Gbenga Akinnagbe Net Worth

 Gbenga Akinnagbe Net Worth


Gbenga Akinnagbe is an actor, film producer, entrepreneur, and activist. Akinnagbe is widely recognized for his role as Chris Partlow on the HBO series The Wire. Gbenga currently portrays the role of Larry Brown in the HBO drama series The Deuce. Akinnagbe has not only received the love of fans but also earned massive name and fame in the field of Hollywood industry.

Caption: Gbenga Akinnagbeand his white Nissan March Car

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Akinnagbe has an estimated net worth of $1 million except his real estate properties.  Akinagbe’s primary source of income is his career as an actor and entrepreneur.  Gbenga has produced an American drama film Knucklehead in the year 2015. Gbenga had a leading role in 2007 comedy-drama film The Savages, which had a budget of $9 million and grossed $6,426,953 at the box office.

Gbenga is paid above $35, 000 per episode by HBO as a salary. In terms of his assets and goodwill properties, Gbenga owns pearl white Nissan March car which costs somewhere around $7, 691. Akinnagbe spends money in traveling and vacationing in Cerritos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Gbenga Akinnagbe: Charitable Person

Gbenga is a philanthropic personality as well. He is a founder of Liberated People and Enitan Vintage. He is a supporter of black and brown youth. He is involved in a sale of “Our Son Trayvon” Hoodie with 15% of all sales that will go directly to the Trayvon Martin Foundation.


Humanize black and brown youth. They are all our children.

"Our Son Trayvon" Hoodie - 15 % of all sales will go directly to the Trayvon Martin Foundation. /goto.php?site=https://t.co/KDK6J0gPh5

— Gbenga Akinnagbe (@GbengaAkinnagbe) December 9, 2017

Believe it or not, Akkinagbe is the owner of Liberated People company established with the aim to raise money for Trayvon Martin Foundation, Planned Parenthood, and Black Women’s Blueprint. In leisure, Gbenga visits a store in Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn based on Multimedia cultural art installation in cooperation with Weeksville Heritage Center, designed by himself.

Moreover, Gbenga Akinnagbe has been writing professionally for many years. In general, two of his articles have been published in the “New York Times” pages. Gbenga’s famous articles include personal tales of traveling to climb the Himalayas as well as undergoing surgery to improve a medical issue.

Short Bio/ wiki of Gbenga Akinnagbe

Gbenga Akinnagbe was born on 12th December 1978 in Washington DC, US, oldest of six children. Gbenga was brought up in Silver Spring, Maryland by his Nigerian parents. He went to Colonel Zadok A. Magruder High School in Rockville, Maryland.

Akinnagbe had a disturbing childhood prior to establishing a striving scholarship to Bucknell University in Pennsylvania majoring in Political Science and English. Gbenga is a cousin of rapper Wale also known as Olubowale Victor Akintimehin and the two of them have Nigerian roots.