Wanda Sykes

Wanda Sykes, an American comedian, actress, writer, as well as a voice artist was first recognized for her work as the writer on the Chris Rock Show for which she has won Primetime Emmy Award in the year 1999. Talking about her personal life, she has already got married. She has married twice and divorce twice. At first, she was married to her then-husband Dave Hall with whom she exchanged her vows in 1991. Later, they got divorced in 1998.

After that, she remarried with her current husband Alex Niedbalski. The pair tied the vows in 2008 and since then, they are together. In addition to that, Sykes also has two children, a set of twins together with her second husband Alex. She gave birth to their kids on 27th April of 2009 whom the have named as Lucas Claude and Olivia Lou. Sykes stands at the average height of 5 feet and 2 inches that are 1.57 m.

Now, let’s find out some more information related to Sykes’ bio that has been obtained from different sources. She is the native of Portsmouth, Virginia, United States of America. She came into this world on 7th March of the year 1964 which has now made her reach the age of 52. She was raised up in Washington, D.C. area. She is the daughter of Harry Ellsworth Sykes and Marion Louise. Some of her TV credits include Alpha House, Blackish, MADtv, Drop Dead Diva, Animals and more.

Wanda Sykes has been active since years and it is sure that during these period, she has won numbers of the fans and followers in the career. Sykes has also more than hundreds of the followers on Facebook and Instagram account. She has also been active in a Twitter page and the link for that page is in which he got 234K followers. Besides, more details related to her bio, interview and family also can be obtained from different other sites. Additionally, she has also got the page on various sites such as Wikipedia and IMDb.

Wanda Sykes started her career in stand-up at the Coors light Super talent Showcase where Sykes performed in 1987 for the first time in front of live audience. Prior to that, she has been the outspoken supporter of Detroit’s Ruth Ellis Center after the staff of the organization sent him a letter asking to visit during her 2010 tour’s stop. Besides, she has also been nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys with one win in 1999 for Outstanding Writing for Variety, Music of Comedy Special. 

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