According to a report from TMZ, Wendy Raquel Robinson and her man of a decade-and-a-half are in the middle of a divorce. The 51-year-old and her ex, Marco Perkins, filed the official paperwork in a Los Angeles courthouse on Friday for “dissolution of marriage.”
The reality star previously said of Perkins that he was the type of man who could hang out either at the White House or “in the hood,” and she really liked that about him.
He had charisma and was able to hold his own in nearly any situation. Not only did Perkins “have an opinion,” she remarked, “but a swagger” as well. Since TMZ discovered their divorce papers, Robinson hasn’t released a statement at all.
While it’s a sad day for Mrs. Robinson, there’s no doubt she’ll do just fine, considering her long history of success. Born in Los Angeles, Wendy went to Howard University where she graduated with honors in the Bachelor Of Fine Arts in Drama program.
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For the very first time, she made her way on to the small screen for an episode of Martin in 1993. In the same year, she appeared on Thea and The Sinbad Show.
The following period, between 1995 and 1996, she co-starred on the short-lived series on NBC, Minor Adjustments, which had Rondell Sheridan as its lead.
After that, she had a part on The Steve Harvey Show as Regina “Piggy” Grier which aired for six seasons. Additionally, she acted alongside Cedric The Entertainer in his sketch comedy series, Cedric The Entertainer Presents.
The two first met while on The Steve Harvey Show. As for her film career, Robinson has made her way on to The Walking Dead, as well as A Thin Line Between Love And Hate, Ringmaster, Two Can Play That Game, Rebound, and Miss Congeniality, where she portrayed Miss California.