother married co-owner of the comedy club The Improv – Mark Lonow.
Michael studied at Erasmus Hall High School, but was expelled for unknown reasons; he then enrolled at Martin Luther King High School, matriculating in 1989.
He moved to Los Angeles, California wanting to become a stand-up comedian, and his step-father let him perform at The Improv, which he did for over three years.
His debut TV series role was his portrayal of Kravits in the 1990 episode “One Small Step” of the historical war drama “China Beach”, and his debut film appearance was in the 1992 romantic drama “Zebrahead”.
Michael became somewhat popular in 1999, when he played Gary in four episodes of the critically acclaimed romantic comedy series “Friends”, created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, and which starred Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow (amongst others). It follows the lives of six friends, aired from 1994 to 2004, and won 83 awards, including six Primetime Emmys, while it was nominated for 220 other awards.
A couple of Michael’s most notable performances in the 2000s were in the 2002 action crime comedy movie “Paper Soldiers”, the comedy series “Boston Public”, which aired between 2000 and 2004, and the 2008 mystery crime comedy movie “Assassination of a High School President”.
Between 2017 and 2021, he played the supporting character Doug Gardner in the comedy series “Atypical”, created by Robia Rashid, and which starred Jennifer Jason Leigh, Keir Gilchrist and Brigette Lundy-Paine. It follows the autistic 18-year-old boy Sam, who has decided to find a girlfriend; the series won one of the eight awards for which it was nominated.
Michael’s most recent role has been his portrayal of Detective Kreps in a 2022 episode of the crime comedy series “Only Murders in the Building”.
He has won five of the 15 awards for which he has been nominated, including a 2012 Black Reel Award for Best Documentary, and a 2012 Producers Guild of America (PGA) Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures, both for “Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest”.