Wolé Parks Biography, Facts & Life Story

Known For Roles as Dallas Griffin in the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turns, and as Sam Alexander in the Lifetime comedy-drama series Devious Maids.
Nickname Wole
Full Name Wolé Parks
Profession Actor
Nationality American
Age 39 years old (in 2022)
Date of Birth July 27, 1982
Birthplace New York, New York, United States
Religion Christianity
Zodiac Sign Leo

Wolé Parks was born on 27th July 1982. He is an American performer and artist. Wole Park’s birthplace is New York City. He gets admitted at New York University, from where he completed his bachelor in Mathematics, and likewise did Bachelor in Fine Arts B.F.A. Wole Parks pertains to an African-American descent. He is the child of a Tanzanian father whereas her mother Lilette Parks is of Belizean. Wole Parks never met his father during his entire life.

On 14th November 2007, Wole Parks became associated with the character role of Dallas Griffin in the cast of the CBS musical show As the World Turns. Wole Parks co-featured as a guest’s appearance as Thomas Ryland in the legal drama series Law and Order, which was aired on NBC on 13th September 1990 and directed by Dick Wolf.

Later, Wole performed in its sequential police drama arrangement Law and Order: Criminal Intent which was primarily filmed in New York City as A.D.A. Damon Whitney. Further, he played a supporting role as Staffer in the CW teen TV drama arrangement Gossip Girl, which was based on the novel of Cecily von Ziegesar and was co-produced by Stephanie Savage, and Josh Schwartz on September 19, 2007.

Wole Parks co-featured in the American anthology TV arrangement Undressed in its 6th season that was aired on MTV from 26th July 1999. Wole Parks performed a prominent role in the telefilm Taking Chance aired on HBO. In this film, Wole was seen close by Kevin Bacon. Later, Wole Parks was cast as Manny in the film Premium Rush along with Joseph Gordon-Levitt in 2012.

Wole Parks played the regular role of Sam Alexander in the Lifetime mystery parodic drama series Devious Maids co-created by Marc Cherry. This TV show arrangement was produced by ABC Studios in 2013. Wole Parks belongs to a Tanzanian, and Belizean legacy. In 2004, Wole Parks showed up with the Willful Company in the creation of Macbeth in New York. Wole Parks is an individual from the association Democracy for New York City.

Wolé Parks Education

Qualification B.F.A. in Fine Arts and a B.A. in Mathematics
College New York University

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Wolé Parks Career

Profession: Actor

Known For: Roles as Dallas Griffin in the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turns, and as Sam Alexander in the Lifetime comedy-drama series Devious Maids.

Debut:

Film Debut: Undressed (2002)

Undressed (2002)
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Net Worth: USD 7 Million Approx.

Family & Relatives

Mother: Lilette Parks

Marital Status: Single

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Hobbies: Traveling

Favorite Color: Blue

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