Khalil Everage (born January 06, 2001) is an American Actor, Model, Artist and Television Personality from Chicago, Illinois. Recently, he gained success and fame with his debut in the Netflix movie “Beats“. Furthermore, the 18-year-old actor played one of the recurring roles of August Monroe.
Career, Movies & TV Shows
The movie released on the 19th of June 2019. Moreover, the film depicts a story of a young talented boy who suffered from the loss of his sister. Later, he meets a manager who is attempting to get back on track in his musical career.
Chris Robinson is the director of the new Netflix film. The other main casts of Netflix’s “Beats” web movie are:
- Anthony Anderson as Romelo Reese.
- Uzo Aduba as Carla Monroe.
- Emayatzy Corinealdi as Vanessa Robinson.
- Paul Walter Hauser as Terrence.
- Dave East as Mister Ford.
- Evan J. Simpson as Laz
- Dreezy as Queen Cabrini etc.
In 2019, Khalil Everage also featured in Lena Waithe’s “The Chi” drama series. He acted in a small role of Little Big Man. Later, he appeared in the YouTube original series Cobra Kai.
Early Life, Parents & Profile
Actor Khalil Everage was born on the 6th of January 2001 (age 18 years old) in Chicago, Illinois, United States. His mother “Dina McReynolds-Everage” currently works as a chief academic officer at Civitas Education Partners.
Earlier, she was the principal of South Side’s Wentworth Elementary School. Khalil’s father “Khaldun Everage” worked as student engagement and community outreach manager for Chicago Public Schools.
Unfortunately, the actors’ dad passed away on June 5, 2012. Furthermore, Everage also has a sibling, an elder sister named Khylah Imani Everage. Khalil graduated from Chicago High School for the Arts.
Trivia & Quick Info
|Full Birth Name||Khalil Everage.|
|Age (As of 2019)||18 years old|
|Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday||January 06, 2001.|
|Birthplace/Hometown||Chicago, Illinois, United States.|
|Famous For||his appearance in the debut Netflix movie "Beats".|
|Star Sign (Zodiac Sign)||Capricorn.|
|House In||Chicago, Illinois, United States.|
|Movies & TV Series List||1. Beats.
2. The Chi.
3. Cobra Kai (YouTube series).
|Debut||Film: Beats (2019).
TV Show: The Chi (2019).
|Height (Tall)||Feet & Inches: 5' 8".
Centimeters: 173 cm.
Meters: 1.73 m.
|Weight||Kilograms: 78 Kg.
Pounds: 171 lbs.
|Biceps Size||16 inches.|
|Body Measurements (chest-waist-hips)||40-34-38.|
|Shoe Size (US)||8.|
|Tattoos details?||Will Update.|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown.|
|Parents||Father: Khaldun Everage.
Mother: Dina McReynolds-Everage.
Sister: Khylah Imani Everage.
|Personal Life Relationship|
|Girlfriend & Fiancee||Will update.|
|School||Chicago High School for the Arts.|
|Alma Mater||Will Update.|
|Hobbies & Favorite Things|
|Favorite Celebrities||Actor: Will Smith.
Actress: Scarlett Johansson.
|Dream Holiday Destination||London.|
|Love to do||Listening to music and Watching movies.|
|Favorite Dishes||Pan Cake, Fries, Chicken & Cheese Burger.|
|Net worth (Approx.)||Under Revision (As of 2019).|
|Salary, Income & Earnings per month||Will update.|
|Office Address||Will Update.|
|Home Details||Not Known|
|Mobile or Phone Number||Will Update.|
Some Lesser Known Facts about Khalil Everage
- Wikipedia: His sister attended Lindblom Math and Science Academy.
- Currently, she is a student at Howard University.
- Khalil’s uncle “Jonathan McReynolds” is a Grammy-nominated gospel singer.
- Furthermore, the actor himself interested in music and singing.
- In fact, Everage even majored in vocal performance in high school.
- Currently, he is signed to Gill Talent Group.
- The owner, Patti K. Gill, met Khalil and his family through church.
- Earlier, Khalil has lost friends to gun violence.
- Khalil Everage’s height is 5 Feet 8 Inches (173 centimeters tall) and weighs around 78 kilograms (171 pounds).
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- His dad helped to establish the Chicago Police Department’s Juvenile Gang Intervention Partnership Program in his early career days.
- He was also an investigator at Chicago’s Office of Professional Standards.
- Khaldun also received several honors for his anti-gang work and determination to keep Chicago’s youth safe.