Laverne Cox’s twin brother is revealed to be M Lamar in ABC’s Claim to Fame

Laverne Cox’s twin brother is revealed to be M Lamar in ABC’s Claim to Fame… while calling the OITNB star “the most extraordinary person I’ve ever met”.

M Lamar revealed he is the twin brother of Emmy-nominated actress Laverne Cox on Monday’s ABC series Claim To Fame.

M Lamar – who was identified as “X” on the series – praised the 50-year-old Orange Is the New Black star after his departure from the series.

“I have so much respect for my sister,” he said. “I’ve never really spoken about her, but since she’s the reason I’m here, I want to say in front of the whole world: I love her so much.

Cox was spotted at an event in NYC last week

The latest: M Lamar, 50, emerged to reveal on Monday’s ABC series Claim To Fame that he is the twin brother of Emmy-nominated actress Laverne Cox

“I think she’s the most extraordinary person I’ve ever met. She has endured and continues to endure all manner of insanity; She continues to stand and lead with so much dignity and pride and is an inspiration to so many people.

M Lamar said Cox’s success, who played Sophia Burset in the Netflix hit, is “so much bigger than her,” noting the many doors her rise has opened.

“The number of black trans actresses that are on the covers of magazines, that are on TV shows, none of that existed before my sister,” he said. “And I just want to thank her and commend her.”

M Lamar, who grew up in Mobile, Alabama with the Inventing Anna star, had two appearances each in Orange Is the New Black in 2013 and 2015.

M Lamar - who was identified as

M Lamar – who was identified as “X” on the series – praised the Orange Is the New Black star after his departure from the series

M Lamar called his twin siblings 'the most extraordinary person I've ever met'

M Lamar called his twin siblings ‘the most extraordinary person I’ve ever met’

M Lamar said that Cox's success is

M Lamar said that Cox’s success is “so much bigger than her,” noting the many doors her rise to stardom has opened for black trans actresses

He has a background in music and art, as he describes himself in a biography on his website as “a composer who works in the fields of opera, metal, performance, video, sculpture and installation to create expansive narratives of radical developments”. .

Cox took to Instagram with a clip of her twin brother’s appearance on the show, saying she had “no words to express what his words” on the ABC show meant to her and that she was “immensely blessed” to have known him have their whole lives.

She added, “My brother’s love, support and advice is part of the reason I am who I am. And that reaffirms to me that there is a God, a higher power, a blessed force of energy greater than we are.”

Cox described her siblings as

Cox described her siblings as “brilliant, talented, charismatic, visionary, revolutionary”. [and] Genie’ in a reply on Instagram

Cox described her siblings as “brilliant, talented, charismatic, visionary, revolutionary”. [and] Genius.’

Claim to Fame, hosted by Kevin and Frankie Jonas, features 12 celebrity relatives — who won’t reveal who they are related to — living together and trying to figure out their identities.

“Claim to Fame” airs Mondays at 10:9 a.m. on ABC.

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