Quincy Brown Net Worth: $750,000
Young actor, recording artist and entrepreneur, Quincy Brown, has an estimated net worth of $750,000. He is also known as Quincy Combs, for being the son of model and actress Kim Porter and Al B. Sure, and step-son to Sean Diddy Combs. Quincy was named after his godfather, music legend Quincy Jones. Giving up his dream to become a professional baseball player, Quincy became interested in acting and pursued modeling as he signed with Wilhelmina Agency. In 2012, Quincy walked in the Gaborone Fashion weekend event in Botswana. In 2015, he walked in Naomi Campbell’s Ebola awareness show during New York Fashion Week.
Similar to his step-father, Quincy is delving into many business ventures. He is the co-founder of the production company, FourXample. He also created a watch line called Chalk by Quincy, a collection of watches that display fine technology, fashion trend and well designed craftsmanship. Quincy also started a jean line, Embellish, a contemporary and streetwear denim line.
Quincy made his big screen debut in Brotherly Love as Chris Collins where he played the opposite role of well-known actress, Keke Palmer. He also appeared in the films Dope, and Street. In television, he appeared in My Super Sweet 16, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Have and the Have Nots, and also Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Quincy also has an R&B music career, collaborating with artists such as French Montana for “Friends First”, Kendré Berry for “Stay Awhile”, and G-Eazy for “Exotic”.