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Born: January 19, 1971 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Writer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Dance Flick (2009)
A young street dancer, Thomas Uncles, from the wrong side of the tracks and a beautiful young woman, Megan White, are brought together by their passion for dancing and put to the test in the mother of all dance battles.
2.
Little Man (2006)
After several years in prison, a recently paroled tough-as-nails--though not-quite-three-foot-tall--jewel thief Calvin Sims decides it's time to retire from a life of crime, but not before pulling off one last big heist. A notorious crime boss has offered Calvin and his former partner Percy P $100,0
3.
White Chicks (2004) as Kevin Copeland
Despite their best efforts, agents Marcus and Kevin Copeland have worked their way down to the bottom of the FBI food chain. Their most recent bust was a failure and they are hanging onto their jobs by a thread. When a plot to kidnap spoiled socialite sisters Brittany and Tiffany Wilson is uncovered
4.
Scary Movie 2 (2001) as Ray
A follow-up spoof that picks up from where the original satire left off, taking aim at supernatural thrillers such as "The Exorcist" and "Stigmata" among others. This time around, Shorty, Ray, Cindy and Brenda are tricked by their professor into visiting a haunted house as part of a school project.
5.
Scary Movie (2000) as Ray
Teen horror movie spoof.
6.
New Blood (1999) as Valentine
A dying gangster, Danny, propositions his estranged father, Alan, to help him execute a double-cross on his boss. Alan goes along with his son's scheme, in exchange Danny provides the heart transplant Alan's daughter desperately needs to live.
7.
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996) as Ashtray
Once in a great while, a movie about America comes along that is so disturbing it makes us care. It makes us think. And it makes tons of money. From Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans, the creators of "In Living Color," comes a motion picture about two brothers trying to make a statement. They're discovering that justice isn't poetic. Jungle fever isn't always pretty. And higher learning can be a total waste of time. It's a world where family values are still cherished and a steady job is the key to the future. In the tradition of NAKED GUN, AIRPLANE and I'M GONNA GIT YOU SUCKA, DON'T BE A MENACE TO SOUTH CENTRAL WHILE DRINKING YOUR JUICE IN THE HOOD is a parody of 'hood movies of the last five years.
8.
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988) as Pedestrian
A man returns from Vietnam to his ghetto neighborhood, only to find it run by the neighborhood thugs.

Writer (feature film)

9.
Dance Flick (2009)
A young street dancer, Thomas Uncles, from the wrong side of the tracks and a beautiful young woman, Megan White, are brought together by their passion for dancing and put to the test in the mother of all dance battles.
10.
Scary Movie 4 (2006)
The ever-naïve Cindy Campbell, seeking a career in home healthcare, finds work with a creepy old lady in an even creepier old house haunted by a ghostly presence. Throw in a good-looking guy next door and the threat of aliens intent on global domination and Cindy's instantly up to the top of her extremely blond head in danger. Our fearless heroine catapults into action once again struggling to decipher ominous messages from the beyond, looking for love in some very weird places and trying to save the world from mass destruction. As she struggles to discover life-saving answers, Cindy encounters horrific plane crashes, bodacious blind girls, village idiots, disheveled rappers, kinky contraptions, psycho survivalists, alien sphincters and even Oprah!
11.
Little Man (2006)
After several years in prison, a recently paroled tough-as-nails--though not-quite-three-foot-tall--jewel thief Calvin Sims decides it's time to retire from a life of crime, but not before pulling off one last big heist. A notorious crime boss has offered Calvin and his former partner Percy P $100,0
12.
White Chicks (2004) as Story By
Despite their best efforts, agents Marcus and Kevin Copeland have worked their way down to the bottom of the FBI food chain. Their most recent bust was a failure and they are hanging onto their jobs by a thread. When a plot to kidnap spoiled socialite sisters Brittany and Tiffany Wilson is uncovered
13.
White Chicks (2004) as Screenwriter
Despite their best efforts, agents Marcus and Kevin Copeland have worked their way down to the bottom of the FBI food chain. Their most recent bust was a failure and they are hanging onto their jobs by a thread. When a plot to kidnap spoiled socialite sisters Brittany and Tiffany Wilson is uncovered
14.
Scary Movie 3 (2003) as Source Material (From Characters)
It all begins when roving reporter Cindy Campbell sets out to find a hard news story in the middle of television sweeps. She soon uncovers an outrageous onslaught of globe-threatening developments including alien invaders, killer videotapes, freaky crop circles, prophecies of The One, eerie-eyed children, ambitious white rappers and even a run-in with Michael Jackson. Faced with conspiracies of massive proportions, and a crew of very strange people following her around, Cindy must fight to stop evil from taking over the world yet again.
15.
Scary Movie 2 (2001) as Characters As Source Material
A follow-up spoof that picks up from where the original satire left off, taking aim at supernatural thrillers such as "The Exorcist" and "Stigmata" among others. This time around, Shorty, Ray, Cindy and Brenda are tricked by their professor into visiting a haunted house as part of a school project.
16.
Scary Movie 2 (2001) as Screenwriter
A follow-up spoof that picks up from where the original satire left off, taking aim at supernatural thrillers such as "The Exorcist" and "Stigmata" among others. This time around, Shorty, Ray, Cindy and Brenda are tricked by their professor into visiting a haunted house as part of a school project.
17.
Scary Movie (2000) as Screenwriter
Teen horror movie spoof.
18.
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996) as Screenwriter
Once in a great while, a movie about America comes along that is so disturbing it makes us care. It makes us think. And it makes tons of money. From Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans, the creators of "In Living Color," comes a motion picture about two brothers trying to make a statement. They're discovering that justice isn't poetic. Jungle fever isn't always pretty. And higher learning can be a total waste of time. It's a world where family values are still cherished and a steady job is the key to the future. In the tradition of NAKED GUN, AIRPLANE and I'M GONNA GIT YOU SUCKA, DON'T BE A MENACE TO SOUTH CENTRAL WHILE DRINKING YOUR JUICE IN THE HOOD is a parody of 'hood movies of the last five years.

