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Born: November 18, 1970 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA Profession: Cast ...
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First tried stand-up at a talent competition in his native Indiana
1996:
Featured in actor Vin Diesel's directorial debut "Strays"
2001:
Lent his voice to a character in "Dr. Dolittle 2"
2002:
Reteamed with Ice Cube in the action comedy "All About the Benjamins"
2000:
Appeared in the Jamie Foxx actioner "Bait"
1995:
Began touring the Def Comedy Jam circuit
2005:
Cast as Ralph Kramden's best friend Ed Norton in the big-screen remake of "The Honeymooners"
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Moved to Atlanta, where he became a regular performer at the Comedy Act Theater
2007:
Co-starred with Don Cheadle and Cedric The Entertainer in "Talk To Me"
2000:
Had a cameo in "3 Strikes"
2009:
Co-starred in action comedy "Next Day Air"
2010:
Re-teamed with Ice Cube in the comedy "Lottery Ticket"
2012:
Co-starred opposite Jordin Sparks in musical drama "Sparkle," a remake of the 1976 film loosely based on the story of The Supremes
2013:
Reprised his role as Black Doug in "The Hangover Part III"
2016:
Played the role of Ron in "Fifty Shades of Grey" parody "Fifty Shades of Black"
2016:
Played the starring role in horror comedy "Meet the Blacks"
2014:
Played Julius in Starz TV drama "Survivor's Remorse"
2006:
Cast in the romantic comedy "Something New"
2003:
Co-starred in the comedy "The Fighting Temptations"
1999:
Guested on an episode of "The Sopranos" (HBO)
2002:
Made third collaboration with Ice Cube, co-starring in the sequel "Friday After Next"
2001:
Featured in the Harvard-set, marijuana-fueled comedy "How High" alongside rappers Method Man and Redman
2000:
Starred as Day-Day, Ice Cube's emasculated cousin in the comedy sequel "Next Friday"; improvised much of his performance
2008:
Co-starred in Malcolm D. Lee's ensemble comedy "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins"
2009:
Appeared in comedy hit "The Hangover"
2016:
Starred in ABC comedy "Uncle Buck"
2016:
Played legendary comedian Richard Pryor in Nina Simone biopic "Nina"

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