Algee Smith Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Nationality, Dating

Algee Smith, a young and talented actor, is also a singer. He is well-known among his fans for playing Da Boss in the television film Let It Shine. Algee is also well-known for his portrayal of Warren in the award-winning American television series Here We Go Again.

Algee Smith prefers to keep his personal life private and avoids public scrutiny. He has a small circle of friends. Because he is a public figure, his fans are curious about his personal life.

Relationship Status: Single?

Algee is very active on social media, where he frequently posts about his life and career. In his posts, he also makes hints about his love life. Algee stated in a tweet on September 24, 2010, that he needed a Twitter girlfriend. As a continuation of his relationship hints, he tweeted on March 4, 2011, that he is single and does not need a girlfriend or to be dating someone.

Algee appears to have no one with whom to share his feelings, but he has a small and close group of friends who have his back. On November 22, 2013, Algee shared a photo on Facebook with his takeover partner, Jharee Stephens.

He has not been linked with any other women besides his partner, and no rumors about his relationship have circulated. With the upcoming television drama The Hate U Give, he appears to be focusing on his career rather than his love life.

Bio: Family, Career

Algee was born in Saginaw, Michigan on November 7, 1994. Algee Smith III and Tanesha Eley gave birth to him. Algee’s mother was a fashion designer who later married and raised Algee with musician John Eley. He was raised with his siblings, including his sister Soteria. He is still a part of Algee’s life despite the fact that he was not raised alongside his biological father.

Growing up with his stepfather, John, he fell in love with music. He recorded his first rap song at the age of nine. He was offered a spot in Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing competition when he was 16 years old.

Following these events, he made his acting debut as Spencer in Nickelodeon’s sitcom How to Rock in 2012. Since then, he has appeared on numerous shows as a guest star. His role in the musical television show Let It Shine, on the other hand, boosted his career fame. In 2014, he made his feature film debut as Marcus Simms in the science fiction film Earth to Echo.

Algee was later cast in the recurring role of Rae in Mykelti Williamson’s directorial debut, ‘Sons 2 the Grave,’ in 2015. He played Theo in the USA Network drama-thriller Complications.

In 2016, he also appeared in the television film The Infamous and as E.J. in Bounce TV’s soap opera Saints & Sinners.

After that, he started 2017 with a bang, by landing the role of Ralph Tresvant in ‘The New Edition Story’. He did an outstanding job in his first major role, and the film received both positive and excellent reviews.

The following year, he was cast in the crime drama ‘Detroit,’ playing Larry Reed, the lead singer of a professional black R&B group. He also sang the song ‘Grow’ for the film’s soundtrack. The film also received critical acclaim for its direction, script, and performances.

Algee is set to appear in the upcoming drama film ‘The Hate U Give’ in 2018.

Algee is focusing on his singing career in addition to his acting career. He debuted with his debut single She Say in 2013. Later, on 22 June 2017, Algee released his first extended play Listen EP via Access Record’s record management. He has amassed a net worth of over a million dollars as a result of his talent and passion.

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