Amara Trinity Lawrence Wiki
Amara Trinity Lawrence is the daughter of Shamicka Gibbs and Martin Lawrence. She is well known as the daughter of celeb Martin Lawrence.
Amara Trinity Lawrence’s Father’s Biography
Her father Martin Lawrence is a renowned professional actor who was born in Frankfurt, Hesse, West Germany. Therefore her father became famous during the 1990s, establishing a Hollywood career as a leading actor, most notably in the Fox television sitcom Martin and the films House Party, Boomerang, Bad Boys, Wild Hogs,
Nothing to Lose, Blue Streak, Life, Big Momma’s House, and A Thin Line Between Love and Hate. Lawrence reprised his role as FBI agent Malcolm Turner in Big Mommas in 2011: Like Father, Like Son, the third film in the Big Momma series. During his stint with Def Comedy Jam, Lawrence appeared in his own hit series, Martin, which aired on Fox.
The show ran from 1992 to 1997 and was an enormous success. Martin was the flagship of Fox’s Thursday-night line-up, which drew millions of viewers away from NBC’s “Must See TV” line-up.
He hosted Saturday Night Live on February 19, 1994, where he made crude remarks about women’s genitalia and personal hygiene; the monologue was completely edited out of NBC reruns and syndicated versions, and Lawrence was banned from the show for life.
Martin’s ratings continued to skyrocket so much that Fox became more of a contender against NBC and came closer to being considered among the top television networks. After Martin ended its run in 1997, Lawrence found work in comedy films.
Lawrence often starred as the second lead opposite actors including Eddie Murphy, Danny DeVito, and Tim Robbins. Many of his films were blockbusters at the box office, including Nothing to Lose, Life, Blue Streak, and Big Momma’s House. He also starred in critical- and box-office failures, including Black Knight and National Security. Regardless, his salary steadily increased to over $10 million per film role.
He continues to work in film, with such films as Big Momma’s House 2, which opened at No. 1 at North American box office and grossed almost $28 million its first weekend, and Wild Hogs (2007), in which he played a bored suburbanite seeking adventure on the open road in a biker comedy alongside John Travolta, Tim Allen and William H. Macy.
In 2006, Lawrence appeared on Inside the Actors Studio, during which Lawrence briefly brought back to life some of the characters he had portrayed on Martin. Martin has also appeared in Open Season as Boog, one of the main characters of the film. The movie also starred Ashton Kutcher, Debra Messing, and Gary Sinise.