Anthony Anderson is the father of 2 adult children whom he cut for their own good

Anthony Anderson is a rich and talented actor. However, he wants his children to work hard for their wealth. Anthony cut his children off his bank account and gave the reasons for his actions. Find out what he said!

Anthony Anderson appeared in the TV series “Richie Rich” in 2015 and in 2018 he starred in “All About The Washingtons”. With many movie characters to his credit, Anthony is best known for his role as Dr. Johnson on the ABC sitcom “Black-Ish”.

In the series, Anthony plays the role of husband and father of four, but in real life he is the father of two children – Nathan Anderson and Kyra Anderson. He shared his adorable children with his 22-year-old wife, Alvina Stewart.

Alvina Stewart & Anthony Anderson Attend 23rd Annual Keep Memory Alive “Power of Love” Gala Benefiting The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center | Photo: Getty Images

Every father’s dream is to see his children overcome challenges and take commendable milestones, and Anthony makes sure his children do it the right way.

Despite such a fortune as an actor, the star began teaching children about financial planning at an early age, encouraging them to start saving from an early age.


Anthony strongly believes in manual labor, which prompted his decision to cut his two children off his bank account. In an interview, the “Black-Ish” actor let it be known that he and his children are starting discussions about planning for the future and financial literacy.

Anthony explained that everything could be rosy today, and tomorrow tragedy could strike. Even though the comedian doesn’t fund his children’s bills, he still shares a healthy relationship with them.

In a conversation with an interviewer, Anthony confessed to cooking and preparing meals for his children. According to him, it didn’t matter if they wanted different meals at the same time; he would end up doing it. Anthony also joked that he was a better cook than his wife and planned to go to cooking school.


Anthony and Nathan’s enviable bond is an inspiration to so many fathers and sons around the world. The father-son couple is frequently seen at various red carpet events and game nights.

The actor and his son have been pictured at several gatherings, including the 67th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, a 2015 basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Minnesota Timberwolves, among others. Most importantly, Anthony supports Nathan’s choice of career.


The young star follows in his father’s footsteps as he leaves college to pursue a career in the film industry. During a conversation with Rachel Ray, Anthony revealed that he wanted Nathan to play the role of Andre Jr. in “Black-ish”.

However, his hopes were far-fetched because, according to Anthony, his son had “too much loot” to play this character.

Currently, Nathan is climbing the ladder of success, as he featured on Netflix shows. On the other hand, Anthony’s daughter has no interest in being an actress and is currently enjoying her career as a doula.

Anthony Anderson and son Nathan Anderson attend New Line Cinema's premiere

Anthony Anderson & Son Nathan Anderson Attend New Line Cinema’s “Barbershop: The Next Cut” Premiere | Photo: Getty Images


In March, Kyra celebrated her first Doula week with a heartwarming Instagram post. The delusional beauty shared a photo of herself, along with a caption who admitted to what a fantastic trip it had been.

According to Kyra, she always envisioned herself doing work that focused on wellness, healing black people, empowerment, and nutrition.

In another post, she shared her first Doula experience with her Instagram fans and followers, calling it “beautiful and intense”. She expressed her gratitude for having a great first customer and how they were able to support each other.

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