Jelani Asar Snipes is an American actor best known for his work in the 1990 film Mo’ Better Blues. However, among people, she is widely popular as the son of the American director, martial artist, producer, Wesley Trent Snipes. Wesley is best known for his work in the film s like New Jack City, White Men Can’t Jump, Jungle Fever, Boiling Point and several more.
Jelani Asar was born in 1988 to father Wesley Snipes, and mother, April Dubois. Similarly, Jelani is of American nationality and belongs to Afro-American ethnicity.
Asar was raised alongside his siblings Iset Jua-T Snipes, Akhenaten Kihwa-T Snipes. Similarly, he is the grandchild of Marian Snipes and Wesley R. Snipes.
Jelani has not revealed any information regarding his relationship status. He is of secretive nature and rarely opens up about his private life to the public. Due to the lack of information, Jelani’s relationship status remains mysterious.
On the other hand, has a good relationship with his family and siblings. Talking about his father, Wesley has been married twice. He was married to April Snipes and shared a son named Jelani together. However, his parents got divorced due to personal issues.
Wesley then married Nakyung aka Nikki Park in 2003. The couple together shares four children.
Moving on to his net worth, Jelani surely has a net worth in millions. Although he has not revealed his exact salary, he might be earning in six digits. Besides, he also earns from his endorsements deals and sponsorships.
The average salary of an actor in the United States ranges from $52,000 to $60,000 annually. Jelani surely earns above average based on his experience.
Snipes is best known for his performance in the film Mo’ Better Blues. As mentioned above, Jelani has kept his current professional life under wraps.
Talking about his father’s worth, Wesley has a net worth of $10 million at present. He collects his fortunes from his acting, producing career. Wesley is best known for his works in films like Major League, King of New York, Jungle Fever, The Recall, Game of Death, and several more.