Kenzo Lee Hounsou is the son of Beninese-American actor and model Djimon Hounsou. His mother's name is Kimora Lee Simmons.
He was born in 2009 and is currently 14 years old. He is an American citizen by his nationality.
About Kenzo's Father Djimon
Djimon is an actor and model. He is famous for his role as Wizard in the Black Adam movie.
He was born in 1964 to his parents, Pierre Hounsou and Albertine Hounsou.
He has his birthday on April 24th. He is Beninese-American citizen by his nationality.
Married Life Of Djimon
Djimon is not married yet; however, he is currently engaged. Djimon is engaged to his fiance, Ri'za Marie.
Djimon's engagement with Ri'za was surprising because nobody knew about that until Dijmon himself revealed that in an interview with Kelly.
He and Ri'za have a son together named Fela. His fiance is currently pregnant with their second child. The couple is happily living in Atlanta together.
Djimon Past Relationship
Before getting engaged with Ri'za, Djimon was in a relationship with Kimora Lee Simmons.
They met in 2007, and shortly after meeting, they started dating. In 2009, they welcomed their son Kenzo.
Unfortunately, their relationship didn't last long, as they broke up in 2012.
Despite breaking up, Djimon and Kemora decided to be friends and co-parent their son.
Age And Net Worth
Djimon is 59 years old. He has a net worth of $12 Million. His source of income is acting and modeling.
Djimon believes in Having Babies At 40
Djimon gave an interview on the Kelly Clarkson Show where he talked about his excitement of being the father again with his fiance.
He revealed that he was excited to welcome his new baby soon but also carried the feeling of boredom because he knew that having a baby meant a lot of sleepless nights.
He also said that men must be at least 30 to 40 years of age to be incredibly responsible parents.
He believes that a man is only a real man who is mature enough to create an excellent base for his children if he has seen so much in life and has dealt with many things.
He thinks that young parents are less mature than those who are 30.
Even for girls, both the host and Djimon agreed that they should be about 30 years old to be parents.
Djimon Did The Unwritten Scene
Djimon has done a lot of movies in his acting career, but he is most famous for his role in the movie Gladiator as Juba.
He earned a lot of appreciation and respect from this movie and this role, as he was phenomenal.
As much fun as he had while shooting the movie, the movie also took a sad turn.
The movie was a bug for everyone, and everyone was giving everything for the film.
There was a lot of conflict and misunderstandings, but the movie's director, Riley Scott, was fantastic and maintained a calm environment on the set.
Djimon also expressed that the iconic scene, the last scene in the movie where he was seen digging for his ancestors, was unwritten.
While shooting for the scene, no one in the production knew why it was being shot, as it was never in the script.
But everyone trusted Riley and did as he said.
But the fact was that the death of one of the critical characters in the movie, Oliver Reed, changed everything.
The movie was tilted as he was no more. Everyone was sad and confused about his death and the film's turn.
So, the movie was completely changed just on the basis of discussion on the studio.
Djimon Felt Sad Doing The Movie
Djimon was a lead in the movie "In America," where he played quite an isolated character.
Throughout the movie period, he had to play a alone, emotionally broken, and spiritually retard person.
He had to lose his weight for the movie to get skinnier. He had to go on a two-month diet to get skinny for the role.
He expressed that while shooting the movie, the storyline got into him so much that he felt alone and left out.
He felt that he was emotionally broken from all the aspects.
He said that he felt the illness of being alone so much that the whole movie was a sad experience for him.
Djimon Used To Collect Detergent Packets
Djimon revealed in an interview that he used to collect detergent packets when he was a student.
Growing up, he was sent to Germany and France for a good life.
He was introduced to the whole movie scene and showed interest in it there. He loved the whole idea of supernatural movies.
As he was in school, he and his friends didn't have much money to watch the movie in the theater.
But on their day off from school, Wednesday, he and his friends collected empty detergent packets all day.
They used to exchange it in place of the ticket for the movies. They were getting what they needed and were doing the recycling work as well.
He expressed that the theater was always so packed, and it was the most fantastic time he'd had.
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