Mwalim (Film Director) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

is an American performing artist, writer, and educator. He is a tenured associate professor of English and former director of Black Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He is also a founding member of The GroovaLottos, a multiple Grammy Award-nominated soul-funk-blues band, for which he is the keyboard player, a vocalist, and the resident songwriter.

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Mwalim Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth June 6, 1968
Birth Day June 6
Birth Years 1968
Age 54 years old
Birth Place United States of America
Birth City
Birth Country United States of America
Nationality American
Famous As Writer
Also Known for Writer
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Occupation Writer

Also Known by the Full name Mwalim, is a Good Writer. He was born on June 6, 1968, in United States of America

Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Born to a West Indian American (Barbados) mother and Mashpee Wampanoag father, Mwalim grew up in both the Northeast Bronx and Mashpee, Massachusetts. Mwalim’s first instrument was the viola which he began studying at the age of ten, playing in his school orchestra, the Bronx Borough-wide Orchestra, and studied privately at Bronx House music school. He auditioned for and attended Music & Art High School (Now LaGuardia School for the Arts), and was interested in music and short-story writing from an early age. As a student at Music & Art he studied viola privately at the 3rd Street Music School and also began studying piano and composition with his grandfather, noted band leader, arranger, and record producer for Decca and Southern Records in the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s, Allan H. Nurse. Mwalim also began his career as a studio session player at age 16, adding string parts to various recordings and becoming one of the youngest session players in EMI Records history. He went on to major in music composition and history at Boston University. During this time, he also worked as an intern and session musician at various recording studios around the Boston and New York City, most notably, Jazzy J Recording Studio in the Bronx. He also became a part of the college’s Black Drama Collective as a stage band musician and sketch writer. Mwalim joined New African Company in 1991, where he received his formal training in theater arts and education.

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Mwalim Net Worth

Mwalim has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Writer. Famously known as the Writer of United States of America. He is seen as one of the most successful Writer of all times. Mwalim Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful American Writer.

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Life Story & Timeline

2006

Mwalim earned his MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College in July 2006. His focus was playwriting. He was recently named Filmmaker-In-Residence by WGBH, Bostons PBS television station, and will be the residency programs first narrative filmmaker, where he will be producing a film adaptation of Look At My Shorts, a collection of Mwalim’s short plays exploring contemporary Black Indian experiences in Massachusetts.

2003

Mwalim became a professor of English and African American studies at UMass Dartmouth in 2003 and the Director of Black Studies (formerly African & African American Studies) in 2011. He sometimes calls himself “DaPhunkee Professor.”

2000

In 2000, Mwalim became a part of the Lincoln Center Theatre’s Director’s Lab program, and later held residencies at the Harlem Theatre Company, The POINT CDC/Live From The Edge theater, and the Bronx Writer’s Center, where he presented his original plays and performance pieces as well as taught workshops in creative writing, filmmaking and drama. He was also a very active presenter and performer at the Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe, the Afrikan Theatre, and The Baggot Inn in Greenwich Village, where he led the house band. His plays also began getting picked up for productions by various Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway theater groups as well as productions throughout the USA, Canada, the U.K. and the Caribbean.

1999

His award-winning one-man show “A Party at the Crossroads” is subtitled the tales and adventures of a Black Indian growing up in a Jewish neighborhood, has been presented at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum in Connecticut and as a part of the Indian Summer series at the American Indian Community House in New York City. His performance piece, based on memories of Mashpee of the past, “Backwoods People” was presented at the 1999 National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, NC. His romantic comedy, Working Things Out was a hit at the 2005 festival.

1991

Born to a West Indian American (Barbados) mother and Mashpee Wampanoag father, Mwalim grew up in both the Northeast Bronx and Mashpee, Massachusetts. Mwalim’s first instrument was the viola which he began studying at the age of ten, playing in his school orchestra, the Bronx Borough-wide Orchestra, and studied privately at Bronx House music school. He auditioned for and attended Music & Art High School (Now LaGuardia School for the Arts), and was interested in music and short-story writing from an early age. As a student at Music & Art he studied viola privately at the 3rd Street Music School and also began studying piano and composition with his Grandfather, noted band leader and arranger, Allan H. Nurse. Mwalim also began his career as a studio session player, adding string parts to various recordings. He went on to major in music composition and history at Boston University. During this time, he also worked as an intern and session musician at various recording studios around the city. He also became a part of the college’s Black Drama Collective as a stage band musician and sketch writer. Mwalim joined New African Company in 1991, where he received his formal training in theater arts and education.

1990

1. “Her Groove” 12′ Single (1990 Midnight Groove Recordings)
2. “Voices Of My Ancestors” E.P. (1995, MFV Group)
3. “Thief In The Night” CD single (2000, Midnight Groove Recordings)
4. “Jazzy- Soul Club Grooves” Vinyl/E.P. (2001 Midnight Groove Recordings/ OTC Records)
5. “The Liberation Sessions” CD/Album (2010 LM3/ Lore Music Group)
6. “DEEP Soul Chants & Hollers” CD/Album (2012 LM3)
7. “Awakened By A Noon Day Sun” CD/Album (2014 LM3/ Spirit Wind Records)
8. “Ask Yo’ Mama” by The GroovaLottos CD/Album (2017 LM3/Sing Keepers, LTD.) + Mwalim appears on at east 50 other recordings as a musician, producer, and/or songwriter

1968

Mwalim (Morgan James Peters I, born June 6, 1968), also known as “Mwalim *7” and “Mwalim DaPhunkee Professor” is an American performing artist, writer, and educator. He is a tenured associate professor of English and former director of Black Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He is also a founding member of The GroovaLottos, a multiple Grammy Award-nominated soul-funk-blues band, for which he is the keyboard player, a vocalist, and the resident songwriter.

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