Shameik Moore

Shameik Moore

Overview: Shameik Moore Biography, Net Worth and Movies

Shameik Moore, born May 4, 1995, in Atlanta, Georgia, wasn’t your typical kid. While other children his age were playing on swings, Shameik was honing his skills in dance, music, and acting. His natural talent caught the eye of industry professionals early on, landing him roles in shows like “Tyler Perry‘s House of Payne” and “Incredible Crew.” But it was his 2015 breakout performance as Malcolm in the critically acclaimed film “Dope” that truly propelled him into the spotlight.

Moore‘s infectious energy and undeniable charisma soon transcended the big screen. He lent his voice to the beloved Miles Morales/Spider-Man in the Oscar-winning animated filmSpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” a role he continues to play in the ongoing sequel series. Beyond voice acting, Moore showcased his diverse skills in shows like “The Get Down” and “Wu-Tang: An American Saga,” proving his versatility as an artist.

Beyond acting, Moore‘s passion for music shines through. He’s released several mixtapes and albums, showcasing his talents as a rapper and R&B singer. Moore’s dedication to his craft, combined with his infectious charm and positive attitude, make him a rising star with endless possibilities ahead.

BornMay 4, 1995
Height5′ 6″ (1.78m)
Marital StatusUnmarried
ParentsFather(Errol Moore) and
Mother(Sharon Moore)

Shameik Moore Net Worth and Earnings

Shameik Moore‘s net worth of¬†$12 million, his successful acting career, lucrative voice-over work, and musical endeavors contribute significantly to his income. Shameik Moore derives his primary income from his prolific contributions to the realms of movies and television.

Shameik Moore Earnings From Movies

MovieRelease YearEarnings
Dope2015$2 million
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse2018$600,000 – $1 million
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One)2023$1 million – $2 million

Shameik Moore Awards

Critics’ Choice Movie Award2016Dope
Kids’ Choice Awards2019Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
NAACP Image Award2020Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse