Clifton Davis is a prominent American actor, singer, songwriter, minister, and author. He has written songs the Never Can Say Goodbye for the band The Jackson 5, which became the no.2 in hit in 1971. He also worked on the book Two Gentleman of Verona and also in Aladdin. Clifton has worked in many television shows like Starring Amen, That’s My Mama, Madam Secretary, and many others. He also acted in many films like Together for Days, Max Keeble’s Big Move; Prayer Never Fails, Halloweentown High, The Engagement: My Phamily BBQ 2, The Painting, and many others. He also worked as a co-host for the Stellar Gospel Music award and appeared as a host for many television shows. Clifton has worked as the Associate Pastor in the Loma Linda University Seventh-day Adventist Church in southern California for two years.
The early life of Clifton Davis
Clifton Davis was born in Chicago, Illinois, the United States, on October 4, 1945. His father’s name is Toussaint L’Ouverture Davis, and he served as a minister in Seventh-day Adventist. His mother’s name is Thelma van PuttenLanghorn, and she worked as a nurse. His sibling’s name is Cedric Davis, and he was raised in Mastic, New York City, along with his family members. Clifton has been interested in acting from a young age, and also has in religions and used to go to church regularly. Clifton did not reveal much more information about his early life to the media. He used to write songs from a young age and also, and he will use to sing in the church.
The Education Qualification of Clifton Davis
Clifton Davis studied in the Pine Forge Academy; a black boarding school operated by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. After graduating from school, he joined Oakwood University and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in Theology. After completing his bachelor’s degree, he joined Andrews University and studied for his Master’s degree in Divinity.
Personal details of Clifton Davis
Real Name: Clifton Duncan Davis
Profession: Actor, singer, songwriter, minister, and author
Celebrity name: Clifton Davis
Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois, the United States
Birthday: October 4, 1945
Color of Eyes: Dark Brown
Colour of Hair: Black
Net Worth: $ 3 million
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Body measurements of Clifton Davis
Height in cm: 183 Cm
Height in Feet: 6 ft. 0 in.
Weight in Kg: 79 kg
Weight in Pound: 174 lbs
Body Measurements: NA
Chest Size: NA
Waist Size: NA
Biceps Size: NA
Shoe Size (In US): NA
Dress Size (In the US): NA
Family details of Clifton Davis
Mother’s Name: Thelma van PuttenLanghorn
Father’s Name: Toussaint L’Ouverture
Number of Siblings: Cedric Davis
Relationship Status: Married
Children: Holly Danielle Davis, Christian Noel Davis
Spouse Name: Monica Durant and Ann Taylor
The Relationship details of Clifton Davis
Clifton Davis was in a relationship with Ann Taylor for many years, and they did not reveal where they first met. After many years of dating, they both married in a ceremony held in 1981, and the marriage venue and date are unknown. They both have two children, one son named Christian Noel Davis and one daughter named Holly Danielle Davis, but Clifton does not share their date of birth and other details about his children. In 1991, Clifton and his wife filed for a divorce and separated officially after being married for more than ten years, and the reason for their divorce is still unknown.
After the divorce from his first wife, Clifton was in a relationship with Monica Durant; details about Monica are unknown. They dated only for four months, and on May 27, 2000, they married in a ceremony with families and friends. They both did not have any children, and they have been married for more than 22 years, but still, now, they do not face any issues; Clifton and Monica are living happily.
The Net Worth of Clifton Davis
Clifton Davis has a net worth of $ 3 million currently, and he has earned all her net Worth by working in the entrainment industry, and he gets income from many other sources.
The Professional life of Clifton Davis in films
Clifton Davis first acted in the film Together for Days in the role of Gus in 1972, and after that, in 1974, he acted in the film Lost in the Stars as Absalom. Then he acted in the films like Heart of Stone in 1994, Any Given Sunday in 1999, Halloweentown High in 2004, The Engagement: My Phamily BBQ 2 in 2006, Cover in 2007, and many others.
In 2011, he acted in the film David E. Talbert’s What My Husband Doesn’t Know as Franklin. in 2013, he worked in God’s Amazing Grace… Is Just A Prayer Away as Wilbert Richardson. In 2016, Clifton acted as Michael Brown in the film Prayer Never Fails.
The Professional life of Clifton Davis in the television series
Clifton first acted in the television series A World Apart as Matt Hampton in 1971, and in 1972, he appeared as the co-host for The Melba Moore-Clifton Davis Show. Then he acted in television series like Police Story in 1973, That’s My Mama in 1974, The Love Boat in 1980, Amen in 1986, Half & Half in 2004, Madam Secretary from 2015 to 2019, and many others. Clifton worked as a co-host for the show Stellar Gospel Music Awards, host for the show Gospel Superfest, and host in the show Lifestyle Magazine.
Clifton Davis’s career as a minister
Clifton Davis has served as a licensed minister at St. Luke Baptist Church in New York City and has worked as an interdenominational minister for more than 30 years. Clifton has served as a chairman for the National Spokesperson and Advisory Board and is the host for the Most Soulful Sound in Raleigh, North Carolina. He worked as an Associate Pastor in the Loma Linda University SDA Church, Southern California, from 1987 to 1989.