|Date of Birth:||1965 December 24|
|Age:||52 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
|occupation||Actress, singer, Songwriter, Musician and Executive Producer.|
|spouse||Terry Crews (m. 1990)|
|education||Lew Wallace High School|
|place_of_birth||Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States|
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Rebecca King married to her long-term boyfriend Terry Crews, an actor and former American football player, in 1990.
Rebecca was born on 24th December 1965, to interracial parents in Benton Harbor, Michigan, the United States. She grew up in Gary, Indiana area and went to various schools. Rebecca King attended Lew Wallace High School.
While she was in her senior year in 1984, she was voted Miss Gary and crowned. She studied musical theater at Western Michigan University and began to perform regionally with various productions, plays, and musical acts. During her high school and college days, Rebecca appeared in numerous musical theater productions such as The Wiz, Oklahoma, Pippin, The Music Man, Evita, and much more.
Rebecca King also starred as Deena in a regional production of "Dreamgirls" for the Black Civic Theater. She created her own gospel group called "The Chosen Ones" where she worked as singer, songwriter, and producer.
This stunning actress has also been featured in several magazines such as Heart and Soul, Today’s Black Woman, Jet, Reality Magazine, and TV Guide. She is also known for her involvement in humanitarian and speaker of Christianity.
Her Christian upbringing and faith-based materials kept her from a lot of the pitfalls of fame and will certainly always play a role in her career and life. Over the years she requested to be in-charged of various charities for the Christian community. She did the job of the speaker in the Uniquely You Summit held in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and the Heart and Soul Awards which took place in Baltimore.
Besides, Rebecca King also hosted 'Well Done Awards ceremony' in The New York City, American Heart Association Campaign to End Stroke for honoring charitable works and Engle wood Baptist Church 15th Anniversary in Pensacola, Florida.
Rebecca Crews is the Executive Producer of her own hit reality series "The Family Crew." She briefly acted in a reality show about her lives, premiered on BET. However, in 2011 the show finished with no explanation.
On 8th July 2015, she released her debut single “Can I Stay"; the song serves as a dedication to “the Lord.” She will release her fourth upcoming album “secular, inspirational” soon.
Rebecca Crews is a happily married woman. She and her husband, Terry Crews has been married since 1990. Terry is an actor and former American football player. The couple has four children together named Azriel (born 1990), Tera (born 1999), and Winfrey (born 2004), and Isaiah (born 2007).
Rebecca Crews has one daughter from her previous relationship named, Naomi Burton-Crews, born in 1989. Naomi's biological father's name is Charles Burton. Rebecca Crews is the grandmother of Miley Crews from her daughter, Naomi Burton.
During an interview with S2S Magazine, Rebecca stated that she considered divorce from her husband, Terry. She describes herself as “angry and hurtful” to her husband. Rebecca disclosed that she and Terry were ninety days without having sex, which later helped them get closer than ever.
Rebecca earns a good sum of money in her career. This actress belongs to mixed ethnicity of Afro-American and holds an American nationality. Rebecca Crews, 51, is also active on social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram. She has a good sum of salary and earned her net worth through her acting career in films and television which adds up her current net worth of $ 20 million.