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Remember Malik Payne from 'House of Payne'? He is all grown-up now & shared photos of his mom

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 06, 2018
09:40 A.M.
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Larramie ‘Doc’ Shaw, best known as Malik Payne in Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, is 26 years old already. His mother is often portrayed in his Instagram account.

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Shaw, who was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1992, started his career in the entertainment industry appearing in print ads and TV commercials. While it was a quite important milestone for him at that time, things improved in 2006.

By the time he was 14, he earned the role of Malik Payne on the TBS sitcom. His character was described as a witty teenage boy who was always involved in some kind of trouble due to his behavior.

Shaw worked for that series until 2012, appearing in about 130 episodes. Even though working on the series was important for him, he never stopped taking other roles.

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In 2007, Shaw was a special guest of The King of Queens, wherein he portrayed Reilly.

After that, he had a main role in Disney’s The Suite Life on Deck from 2009 to 2010, in which he shared the cast with Dylan and Cole Sprouse and Debby Ryan

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When the series ended in 2010, he took a leading role in Disney’s Pair of Kings, wherein he worked until 2013.

Later, Shaw briefly appeared on a couple of movies and films and even worked as a co-executive producer of the TV show Spies in Training.

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At the moment, Shaw is working in The Paynes, which is a sequel to the previous series Tyler Perry’s House of Payne.

Shaw knows that if his mother hadn’t helped him throughout his entire career, things would have been very different. As a result, he often posts photos of her on his Instagram account with warm captions.

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One of them showed the woman staring at the horizon wearing a green and white top and multiple wristbands. Shaw captioned it writing that those who look at their mothers witness the purest love.

Another photo posted on Mother’s Day portrayed the woman looking at the camera while wearing a white shirt. In it, Shaw wrote that she was his best friend, protector, teacher, and provider.

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