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Martin Payne
Title Martin Payne
Name {{{name}}}
Gender Male
Age 56 (25 during show's)
Occupation Television star
Former Radio star
Former floor buffer
Former mail deliver
Former Hoochie Burger employee

Mama Payne
mother Daddy Payne

Other Family Grandmother-(probably deceased)

Sunny Martin's brothers and ((sisters)) Sheneneh Jenkins aunt Dr. Cliff Waters (Father-in-law) Nadine Water (Mother-in-law) louis (aunt-in-law) Sarah (aunt-in-law) Monique (sorority sister-in-law)

Lovers Gina Waters-Payne-(wife)

Pamela James-(ex-wife; accidentally married)

First Appeared Beauty and the Beast
Last Appeared California, Here We Come
Portrayed by Martin Lawrence

Martin Payne (born April 15, 1965) is the owner of his own television show word on the street which is now filmed in L.A he is married to Gina Waters Payne.

About Martin

Martin, the title character, is a sweetheart deep down, but on the outside a very melodramatic, macho, ornery, blustery, conceited, inconsiderate, selfish, and insulting wise guy. Martin carries himself in a typical urban youth manner, using "Ebonics" and urban mannerisms. His girlfriend turned wife, Gina Waters, has sometimes tried to straighten him out or expostulate with him, but this had rarely worked what with Martin's ornery waywardness. Ever the paper tiger, Martin is not much of a physical fighter despite trying to come off as such. He has a particularly antagonistic relationship with Gina's best friend/co-worker, Pam. Every time Pam's in his presence, Martin antagonizes her, most often with degrading zingers that animalize her. Martin has many commonly used catchphrases on the show, from "Get to steppin" (when ousting guests from his apartment) and "Damn that, Gina!" (dismissing his wife's ideas) to "Damn, Damn, Daaamn!" (disappointment, a reference to Good Times), etc.

Family, Friends & Other[]

Gina Waters-Payne - (wife)[]

Tommy Strawn - (best friend)[]

Cole Brown- (best friend)[]

Pam James -(enemy)[]

Enda Payne ''mama'' payne (mother)

daddy Payne (father)

Edna Payne (grandmother)

Martin's brothers or sisters

Martin's aunt (aunt)