Marvin Winans is a preacher and gospel performer known for being a member of the talented Winans family. He is also well known for playing a recurring part in Tyler Perry’s smash television series House of Payne.
Marvin Winans Age and Birthday
How old is Marvin? Marvin is 65 years old as of 2023. He was born Marvin Lawrence Winans on 5 March 1958 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 5 March every year.
Marvin Winan Nationality and Ethnicity
Marvin holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States. He is of mixed race. READ ALSO: CeCe Winans
Marvin Winans Parents and Siblings
Where are the Winans brothers from? Winans is the fourth of Delores (née Ransom) and David Glenn WinansSr. ten’s children. The two of them made music as “Mom and Pop Winans.” As singers, songwriters, and producers, his siblings David II, Carvin (his fraternal twin), Benjamin (BeBe), Daniel, Michael, Ronald, Priscilla (CeCe), Deborah (Debbie), and Angelique (Angie) also have successful music careers.
Marvin Winans Wife
Prior to their 1995 divorce, Viviane “Vickie” Winans (née Bowman), was a gospel singer. The couple has been together for more than 16 years.
Marvin Winans Children
His sons, Marvin Jr. (Coconut) Winans, Josiah Winans, and his stepson Mario “Skeeter” Winans. Formerly a part of Winans Phase 2, Marvin Jr. is now a solo musician and producer. Josiah Winans is another producer who appears on Marvin Jr.’s debut solo album. On April 22, 2022, Deneen Carter and Marvin got hitched.
Marvin Winan Height
Marvin stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m).
Marvin Winan Net Worth
What is the marvin net worth? Marvin has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
Marvin Winan Pastor
The Marvin L. Winans Academy of Performing Arts, sometimes known as “WAPA” by staff and students, was established in 1997 and is run by Winans, a pastor. In 1989, he started The Perfecting Church in Detroit, Michigan. In 1992, he published Introducing Perfected Praise, an album that featured the choir from the church. Friends, a follow-up album, was released in 2001.
Alone but Not Alone, his 2007 album, was up for the Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album Grammy. Winans delivered the eulogy at Whitney Houston’s funeral on Saturday, February 18, 2012, at noon (EST), at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey. His fourth album, Marvin L. Winans presents The Praise + Worship Experience, was published in 2012 by MLW Productions and was recorded at his congregation, Perfecting Church.
Marvin Winan Career
The Testimonial Singers, a group that also included Winans’ older brothers Ronald, Carvin (his twin), and Michael, performed music in the 1970s. They made their debut at a high school talent event. The Winans became the group’s new name in 1975.
Both the 1980s and the 1990s were covered by their musical careers. The Winans, a group that Andrae Crouch helped form, issued their debut album under the moniker Introducing The Winans in 1981. The Caravans, a group led by Albertina Walker, the Queen of Gospel, had a significant impact on The Winans. Winan an organist and pianist, contributed songs and produced gospel albums for The Winans, members of his family, and other artists.
Winans won a Grammy for Best Male Soul Gospel Performance in 1985 for his singing on the song “Bring Back the Days of Yea and Nay.” At Whitney Houston’s funeral, he performed the hit song “Tomorrow” by The Winans with a number of his siblings and family members.
Winans’ debut solo album, Alone, But Not Alone, was released in 2007. On his own record company, MLW Productions Inc., Winans released “Marvin L Winans Presents The Praise and Worship Experience” on June 26, 2012. The CD was recorded in Mom Winans’ church in Detroit, Michigan and includes Doen Moen, Marvin Sapp, Donnie McClurkin, Mary Mary, Roderick Dixon, and Bishop Paul Morton among others.