Producer (feature film)

19.
Dance Flick (2009)
A young street dancer, Thomas Uncles, from the wrong side of the tracks and a beautiful young woman, Megan White, are brought together by their passion for dancing and put to the test in the mother of all dance battles.
20.
Little Man (2006)
After several years in prison, a recently paroled tough-as-nails--though not-quite-three-foot-tall--jewel thief Calvin Sims decides it's time to retire from a life of crime, but not before pulling off one last big heist. A notorious crime boss has offered Calvin and his former partner Percy P $100,0
21.
White Chicks (2004) as Producer
Despite their best efforts, agents Marcus and Kevin Copeland have worked their way down to the bottom of the FBI food chain. Their most recent bust was a failure and they are hanging onto their jobs by a thread. When a plot to kidnap spoiled socialite sisters Brittany and Tiffany Wilson is uncovered
22.
Scary Movie 2 (2001) as Co-Executive Producer
A follow-up spoof that picks up from where the original satire left off, taking aim at supernatural thrillers such as "The Exorcist" and "Stigmata" among others. This time around, Shorty, Ray, Cindy and Brenda are tricked by their professor into visiting a haunted house as part of a school project.
23.
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996) as Co-Executive Producer
Once in a great while, a movie about America comes along that is so disturbing it makes us care. It makes us think. And it makes tons of money. From Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans, the creators of "In Living Color," comes a motion picture about two brothers trying to make a statement. They're discovering that justice isn't poetic. Jungle fever isn't always pretty. And higher learning can be a total waste of time. It's a world where family values are still cherished and a steady job is the key to the future. In the tradition of NAKED GUN, AIRPLANE and I'M GONNA GIT YOU SUCKA, DON'T BE A MENACE TO SOUTH CENTRAL WHILE DRINKING YOUR JUICE IN THE HOOD is a parody of 'hood movies of the last five years.

Music (feature film)

24.
Dance Flick (2009)
A young street dancer, Thomas Uncles, from the wrong side of the tracks and a beautiful young woman, Megan White, are brought together by their passion for dancing and put to the test in the mother of all dance battles.
25.
Scary Movie (2000) as Song ("I'M The Killer")
Teen horror movie spoof.

Cast (special)

26.
2001 Teen Choice Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the Teen Choice Awards presentation, celebrating teens in film, television, music, sports and fashion -- as chosen by American teenagers.
27.
Teen Choice Presents: Teenapalooza (2001) as Host
Music concert featuring Sisqo, Shaggy, Eden's Crush, Dream and more. The program also features the announcement of the final nominees for the "Teen Choice Awards 2001."
28.
2001 MTV Movie Awards, The (2001) as Presenter
Coverage of the 2001 MTV Movie Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
29.
7th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the 7th annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards presentation, honoring leading men and women in film, music and video games, as voted by fans.
30.
2000 MTV Video Music Awards, The (2000) as Host
MTV's seventeenth annual music video awards show broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
31.
Canned Ham: Scary Movie (2000) as Interviewee
A behind-the-scenes look at the Keenen Ivory Wayans' film, "Scary Movie."
32.
2000 Teen Choice Awards, The (2000)
Coverage of the 2000 Teen Choice Awards from the Barker Airport Hanger in Santa Monica, California.
33.
Good Times: The E! True Hollywood Story (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary about the television series "Good Times," which aired on CBS from 1974 to 1979. By combining humor with social criticism, "Good Times" expanded the horizons of television and showcased a new interpretation of the black American family -- one that actually included a father. The sitcom hi
34.
Bremen Town Musicians: An Animated Special From The "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child" Series, The (1999) as Voice Of Bad Bobby
Four outcast animals journey to Bremen Town to pursue their dreams of becoming singers. When thieves Bad Bobby and Itch rob Farmer Farouk, the farmer replaces guard dog Hazel with a new puppy guard dog. Hazel decides to hit the road for Bremen Town to become a singer. Along the way, she meets up wit
35.
1999 World Music Awards, The (1999) as Presenter
Coverage of the 1999 World Music Awards presentation honoring the best-selling recording artists in the world from Monaco's Sporting Club.
36.
Comedy Central Presents Behind-the-Scenes at the American Comedy Awards (1999)
A behind-the-scenes look at comedians as they attend the rehearsal and party for "The 13th Annual American Comedy Awards" at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
37.
26th Annual American Music Awards, The (1999) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 26th annual American Music Awards.
38.
1999 Teen Choice Awards, The (1999)
Awards show honoring icons in film, television, music, sports and fashion, as chosen by American teenagers.
39.
Comics Come Home 4 (1998) as Host
Performance of standup comedy from the Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse in New York City, benefiting the United Negro College Fund.
40.
Nickelodeon's 11th Annual Kids' Choice Awards (1998) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 11th annual Kids' Choice Awards, in which kids vote for their favorite performers.
41.
American Comedy Honors (1997)
Presentation of the first annual American Comedy Honors saluting six contemporary stars who have made major contributions to the art of comedy.
42.
Welcome Home Animaniacs (1995)
Special previewing the Kids' WB! children's programming block. Also includes appearances by actors from The WB's primetime lineup.
43.
9th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1995)
A presentation of the 9th Annual American Comedy Awards, honoring the country's comedic talent in motion pictures, television and stand-up.
44.
44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Presenter
A live presentation of the 44th annual prime-time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.

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