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|Birth date:||November 28, 1952|
|Birth place:||Saginaw, Michigan, United States|
|Height:||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
|Profession:||Actress, Director, Producer|
|Education:||Cooley High School, Wayne State University in Detroit|
|Spouse:||Toussaint Louverture Jones, Jr.|
|Awards:||NAACP Image Awards, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress (2005), Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress (2006), Screen Actors Guild Award, Obie Award, Helen Hayes Awards|
|Nominations:||Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters (Wayne State University)|
|Movies:||“The Rising Place” (2001), Radio” (2003), “Lackawanna Blues” (2005), “Black Snake Moan” (2006), “Splitstream” (2007), “Mother And Child” (2009)|
|TV shows:||“Pee-Wee’s Playhouse” (1986-1989), “Law & Order” (1993-2010), “Lackawanna Blues” (2005), “Girl, Positive” (2007), “She’s Gotta Have It” (1986), “Christmas At Pee-Wee’s Playhouse” (1988)|
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S. Epatha Merkerson Net Worth $5 Million
American actress S. Epatha Merkerson works for television, stage and movie, and has an estimated net worth of $5 million. She was born Sharon Epatha Merkerson on November 28, 1952 in Saginaw, Michigan. She is a grad of Cooley High School in 1970, later earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Wayne State University. In 1978, she started her NY theater career. Merkerson started her professional acting career on stage in NYC and later moved to movie and television. S. Epatha Merkerson became a household name as a cast of the long-running series Law & Order. She played the character of Anita van Buren on the show for sixteen seasons and became the longest-remaining cast member. Her part also holds the longest-running African American character on television. Using the end of Law and Order in 2010, Mekerson continued to appear in various film, television and theater projects. She also won a number of awards such as an Emmy, a Golden Globe, a SAG Award, an Obie, and four NAACP Image Awards, in addition to two Tony Award nominations. S. Epatha Merkerson became the host of Find Our Missing, a truth-enactment series on TV One in 2012. The show profiles missing people of color.