Sulayman | Bio, Age, Net Worth, Height |
Sulayman became famous as the first child of Dave and Elaine Mendoza Erfe. His dad also depicted his acting talents in movies such as Robin Hood: Men in Tights, The Nutty Professor, and Con Air.
Sulayman: Bio, Age, Nationality, Family
Sulayman Chappelle was born in Ohio to Dave Chappelle’s father and Elaine Mendoza Erfe’s mother. His name is “Solomon,” which is the King of Israel in Arabic translation. He grew up as the oldest child in the family with his brother, Ibrahim Chappelle, and his sister, Sonal Chappelle.
Sulayman is in his teens, and most likely he’s going to school. Due to inactivity on every social platform, there is no more information about his early life.
Sulayman’s Father and Mother
Sulayman is probably in his teens, most likely single. Unlike other popular kids, he’s living a low key life that doesn’t share any details about his relationship yet. However, the mixture of Asian mother and African father gave him a lovely look. As of now, he’s single and he loves his teen life.
Sulayman’s parents, however, are U.S. residents. His mother’s parents are from the Philippines, who moved to the US in the 1980s. In the meantime, his father’s parents, Dave, are native to the United States. His parents had been in a relationship for a long time before they tied the knot in 2001. Sulayman’s dad changed his faith to Muslim two years before he married Elaine. His mother is practicing the Christian faith.
The Chappelle family now lives on a 65-acre farm near Yellow Spring, Ohio. His parents seem to be made for each other because there are no reports of their extra-marital affairs so far.
Net Worth and Salary
As of 2020, Sulayman is not involved in any kind of operation that might result in his earnings. In addition, he enjoys a net worth of $50 million for his father. His father Dave recently signed a $20 million deal with Netflix to produce a series of comedy stand-ups. More than that because of its success, Viacom gave Chappelle a $55 million contract to continue the production of Chappelle’s Show.
Unfortunately, he backed away from offering an explanation for legal and technical issues. Likewise, his film name, “Block Party All-Stars,” was released by Rogue Image and received $11.7 million in a $3 million budget. In addition, he’s got a few houses in Xenia, Ohio worth millions.