Who are Gary Owen's kids? Fans curious about comedian's family amid divorce

Amber Peake June 11, 2021

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Gary Owen opened up for the first time about divorce from his wife and the mother of his children, Kenya Duke, while appearing on The Wendy Williams Show this week. Now many are curious to know more about Gary Owen’s kids and his family.

Who are Gary Owen’s kids?

Gary Owen and wife Kenya Duke share three children, daughter Kennedy and son Austin as well as stepson Emilio.

The comedian previously featured his family on his own reality TV series, The Gary Owen Show, which aired in 2016.

The show saw the family invite cameras into their home as they shared sweet moments together, although it was cancelled after just one season.

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The comedian hints at his kids’ ages on The Wendy Williams Show

Owen mentioned his children while appearing on The Wendy Williams Show on Thursday, 10 June, as he spoke about his divorce from Kenya Duke after almost 18 years of marriage.

While chatting to Wendy, the comedian said his children were now all adults. Owen joked: “We have adults. I just want to make sure there’s no child support in the divorce.”

That comment led many fans to wonder how old Owen and his wife’s “adult” children are, which has led many sites to guess the ages of the three offspring.

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Gary Owen’s net worth explored

While Owen is well known for his stand-up comedy he is also an actor and has featured in many well-known films including Ride Along and Think Like A Man.

More recently he launched his own podcast entitled #GetSome With Gary Owen, which has previously featured Kevin Hart.

Looking back on his career so far it’s no surprise the father of three is said to have an estimated net worth of between $3 and $4 million.

Amber is an entertainment journalist with a love for anything showbiz, celeb or reality TV. After graduating with a degree in Journalism at Brunel University she became a Showbiz Reporter at Express.co.uk. Having previously ran the Instagram for Reality Titbit, Amber now writes for both HITC and The Focus as a freelance writer.