Who is Zahra Savannah Rock?
American celebrity child Zahra Savannah Rock was born under the zodiac sign Gemini on 22 May 2004, in Los Angeles, California USA. She’s perhaps only known for being a daughter of famous American comedian and actor Chris Rock.
Education and early life
Zahra was raised in Los Angeles, alongside her older sister Lola Simone Rock, by their father Chris and mother Malaak Compton-Rock, who’s an American businesswoman and philanthropist, perhaps known best for being the founder and director of the non-profit hair salon StyleWorks. Zahra’s parents divorced on 22 August 2016, after Chris admitted that he’d cheated on Malaak, and was addicted to pornography.
Zahra studied at a local high school in Los Angeles, and was into a couple of activities during her teenage years, as she took dance lessons, played the piano and appeared in a couple of school plays. She matriculated in 2022, and although she’s yet to speak about her further education, it’s widely believed that Zahra’s currently attending University of Southern California.
Zahra has only a single acting credit, playing a supporting character in the 2011 fantasy movie “Suing the Devil”, which starred Shannen Fields and Malcolm McDowell, and was written and directed by Timothy A. Chey; it follows a law student as he’s suing Satan for $8 trillion.
Love life and relationships
Zahra prefers to keep the details of her love life away from media, and is yet to mention whether or not she’s begun dating.
Some of her fans believe that she’s currently focused on her education and isn’t pursuing love, while others claim that her father’s perhaps not letting her date yet.
There are also those who believe that Zahra’s been in a relationship with her high school sweetheart for two years now, with some claiming to have seen the two spending time together in Los Angeles; no evidence has been provided to support these claims, nor has Zahra addressed the rumors.
There are also those who believe that she’s lesbian and is in a relationship with a non-celebrity American girl who can be seen featured in some of Zahra’s Instagram pictures, however, this hasn’t been confirmed either.
Zahra seems to be unattached as of October 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Zahra’s followed by more than 10,000 people on Instagram, and has posted 21 pictures onto the network, with most of these showing her spending time with her family and friends.
She loves summer, as she gets to sun tan at the beach with her sister, as well as to swim in the ocean and play beach sports.
Zahra’s into fashion and reads a number of fashion magazines every day; her dream is to be become a famous fashion designer.
She enjoys eating healthy foods, and although she’s not vegetarian, Zahra avoids eating meat; she’s a huge lover of animals, and her favorites are dogs.
Zahra likes to travel and has been to a couple of US states, mostly to keep her father company while he’s shooting for his movies and TV series.
Will Smith’s one of Zahra’s favorite actors, and some of her favorite movies are “I, Robot”, “Bad Boys” and “Men in Black”.
Appearance and net worth
Zahra’s age is 19. She has brown eyes and black hair, weighs around 100lbs (45kgs) and is 5ft (1.52m) tall.
Zahra doesn’t seem to have her own independent net worth as of October 2023, while her father Chris’ net worth’s been estimated at over $60 million.
Who is her father Chris Rock?
American actor, comedian and moviemaker Christopher Julius ‘Chris’ Rock was born under the zodiac sign Aquarius on 7 February 1965, in Andrews, South Carolina USA. He’s appeared in 86 movies and TV series, and is perhaps known best for starring as Andre Allen in the 2014 romantic comedy movie “Top Five”, which he also wrote and directed, and which co-starred Rosario Dawson and Gabrielle Union. It follows a comedian as he’s trying to become a serious actor, and the movie won five of its 26 award nominations.
Chris was raised in New York City alongside his younger sister and five younger brothers, by their father Julies who was a newspaper deliveryman and truck driver, and who died after ulcer surgery in 1988, and mother Rosalie (nee Tingman) who was a teacher and social worker. Chris was often bullied and beaten up by white students while growing up, and this led him to drop out of James Madison High School; he eventually took and passed his GED tests. He worked at various fast-food restaurants prior to launching his career as a comedian.
Chris’ comedic journey began in New York City in the 1980s; he gained recognition for his distinctive style, which blended humor with social and political commentary. His breakthrough came when he joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live” in 1990, as he became known for his memorable characters such as ‘Nat X’ and ‘I’m Chillin’.
In 1996, Chris’ career skyrocketed as he released his debut comedy special “Bring the Pain”; this groundbreaking special earned him critical acclaim and solidified his status as one of the best comedians in the industry, as well as earned him two Emmy Awards.
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Chris’ success in stand-up comedy led to opportunities in the film industry; he wrote and starred in the hit 1993 comedy movie “CB4”, while he then went on to appear in a number of successful movies, such as the 1998 “Lethal Weapon 4”, the 1999 “Dogma”, and in 2000 “Nurse Betty”. One of his most notable roles came in 2001, when cast to voice one the lead characters Marty the Zebra in the animated movie “Madagascar”.
In addition to his film work, Chris continued to release critically acclaimed comedy specials, including the 1999 “Bigger & Blacker”, the 2004 “Never Scared”, and the 2008 “Kill the Messenger”, which tackled race, politics and cultural issues with a mix of humor and brutal honesty.
Chris’ talents extend beyond comedy and acting as he’s also made a name for himself as a screenwriter, producer and director; in 2014, he wrote, directed and starred in the comedy movie “Top Five”, which explores fame and personal identity in the entertainment industry.
Chris has received numerous awards and accolades, including four Emmys, three Grammies and several MTV Awards. In recent years, he’s remained active in both comedy and acting; he returned to “Saturday Night Live” as a host, and released a new Netflix comedy special “Tamborin” in 2018. He’s also continued to act in a variety of movies and TV series, most recently voicing Kitty in the 2023 animated action adventure “PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie”.