- Played basketball at NYU and had a tryout for the New York Knicks (but never played in the NBA); made theatrical-movie debut in White Men Can't Jump (1992).
- Produced and starred in the 1998 Fox sitcom Getting Personal; was a regular on the 1992-93 NBC sitcom Out All Night.
- Was nominated for a 1998 Daytime Emmy for Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love.
- Wife Tisha Campbell-Martin played his sister in a recurring role in his 2003-06 UPN/CW sitcom All of Us.
- Cowrote, coproduced and starred in the 2003 crime drama Ride or Die and the 2004 comedy Seat Filler (he also distributed Seat Filler and cowrote it with Campbell-Martin).
- Founded Impact Sports, an agency that represents pro athletes, in 1987; other business interests have included real estate and a Beverly Hills beauty salon.
- Tisha Campbell-Martin — Wife (separated)
- Ezekiel Martin — Son
- Xen Martin — Son
- New York University, New York, New York, United States