Samara Saraiva husband, biography, age, net worth, wiki, family and latest updates.
Samara Saraiva is a celebrity wife from the United States. She is famous as the wife of Damon Wayans Jr., an American actor, comedian, and writer. Damon is best recognized for his role as Brad Williams in the ABC sitcom Happy Endings.
Samara Saraiva: Biography and Profile Summary
Samara Saraiva was born in the United States of America and is a citizen of the country. Samara is of Caucasian ethnicity and practices Christianity. Although no information about her parents is available, she has two sisters, Villy Meneve and Maria Peres Horta. She may be a graduate, but she has not revealed this to the public.
|Full Name:||Samara Saraiva|
|Date Of Birth||26 February 1981|
|Age||41 years old|
|Birthplace||United States of America|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches (1.67 m)|
|Weight||60 kg (132 lbs)|
|Husband:||Damon Wayans Jr|
|Children:||3 (Berlyn, Lua and Maverick)|
|Stepdaughters:||2 (Aniya and Amara)|
|Sibling(s):||2 (Villy Meneve and Maria Peres Horta)|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
Samara Saraiva: Net Worth
Samara Saraiva has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2022. Her Husband, Damon Wayans Jr has an estimated net worth of $9 million.
Samara Saraiva: Age, Height and Weight
Samara Saraiva was born on 26 February 1981 and she is 41 years old. She is 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 m) tall and weighs 60 kg (132 lbs).
Samara Saraiva: Marriage
Samara Saraiva is married to actor and comedian, Damon Wayan Jr. She is the daughter-in-law of Damon Wayans and Lisa Thorner, both actors and comedians.
The couple married in 2016. Damon formerly dated TV personality Aja Metoyer, with whom he had two daughters, Aniya and Amara. Similarly, Samara lives in Huntington, Vermont, with her husband and two stepdaughters. The couple have one son, Maverick, and two daughters together, Berlyn and Lua.
Samara Saraiva: Career
Saraiva became well-known as the wife of actor and comedian Damon Wayans Jr. Damon is best recognized for his role as Brad Williams in the ABC sitcom Happy Endings. In addition, in 2012, he was nominated for the NAACP Image Awards and the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.