Born on 15th December in the year 1982, George O. Gore II is an actor of American origin. He is popularly recognized for portraying the role of Michael Kyle the Jr. (Also, knowns as the “Big Head Junior”) on the famous ABC series, My Wife and Kids. George’s television series credits also include cameos and guest appearances such as Law and Order, Touched by an Angel. Gore also portrayed the lead character in the comedy series Second Generation Wayans. For George’s roles as G, Gore received the coveted NAACP Image Award nomination three times as the infant son of Malik Yoba in his character.
George Graduated in the year 2000 from Suitland High School in Maryland at Forestville. He started his career as an actor at the age of 10 in a local urban juice drama.
Gore is unmarried and keeps his private life extremely secret. He has a reputation to be cheerful and decent and there are no public records of him being involved in any rumors or controversies. George plays it safe and is known to be of straight sexual orientation. He is extremely career oriented.
It is rumored that George Gore II has a net worth of about 1 million USD. He is 5 feet 10 inches tall and has black hair with a matching pair of black eyes. Information regarding his weight or shoe size is currently unknown.
George is highly active on photo sharing website Instagram with a staggering amount of followers nearing 7,500 and is inactive on Twitter and Facebook.
Making his big appearance in the year 1992 as a supporting actor to the city international show “Juice”, the show featured reputed rapper Tupac Shakur and rapidly accepted as an urban film on religion. In the year 1994, George successfully portrayed the role of Malik Yoba’s son, Gregory on the “New York Undercover”, and appeared in each of the total 4 periods of the widely acclaimed arrangement.
Gore further appeared in minor roles in the coveted drama series, “Law and Order” and also in the Satanic movie thriller, “The Devil’s Advocate”. George also appeared in the 2001 drama “The Nightmare Room”, from 2001 until 2005 portrayed Daman Wayan’s son in the family drama “My Wife and Kids”. George has since given his voice to quite a few movies including the drama “Thugaboo” and then in 2009 parody “Move Flick”.