La La Anthony Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Son, and Net Worth

La La Anthony (Alani Nicole Vázquez) is an American television personality, actress, New York Times best-selling author, and businesswoman

La La Anthony Biography

La La Anthony (Alani Nicole Vázquez) is an American television personality, actress, New York Times best-selling author, businesswoman, and producer. She attended Howard University, where she studied communications.

La La Anthony Age

She is 41 years old. She was born on June 25, 1981, in Brooklyn, New York, United States.

La La Anthony Height

She stands at a height of ‎5 Feet 6 Inches (1.68m) tall.

La La Anthony Family

Anthony’s parents are of Puerto Rican heritage born and raised in New York City. She has two younger sisters Solana Vazquez, and Aviana Vazquez, and a younger brother Christian Vazquez. As a young child, Anthony was involved in many activities, but the music was her main interest.

La La Anthony Husband/ Divorce

She was married to basketball player Carmelo Anthony from 2010 to 2021. The couple became engaged on Christmas Day 2004 and their son, Kiyan Carmelo Anthony, was born on March 7, 2007. The two were married by Michael Eric Dyson on July 10, 2010, at Cipriani’s in New York before 320 guests. The wedding ceremony was filmed by VH1 and aired as part of a reality series on the couple, titled La La’s Full Court Wedding.

In April 2017, La La filed for separation from her husband after he was publicly accused of impregnating a woman who was employed at a gentlemen’s club. In 2021, La La filed for divorce from Carmelo Anthony after 11 years of marriage.

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La La Anthony’s Net Worth

Anthony has an estimated net worth of $30 million which she has earned from her career as a television personality, actress, author, and businesswoman.

La La Anthony Career

She gained prominence as an MTV VJ on Total Request Live in the early 2000s. She was the host of the VH1 reality television reunion shows I Love New York, Real Chance of Love, Flavor of Love, and For the Love of Ray J, and was a dean on Charm School with Ricki Lake.

Anthony has appeared in several films including Two Can Play That Game (2001), You Got Served (2004), Think Like a Man (2012), Think Like a Man 2 (2014), Destined (2015), and November Rule (2015). She has also starred in the American reality television series La La’s Full Court Life and La La’s Full Court Wedding.

La La Anthony began her entertainment career in radio at WQHT-FM, HOT 97.5 in Georgia at the age of 15. After a short internship at that station, while still in high school, Anthony was given her own show, the wildly popular Future Flavas, alongside rapper/actor Ludacris.

At 19, she got an offer from Los Angeles’s 92.3 The Beat to co-host her own radio show, The B-Syde. After a successful run on radio, Anthony left the station in 2001 and joined the MTV family. Although she had no previous experience on TV, Anthony became one of the network’s premier talents and went on to co-host two of their most popular shows, Total Request Live and Direct Effect.

During her time at MTV, Anthony interviewed many high-profile stars including Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, and Will Smith among others. In 2003, she left the network to launch her own production company Krossover Productions. She was a producer on Mike Tyson’s critically acclaimed documentary, Tyson.

Directed by Oscar and Golden Globe nominee writer/director James Toback, the documentary film was named the winner of the Regard Knockout Award in France and debuted to a standing ovation at 2009’s Cannes Film Festival.

Anthony and Krossover Productions also produced a feature film with director/producer Brett Ratner and a starring role in The Gun. Anthony made her film debut in 2001 in the romantic comedy Two Can Play That Game. In 2012, she starred in the film, Think Like a Man, alongside Taraji P. Henson and Gabrielle Union.

In 2013, she starred in the film Baggage Claim alongside Paula Patton and Derek Luke. She had a guest-starring role in the CBS crime drama, “NYC 22” and the popular VH1 scripted show, Single Ladies. Her other film credits include Urban Massacre (2002), You Got Served (2004), and Monster Island (2004).

In October 2011, she made her stage debut in the off-Broadway production of Love Loss and What I Wore. She also starred in and executive produced five seasons of La La’s Full Court Wedding, one of VH1’s highest-rated shows, which chronicled the time leading up to her wedding to NBA star Carmelo Anthony.

On February 2, 2012, Anthony launched MOTIVES by La La, at the Market America World Conference held at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Inspired to create a cosmetic line for women of color ranging in color variation, Anthony’s cosmetic line consists of multiple mineral-based products for the face, cheeks, eyes, lips, and nails.

In 2013, she created a clothing line, “5th & Mercer”, a capsule collection exclusive to and she continues to work on new designs for the line. In 2016, Anthony co-produced the Broadway production of Danai Gurira’s Eclipsed.

La La Anthony The Love Playbook

On January 28, 2014, Anthony released her book titled The Love Playbook in which she shares how she found love and success on her own terms. The book climbed to #1 on the Barnes & Noble Best Seller list and on February 7 hit #1 on The New York Times Best Seller list.

La La Anthony Power

Anthony has had several guest roles in several television shows. She appeared in the Starz original drama series Power, executive produced by 50 Cent and starring Omari Hardwick and Naturi Naughton.

La La Anthony Power Playbook

Anthony’s second book, entitled The Power Playbook was released in May 2015. Anthony is again opening up her playbook to share her no-nonsense advice.

In The Power Playbook, she shares her tried-and-true advice for reaching new levels of success in whatever you set out to do. Perfect for those setting out for the first time or for more established professionals looking to reevaluate their goals, The Power Playbook has an inspiring message for women of all ages. Illustrated by personal stories of her own professional triumphs and challenges, La La reveals her secrets to finding success on her own terms and reminds us that big dreams require hard work, resilience, and an undying belief in yourself.

La La Anthony Movies | La La Anthony Tv Show






Two Can Play That Game



Urban Massacre

Pam Jackson

Total Request Live


TV series


Direct Effect


TV series


50 Cent: The New Breed



Sex and the City

MTV Interviewer

TV series; episode: “The Post-it Always Sticks Twice”

The Real World: Paris


TV series; episode: “French Kissing and Telling, The Real World: Paris Reunion”


You Got Served


Monster Island


TV movie

One on One


TV series; episode: “Phatheadz”

Soul Plane


Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno


TV series; episode: “Montezuma’s Revenge: Inside the Inferno Reunion Show”


Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Battle of the Sexes 2

TV series; episode: “Battle of the Sexes 2: Reunion – Secrets from Elimination Hill”


Da Jammies



Flavor of Love


TV series; episode: “Reunion: After the Lovin”

Chappelle’s Show


TV series; episode: #3.2

Flavor of Love 2


TV series; episode: “Reunion: After the Lovin”


I Love New York

TV series; episode: “Reunion Show”

Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School

TV series; episode: “Reunion Show”


I Love New York 2

TV series; episode: “Reunion Show”

Flavor of Love 3

TV series; episode: “Reunion: After the Lovin”


For the Love of Ray J

TV series; episode: “Reunion Show”

Charm School with Ricki Lake


Real Chance of Love


TV series; episode: “Reunion Show”


La La’s Full Court Wedding


TV series

For the Love of Ray J 2


TV series; episode: “Reunion Show”





La La’s Full Court Life


TV series


Think Like a Man




Baggage Claim




Keeping Up with the Kardashians


Episode: “Agree to Disagree”

Law and Order: Special Victims Unit


Episode: “Poisoned Motive”


Think Like a Man Too





Lakeisha Grant

TV series






Delina Michaels

TV series


November Rule



The New Edition Story

Flo DeVoe

TV movie



Double Play


Daytime Divas

Isabel Carlisle

Recurring role


Detective Sonya Diaz


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