Anthony Anderson

Anthony Anderson and his ex-wife, Alvina Anderson, have finally settled their divorce nearly 19 months after their second split and it’s going to cost the “Black-ish” star over $4 million dollars. 

Divorce Settlement

According to The Blast, Anthony and Alvina reached a spousal support agreement that includes a one-time equalization payment of $4,303.448, which is due within the next 10 days. 

In addition to the lump sum payment, Anthony will by paying Alvina Anderson $20,000 in monthly spousal support. 

If the actor makes more than $2 million annually, he must pay Alvina 20 percent of that gross amount, which would increase her payments to $400,000 a month.

Per the court documents, Anthony Anderson will keep their Encino home and a 2004 Land Rover. 

Alvina will keep their home in Houston and a 2022 Mazda. 

The former couple will sell their cemetery plot at Inglewood Park Cemetery and split the precedes. 

Anthony is also in possession of a Glock 19 firearm that is registered to Alvina. 

He must turn in the weapon to law enforcement within 30 days.

Anthony Anderson & Alvina Anderson’s Relationship Timeline

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Anthony Anderson and Alvina Stewart tied the knot on September 11, 1999.

In an interview with Parade, the “To Tell The Truth” host shared the story of how they met. 

My sophomore year, her freshman year, I knew a girl who lived in the apartment, so I went to knock on the door to invite her to this party that me and my buddies were having.

My wife answered the door. I was like, ‘I was coming to invite Stacey to this party we’re having.’ Stacey didn’t show up, but my wife did – and we have been together ever since that night.

And I was just me: I got there early, she didn’t see nobody else, she was, ‘All right, I’m gonna rock out with this dude!’

Anthony added, “We got married on our 10-year anniversary. She’s quiet, I’m loud. Opposites attract.”

During their union they welcomed two children, a daughter Kyra Anderson, now 27, and a son Nathan Anderson, now 22. 

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In 2015, Alvina filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. 

She listed their date of separation as April 1, 2014, and she requested spousal support. 

Two years later, Alvina had a change of heart and filed to dismiss the divorce petition in January 2017. 

Alvina Anderson would later file for divorce a second time on March 25, 2022, and she meant it this time. 

She asked for spousal support and for Anthony to pay her attorney’s fees. 

Anthony Anderson responded to the divorce petition listing their date of separation as February 25, 2022, and cited irreconcilable differences for the demise of their union.

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Source: The Blast & People Magazine

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