|Date of Birth||March 8, 1979 (Age: 43)|
|Place of Birth||California|
Wayne Chaney was born on March 8, 1979 in California. A sound revelatory teacher, preacher, transition expert, progressive thinker, and prophetic voice, he is currently serving as the senior pastor of Antioch Church of Long Beach. He has a recurring role on the critically acclaimed series Preachers of LA, which airs on Oxygen.
He was the youngest person in the organization’s history to serve in both capacities, having formerly held the positions of President of the California National African American Network, SBC and Board Member of the National African American Network. In addition, he was the first African American to hold both positions. He was recognised as one of the city’s Ten Most Powerful People by the Long Beach Post and appeared on the cover of Church Executive Magazine. He shares his home with his wife, Myesha Chaney, and together they have three children: Wayne III, Reign, and Cadence. He comes from a long lineage of pastors, professors, and preachers, since he is the grandson of the late Dr. T.M. Chambers, Sr. as well as the late Rev. Joe Chaney, Jr.
Wayne Chaney is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $5 million. Chaney is best known for his role as Uncle Junior on the hit TV show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. He has also appeared in films such as I’m Gonna Git You Sucka and Friday.
Wife and Family
Her name is Coleen Chaney and she is Wayne’s second wife. They married in 1992 and have two children together, Wayne Jr. and Cassidy. She is a stay-at-home mom and is very involved in her children’s lives. She is also very supportive of her husband’s career and is often seen at his side at events.