Marsai Martin Net Worth


Caila Marsai Martin is an American actress, best known for her role as Diane Johnson on the ABC sitcom Black-ish. In 2019, Martin starred in the comedy film Little, which she also produced, becoming the youngest person ever to produce a studio film. The same year, Time magazine named her on its “Time 100 Next”.

Marsai Martin Net Worth
Marsai Martin Net Worth

Marsai Martin Biography

Full Name Caila Marsai Martin
Nickname Marsai
Age 17 years old
Date Of Birth August 14, 2004
Birth Place Plano, Texas, United States
Height 5 ft 2 in (157.5 cm)
Weight 49 kg (108 lbs)
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Black
Relationship Status Single
Father Joshua Martin
Mother Carol Martin
Nationality American
Hometown Plano, Texas
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Marsai Martin Net Worth

As of 2022, Marsai Martin’s net worth is estimated at $4 million. She is among the highest-paid young actors in Hollywood and is considered the youngest African-American producer in the industry. She reportedly makes more than $350k annually. Her primary sources of income are films, TV series, brand endorsements, and ads. She is also the Ceo of a production company, Genius Entertainment.

Marsai Martin Net Worth 2022

Name Marsai Martin
Marsai Martin Net Worth $4 million
Age 17
Monthly Income $30,000
Annual Salary $350,000 +
Profession Actress and Producer
Gender Female

Early Life

Caila Marsai Martin was born on August 14, 2004, in Plano, Texas, the United States, her father’s name is Joshua Martin and her mother’s name is Carol. She got involved in many commercials and TV shows at a very young age. By the age of five, Marsai became a part of the national commercial for Choice Hotel. Then she signed a contract with many popular agencies. In 2013, The family moved to Los Angeles for better opportunities for Martin, so she could pursue her acting career. For her education, she also attended the Cathryn Sullivan Acting for Film in Texas.

Outside Acting

Additionally, Martin has a production company named Genius Productions that has a partnership with Universal Pictures. The company is handled by his father as president, and by Marsai’s mother as vice president. In order to support writers of color in the entertainment industry, she teamed up with the NGO Color of Change and her production firm to host a writer’s brunch. Moreover, Martin has collaborated with the American eyewear manufacturer Essilor of America to educate parents about single-vision patients and Women in Optometry. She also endorses well-known brands including Minute Clinic, Bookshire, Meineke, CVS Health, Give me a Second, and others.

Awards and Achievements

For her acting work, Marsai Martin has garnered both nominations and wins. Martin won the 2020 NAACP Image Award. She also won four awards for her work in the 2019 film “Little,” including Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Performance by a Youth for ABC’s “Black-ish,” and Outstanding Breakthrough Performance in a Motion Picture. She was nominated for SAG Awards in 2017 and 2018 and went on to win the Young Stars Award at the 2019 BET Awards.


2014 was the big year for her when Marsai got an opportunity to play the role of Diane Johnson for an ABC comedy series ”Black-ish”. She has received a lot of recognition for her appearance and won many awards including 3 NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Young Artist Award, and was nominated for six NAACP image awards, and two screen actors Guild awards. In 2016, Marsai made her film debut in ”An American Girl Story -melody 1963” in which she played a lead role. In the same year, she provided vocals for the movie “Nina”. In 2019, Martin made her debut studio feature movie, ‘Little” and she was an executive producer for this film which made her the youngest person to produce a film. In the same year, her production Company called ‘Genius’ first production deal with Universal. Under the deal, her first film is a StepMonster, which is a comedy about a young girl who is managing her life with a stepmother. Marsai became the first youngest girl who signed a deal at Universal. She has been working on many projects such as she would produce the Night Brothers and the Comedy Queen and the film adaptation of Amari. Despite this, Marsai also has a YouTube channel which she created on 25 Feb 2014.


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