Marques Houston Bio, Age, Mother, Wife, Brother, Net Worth, TV Shows

Marques Houston Biography

Marques Houston is an R&B singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer from the United States. Houston, who was a member of the R&B group Immature/IMx from 1990 to 2001, went solo in 2003. He is best known for his portrayal of the television sitcom Sister, Sister.


How old is Marques Houston? – Age

He is 39 years old as of 4 August 2020. He was born Marques Barrett Houston in 1981 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Marques Houston Family

Marques is the son of Michael and Carolyn Houston. He is also the older cousin of B2K’s J-Boog. His mother died from lymphoma in 1997.

Who is Marques Houston Wife?

Houston publicly announced their relationship in March 2010 on the occasion of their second anniversary on his Twitter page. Houston proposed to Miya Dickey in March 2019. The couple on August 24, 2020, at Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona, California.  Houston was previously linked to singer Jamila “Mila J” Chilombo and My Wife and Kids actress Jennifer Freeman, with whom he co-starred in the 2004 film You Got Served. Rumors circulated in 2007 that Freeman and Houston were engaged, but the pair split up a few years later. He was dating Marlena Campbell in 2008.

Is Marques Houston Omarion brother?

Marques is Omarion’s “like” brother, but they are not biological siblings.

What is Marques Houston’s Net Worth?

He has an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars.

Marques Houston Good Burger

He was cast as Jake, Dexter’s schoolmate in the 1997 American comedy film Good Burger.


Sloppy slacker Dexter Reed goes for a joyride in his mother’s car and ends up in a car crash with his instructor. Dexter is in danger of going to jail because he lacks a driver’s license, money, and car insurance. He ends up drowning his sorrows with milkshakes at Good Burger after being fired from the fresh and soon-to-open Mondo Burger for trying the patience of the owner and manager, Kurt Bozwell. Dexter is on the verge of giving up when he encounters and reluctantly befriends Ed, the multi-tasking cashier, who is plain and absent-minded yet charming and lovable.

Dexter and Ed are Decent Burger employees who discover Dexter’s shady money sabotage on Ed. Ed and Dexter become suspicious when a dog refuses to eat a discarded Mondo Burger in favor of a discarded Good Burger and decide to investigate. They discover that the burgers have been chemically enriched with Triampathol, a prohibited food additive. Kurt has them sent to the Demented Hills asylum in order to prevent them from exposing their wrongdoing. Otis, an elderly employee sleeping on the premises, catches them red-handed, prompting Kurt to commit him as well.

Marques Houston Sister, Sister

He appeared as Roger Evans, Tia and Tamera’s nerdy annoying neighbor and friend in the American television sitcom Sister, Sister.


Tia Landry is an articulate twin from Detroit’s inner city, and her adoptive mother Lisa is a seamstress. Tamera Campbell is the boy-crazy twin from the suburbs, where her adoptive father Ray owns a prosperous limousine company. The twins meet their biological father, Matt Sullivan, in the sixth-season episode “Father’s Day,” a white popular photojournalist who never married their mother, Racelle Gavin, because they never had the chance. Matt wasn’t allowed to see the girls after she died because he couldn’t prove he was their father, and when he later looked for them, he never found them because they had been adopted separately. Tia and Tamera have found steady boyfriends.

Marques Houston Music

Houston is a co-founder of the R&B collective Immature Houston began pursuing a solo career in 2003. On October 21, 2003, he released his debut album, MH, under his birth name, Marques Houston. MH peaked at number 20 on the Billboard 200 and number 5 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in the United States. On May 24, 2005, Houston released his second solo album, Naked. On September 29, 2009, Veteran debuted at number one, followed by Mr. Houston. Mattress Music, Houston’s fifth studio album, debuted at number one in 2010. On 106 & Park, Houston revealed that IMx intended to record another group album together in 2011.

Before disbanding in 2002, the band recorded songs for the soundtracks of the films House Party 3 and House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute. 36Marques Houston revealed in October 2012 that his latest studio album, Popular, would be released on August 27. “Give Your Love a Chance,” featuring Dilemma, was the album’s first single. Houston reunited with IMx and went on tour, as well as releasing a new song, “Let Me Find Out,” in late 2014. The following year, he released “Need You,” a new solo single from the soundtrack of his film Will to Love. He wrote three new songs for the film ‘Til Death Do Us Part.’

Marques Houston TV Shows

♦ 1993 – A Different World
♦ 1996 – Family Matters
♦ 1994–1999 – Sister, Sister
♦ 2003 – Rock Me Baby
♦ 2003 – American Dreams
♦ 2004, 2006 – One on One
♦ 2005–2006 – Cuts
♦ 2015 – Will to Love
♦ 2019—present – Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood
♦ 2020—present – Howard High

Marques Houston Movies

♦ 1992 – Bébé’s Kids
♦ 1994 – House Party 3
♦ 1997 – Good Burger
♦ 2001 – House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute
♦ 2004 – You Got Served
♦ 2007 – Somebody Help Me
♦ 2010 – Boogie Town
♦ 2012 – Battlefield America
♦ 2016 – A Weekend with the Family