We all know that Duane Martin was married to actress Tisha Campbell for 11 years (the couple is currently divorcing) and that Duane first made his TV appearance in the short-lived NBC comedy series "Out All Night," which also starred Patti LaBelle, Vivica A. Fox and Morris Chestnut. He also appeared in the Boys II Men music video "I'll Make Love to You."

He returned to TV with Vivica A. Fox and Jon Cryer in the short-lived FOX sitcom "Getting Personal."

He portrayed TV reporter Robert James on the now cancelled series "All Of Us."

What few people know: Duane Martin is not only an actor, he is also a sports mogul who heads a very successful and lucrative sports agency.

A native of New York and NYU graduate. Duane was drafted by the New York Knicks before pursuing an acting career.

His love for sports was the motivation for him to launch his own sports agency, "Impact Sports." Duane started "Impact Sports," with 2 clients holding $1 million in contracts, the company has since expanded and now represents 50 clients and holds $1 billion in contracts.

Over the years, "Impact Sports," has become one of the premiere sports agencies in the industry and handles some of the most sought after players in the NFL, NH, and MLB.

After acquiring an extensive real estate holdings portfolio (valued in the millions), Duane recently launched a real estate company which will revitalize homes in the inner city by giving underprivileged families the rare opportunity to become home owners.