Omar was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He was named "Sexiest TV Neurologist"
Omar Epps' Salary: Love & Basketball (2000) $700,000
Omar claims he goes to strip clubs with his wife.
Omar was a backup dancer for Queen Latifah when he was 17 years old.
Omar won the 2005 NAACP Image Award — Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Omar would like to see his character Foreman on House go on a date.
Omar excelled in a brief recurring role as an emotionally stressed intern on E.R.
Omar has starred in two HBO Original movies First-Time Felon directed by Charles Roc Dutton and Deadly Voyage produced by Danny Glover.
It has been announced that Omar will be running as an independent in the 2008 presidential election.
Omar produced the movie First Time Felon.
Omar's mother raised him and his sister as a single parent after she separated from his father.
In the beginning of his career, Omar was frequently cast as sports heroes and troubled teenagers.
Omar's mother was an elementary school principal.
Omar's astrological sign is Leo.
Omar isn't a fan of the House scenes with blood in them. He is finding the sight of blood extremely nauseating - even though he knows it's fake.
Omar has his own record label named BKNYC Records.
Omar never did any boxing before the movie Against the Ropes (2004), where he played Luther Shaw (a raw street brute).
Omar has two children with Keisha Spivey.
Omar is left-handed.
Omar belongs to a rap group called Wolfpack. He formed it with his brother in 1991.
Omar appeared in Deborah Cox's music video for her song, Sentimental in 1995.
Omar attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and the Performing Arts in New York, New York.
Omar dated Sanaa Lathanin 2001.
Omar appears in Blackstreet's video, Before I Let You Go.
Omar's fiance, Keisha Spivey, gave birth to their first child in July 2004. Her name is K'mari Mae.
Omar was only seventeen when filming the movie Juice.
Omar co-starred with his ex-girlfriend, Sanaa Lathan in Love and Basketball.
Omar is 5'10" (177,5 cm).
Omar's childhood friend was actor Marlon Wayans. They are still friends.
Omar was featured in the video game: Def Jam Fight For New York.
Omar currently stars in the hit FOX show: House.
Omar began writing screenplays at the age of ten. But before that (at seven or eight) he was writing poetry, short stories.
Omar Epps: (On impressing his wife) I like catching her off guard. Last year for her birthday I gave her a five-figure shopping spree.
Omar Epps: Before ER a lot of people knew my name and some people knew my face. I saw big difference after ER, like, wow, I didn't know television was that powerful.
Omar Epps: The whole Black Hollywood thing doesn't exist for me anymore. Once someone says that to themselves, they subject themselves to those rules.
Omar Epps: The only limitations that I can have are the ones that I set on myself.
Omar Epps: People don't want to pay 8 or 9 dollars to go see a problem that they have in their life, on screen. They pay to get away from that. That's why they watch soap operas.
Omar Epps: I've been writing since I was a kid. Short stories, poetry, and all of that, and acting is just an extension of that. It just came naturally. So it's coming full circle.
Omar Epps: (Newsday, 1999) I'm going to be the first black President of the United States. If Reagan can do it, I know I can.
Omar Epps: I'm an avid fan of boxing, so the eagerness was there, the desirewas there but I dunno...physically, this was the most I ever put my body through.
Omar Epps: I believe sucess is preparation because opportunity is going to knock on your door sooner or later but are you prepared to answer that?