Winston Duke is an American actor who rose to immense popularity from his hard work in the box office hits movies like Black Panther, Avengers: Endgame, and Us. Most recently, Winston portrayed the recurring role of Hawk in the Netflix film, Spenser Confidential. Been working as a professional actor since 2014, 33-years old, Winston contributed to theater as well as a commercial project.
Moreover, he has started his career as a theater work in his home country of Trinidad and Tobago. Furthermore, the talented actor has also signed a contract with the new series Swagger. Without further delay, let us dig a little deeper and see what we know about Winston Duke.
Who is Winston Duke dating?
The Trinidadian actor who skyrocketed to fame after being cast within the Marvel Cinematic Universe as M’Baku, as seen in Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, is currently in a romantic relationship. According to his Instagram profile, the actor is in a loving relationship with his girlfriend, Michele Kumi Baer. Winston Duke’s girlfriend Michele Kumi Baer is half-Asian/half-white.
The beautiful couple often uploads their pictures on their social media account. However, it is still unclear how long they have been together. According to online resources, the couple started dating from November 2015. In addition to this, Michele works as social justice and a philanthropy project director at Race Forward.
How Much is Winston Duke’s Net Worth; Know About His Income Sources
The talented actor, Winston Duke’s net worth is estimated at $7 million as of 2020. And talking about his source of income, he amassed this net worth from his acting career. Professional since 2014, the star has gathered a hefty amount of wealth in his fortune.
Subsequently, he has worked in the movies which have grossed billions. Winston portrayed a recurring role in the film, Black Panther, which grossed over $1.34 billion in the box office. Besides, he also appeared in the movies like Avenger: Infinity War, End Game, and Us. Recently, he appeared in the Netflix movie, Spenser Confidential.
Following on Winston’s acting career, it all started with his performance in theater production. Winston began his career by appearing in the theater production in his home country Trinidad and Tobago. Afterward, moving to the United States, he started appearing on numerous television shows.
Winston Duke Acting Career
Duke appeared on the television show Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as a guest actor. At the same time, he worked with Michelle Hurd and Mariska Hargitay. Likewise, Winston portrayed the role of Dominic Besson in the television series Person of Interest, which released in 2014.
Apart from this, Winston portrayed his recurring role in the television series like The Messengers, Major Crimes, An Echo in the Bone, and Modern Family.
Winston Duke Movies
Duke made his film debut in the Hollywood blockbuster hit movie, Black Panther. He starred in Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers Endgame as M’Baku. Additionally, Duke started to become audience favorite after his splendid performance in horror film Us. Similarly, he also appeared alongside Mark Wahlberg in the Netflix thriller Spenser Confidential.
After appearing in a couple of Hollywood hit movies, Duke is enjoying his lavish lifestyle. In 2019, Winston bought a house in Los Angeles. Although he did not reveal the exact amount of the house, we can assure that the price ranges for somewhat of the 7-digit figure.
Along with the extravagant house, he also wears extortionate clothes.
Winston Duke Early Life, Parents, Education
Winston Duke took birth to the mother Cora Pantin in Argyle, Trinidad, and Tobago on 15th November 1986. The information regarding his father is not known. Besides, he was raised by a single mother. Furthermore, Winston spent his childhood living in his home town alongside his young sister, Cindy Duke.
At the age of 9, Winston, alongside his family member, moved to the United States. Following his educational background, he completed his graduation from Brighton High School in New York. Later, he enrolled at Yale School of Drama and received a Master of Fine Arts in 2013.