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Born: July 23, 1972 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Appeared in several nationally broadcast commercials
1990:
Made TV debut alongside siblings as regular cast member on Fox's comedy variety series "In Living Color"
1992:
Made feature debut opposite brother Damon Wayans in "Mo' Money"
1994:
Featured in basketball drama "Above the Rim"
1995:
Co-created and co-starred with brother Shawn on sitcom "The Wayans Bros." (The WB)
1996:
First produced feature, "Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood"; also co-wrote and starred
1998:
Played lead in comedy "Senseless"
2000:
Co-wrote and co-starred as stoner Shorty Meeks in box-office hit "Scary Movie"
2000:
Offered a dramatic turn as a drug user in Darren Aronofsky's "Requiem for a Dream"
2001:
Again portrayed Shorty Meeks in "Scary Movie 2"
2004:
Joined Tom Hanks for the Coen brothers' remake of "The Ladykillers"
2004:
Co-wrote and co-starred with brother Shawn as FBI agents that go undercover as hotel heiresses in "White Chicks," directed by brother Keenen Ivory Wayans
2006:
Co-created (with Keenen and Shawn) the Nickelodeon animated series "Thugaboo"
2006:
Co-wrote and co-starred with brother Shawn in comedy "Little Man"; directed by Keenen
2007:
Featured in Eddie Murphy comedy vehicle "Norbit"
2009:
Co-produced and co-wrote "Dance Flick" with brothers; directed by nephew Damien Dante Wayans
2009:
Cast as Ripcord in big-screen version of "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra"
2013:
Starred in paranormal genre spoof "A Haunted House"; also co-wrote with Rick Alvarez

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