Big Boy Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, TV Shows, Movies, Menu and Net Worth

Big Boy whose real birth name is Kurt Alexander is an American radio host and actor. He was born on September 8, 1969 Chicago, Illinois U.S.

Big Boy Bio

Big Boy whose real birth name is Kurt Alexander is an American radio host and actor. He was born on September 8, 1969 Chicago, Illinois U.S.

Big Boy

His stage name derives from his formerly large build, which he modified through duodenal switch surgery in 2003, leading to a nearly fatal weight loss of over 250 pounds.
He has hosted the morning show at Los Angeles Rhythmic contemporary station KPWR (Power 106) From 1997 until his move in February 2015 to KRRL (Real 92.3).

Big Boy Age

He was born on September 8, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois. This has been his hood from his teenage life even before he could realise his ability asa radio personality.

Big Boy Height and Weight

He stands tall at an estimated height of about 6 feet 2 inches or 188 cm, which as an actor it fit his role and has an estimated body weight of 90 kg or 198.5 lbs.

Big Boy Family

Big’s parents details are not yet updated but it’s believed that his father has an African origin who moved to America during the world war. He has four sibling who are two sisters and two brothers.

Big Boy Education

He begun his elementary schooling while in Chicago afterwards while in High school he became DJ in school parties and that how his career begun and extinguished his academics.

Big Boy Wife

He married Veronica Alexander in the year that is not yet known after dating for a while. The couple are still happily married upto date with less controversies since they choose to keep their marriage private.Big Boy photo

Big Boy Net Worth

Biggy as an American radio host and an actor has an estimated net worth of $8 million dollars gained from his popularity.

Big Boy Career

Big Boy’s image became well known throughout the Greater Los Angeles Area in the late 1990s. However his first big break onto the national spotlight was when he was hired as the announcer on the Vibe TV talk show (named after the popular magazine) in 1998 hosted by comedian Sinbad. When the program ended, apparently he had media fans at the executive level because Big Boy, in the early 2000s, was offered a host position with Power 106 and was promoted by placing his 500-plus pound image onto billboards throughout the area.
He has been named Personality of the Year four times by the Radio Music Awards[citation needed] and three times by Radio and Records magazine. The National Association of Broadcasters awarded him the Marconi Award in 2002 and 2004. In September 2015 he was voted as an inductee to the 2015 National Radio Hall of Fame.
He has made cameo appearances in movies such as Malibu’s Most Wanted, Soul Plane, The Longest Yard, The Players Club, and Charlie’s Angels 2, and co-starred in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. Fox television signed Big Boy to co-star in the police drama Fastlane in the fall of 2002.
Also, he voiced himself in the 2005 Disney Channel Original Movie, The Proud Family Movie as a host of Wizard Kelly Radio. He has appeared numerous times on the hit HBO Entourage TV series.[5] He was also featured on the second episode of the VH1 reality series, I Love New York, hosting the “I Love New York Management”.[citation needed] Big Boy is in the development process for his own network sitcom and hosts his syndicated weekend show formerly called “Big Boy’s Hip Hop Spot.” He has performed on-air voice-overs on MTV’s reality game show Yo Momma.
He voiced the character Big Bear in the 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Big Boy is also an announcer along with set free in the 2002 video game Street Hoops. He is a radio host in the 2013 video game Grand Theft Auto V on the Radio Los Santos radio station.
In 2010, Big Boy and Power 106 were featured in the movie ‘Project X.’ During the end of the movie he talked about the party and made reference to Kanye West. On August 6, 2007, Big Boy signed a multi-year deal with ABC Radio Networks to syndicate the show, and his weekend show Big Boy’s Hip Hop Spot. The show launched nationally on August 20 and is also now called The Big Boy’s Neighborhood Morning Show.
On November 24, 2010, he made a special guest performance in Vicente Fernández’s concert at the Gibson Amphitheatre performing “Aca Entre Nos”.
In September 2010, Big Boy entered into film production via his production company, Ida’s Son Productions. The first film, Exit Strategy, is a romantic comedy centering on James (Jameeel Saleem) who is evicted from his apartment and forced to move in with his girlfriend of three months, Kim (Kimelia Weathers) and quickly discovers she’s not his type. When he enlists his friend Carville (Quincy ‘QDeezy’ Harris) and Leona (Noelle Balfour) to help him find an exit out of the relationship. Comedian Kevin Hart makes a cameo role.
On August 22, 2011, Luscious Liz Hernandez left Big Boy’s Radio and became a reporter for E! News.
On February 3, 2015, Emmis Communications filed a breach-of-contract suit against Big Boy after he accepted a $3.5 million contract with iHeartMedia and quit the KPWR morning show. iHeart owns crosstown Urban Contemporary station Real 92.3 KRRL. At KPWR, former nighttime host J. Cruz is now doing the morning show.
In March 2016, a year after he joined KRRL and iHeartMedia, his nationally-syndicated program was transferred to iHeart’s syndication division Premiere Networks from Westwood One. Beginning July 30, 2018, the show is also carried in a two-hour edited video form on the American cable network FM (Fuse Music).[9]

Big Boy TV Shows

  • Big Boy’s Neighborhood
  • Fastlane 2002 – 2003

Big Boy Movies

  • Dodge City 1939
  • Cowboy Holiday
  • The Desperadoes 1943
  • Santa Fe Trail (film)
  • A Star Is Born 1937
  • Cowboy and the Senorita
  • American Empire 1942
  • The Vigilantes Are Coming
  • Virginia City (film)
  • Lucky Star 1929
  • The Alamo 1960
  • Thunder Over Texas
  • Danger Trails
  • The Littlest Rebel
  • The Law of the 45’s
  • Springfield Rifle 1952
  • Hands Across the Border
  • Kelly the Second 1936
  • Powdersmoke Range
  • Heritage of the Desert 1932
  • Bad Lands 1939
  • The Bachelor Father 1931
  • Rafter Romance
  • Noah’s Ark 1928
  • You Only Live Once 1937
  • Station West 1948
  • The Fighting 69th
  • Cowboy Canteen
  • Dangerous Holiday
  • The Marines Are Here
  • Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga
  • Wagons Westward
  • Ladies of the Jury
  • Don’t Tell the Wife
  • The Phantom Broadcast 1933
  • Pardon Our Nerve
  • Legion of Lost Flyers
  • Singin’ in the Corn
  • Fugitive at Large
  • Big Boy Rides Again
  • Crashing Through Danger
  • Man in the Saddle 1951
  • Muss ’em Up 1936
  • The Man Who Walked Alone 1945
  • Mr. Wise Guy 1942
  • Liliom 1930
  • The Hired Gun 1957

Big Boy Personal Trainer/Menu

Biggy underwent a surgery where around 300 pounds was removed from his body In 2006. After the surgery, he has been maintaining his diet by eating healthy food.
He follows a diet of chicken, leafy green vegetables, and juice. He eats smaller portion meals and takes supplements like trace minerals, kidney extract, liquid vitamins, calcium, protein bars, and shakes.
Unfortunately he does not follow a strict workout routine or hits the gym regularly. Rather, he has taken up martial arts and chases his son around the house.