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Born: October 17, 1972 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: St Joseph, Missouri, USA Profession: Music ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap (2012)
This exploration of hip hop shows us how this music of the street has come to dominate the world.
2.
Funny People (2009)
George Simmons is a famous stand-up comedian, who learns that he has a terminal illness and less than a year to live. When, he meets Ira, a struggling comedian at a comedy club where both the comedians are performing, George hires Ira to be his personal assistant and opening act at his performances. The two forge a close friendship as George helps Ira with his career and Ira helps George find closure in his legacy. However, when George learns that his disease has gone into remission and an ex-girlfriend re-enters his life, he's inspired to reevaluate what is important to him and what truly gives meaning to his life.
3.
8 Mile (2002) as Jimmy Smith, Jr
No matter who we are, no matter where we live, we're all bound by borders. Many of us are content to live within these borders--others are simply forced to exist within them. But some of us need to break out, burst through, even if what is on the other side is both frightening and unknown. From this comes the tale of one young man's dilemma as he navigates his way through his colliding worlds. Set against Detroit's hip-hop scene in 1995, Jimmy Smith Jr., a young white rapper, struggles to find his voice. The people of Detroit know 8 Mile Road as the city's perimeter. It is also a psychological dividing line between urban and suburban, between black and white, between where Jimmy is and where he wants to be. Here, survival is key, and for many, the emotional life preserver is hip hop. In the absence of nurturing parents, Jimmy and his friends--cool and charasmatic Future, optimistic dreamer Sol, aspiring activist DJ Iz and slow but steady Cheddar Bob--have created their own family. Jimmy and his "crew" (Three One Third), live on hopes of getting their "big break" while struggling to eke out a living at their dead end day jobs. At night, they feed their dreams in the hip hop clubs where the city's best rappers battle each other with abusive rhymes that are wielded like weapons. Here, words are meant to wound and victory belongs to the quick-witted.
4.
Da Hip Hop Witch (1999)
In December of 1989, in the Newark Projects, there were a series of unsolved attacks and one murder. Residents claimed that it was an angry spirit, who became known as the "Black Witch of the Projects." Ten years later the attacks began again. This time occuring in every inner city project and on th

Music (feature film)

5.
Project X (2012)
When three high school seniors try to make a name for themselves by throwing an unforgettable house party, dreams are ruined, records blemished, and legends are born.
6.
21 Jump Street (2012)
When new police officers Schmidt and Jenko join the secret Jump Street unit and use their youthful appearances to go undercover in a local high school, their teenage issues return.
7.
Project X (2012)
When three high school seniors try to make a name for themselves by throwing an unforgettable house party, dreams are ruined, records blemished, and legends are born.
8.
21 Jump Street (2012)
When new police officers Schmidt and Jenko join the secret Jump Street unit and use their youthful appearances to go undercover in a local high school, their teenage issues return.
9.
This Is 40 (2012)
Debbie and Pete, faced with turning 40, attempt to reinvent their lives.
10.
Real Steel (2011)
In the near future, when boxing has gone high-tech with steel robots, a washed-up fighter teams up with his estranged son to build and train a championship contender, and together they get one last shot at a comeback.
11.
Real Steel (2011)
In the near future, when boxing has gone high-tech with steel robots, a washed-up fighter teams up with his estranged son to build and train a championship contender, and together they get one last shot at a comeback.
12.
Fast Five (2011)
Fugitive Dom Toretto partners with former cop Brian O'Conner on the opposite side of the law in Rio de Janeiro. There they are hunted by a U.S. strike force led by its toughest agent. Now, they must pull off one last job to gain their freedom.
13.
Alpha Dog (2006)
Story based on the life of Jesse James Hollywood, the youngest man to ever be on the F.B.I.'s most wanted list.
14.
Alpha Dog (2006)
Story based on the life of Jesse James Hollywood, the youngest man to ever be on the F.B.I.'s most wanted list.
15.
Longest Yard, The (2005) as Song Performer ("My Ballz")
When former NFL player Paul Crewe is sent to prison, the warden forces him to transform a diverse group of inmates into a football team. Unlikely teammates, the convicts unite when they find out who they are playing: the guards. With the help of fellow inmates Nate Scarborough and Caretaker, Crewe promises the cons a chance to exact revenge in a bone-crushing showdown where anything goes.
16.
Longest Yard, The (2005) as Song ("My Ballz")
When former NFL player Paul Crewe is sent to prison, the warden forces him to transform a diverse group of inmates into a football team. Unlikely teammates, the convicts unite when they find out who they are playing: the guards. With the help of fellow inmates Nate Scarborough and Caretaker, Crewe promises the cons a chance to exact revenge in a bone-crushing showdown where anything goes.
17.
Fantastic Four (2005)
Four people with recently acquired special powers gained while on a space station, return to earth to fight off a similarly-enhanced villain set to destroy the earth.
18.
Cradle 2 the Grave (2003) as Music Producer ("Go To Sleep")
Leader. Thief. Warrior. Father. Armed with a potent combination of charisma, street smarts and martial arts expertise, Tony Fait navigates the menace of the urban landscape with passionate precision, taking care of business and his fiercely loyal crew of professionals with a dedication surpassed only by his love for his young daughter Vanessa. After pulling off a complex heist involving a cache of black diamonds, Fait quickly comes fist-to-fist with Su, a Taiwanese government agent who has pursued the extraordinary stones halfway across the world. As lethal as he is relentless, Su isn't just hunting down diamonds--he's hunting the ruthless Ling, his former partner, who kidnaps Fait's daughter in a ploy to exchange her for the stolen jewels. But when word hits the street that Fait stashed the stones with his fence Archie, the diamonds promptly wind up in the hands of a powerful crime lord. His back to the wall, Fait mobilizes his crew, suspends his strict no-guns policy and prepares to unleash every force at his disposal to save his daughter. But only Su knows Ling well enough to anticipate his every move--and after he dispenses with Ling's operatives, Su could be his best hope for bringing Vanessa home alive. Adversaries by code but allied by circumstance, the master thief and the enigmatic agent join forces to wage war on their common enemy: Su to exact revenge against the man who once tried to take his life, and Fait to rescue Vanessa, the one person that he cannot live without.
19.
Cradle 2 the Grave (2003) as Song Performer ("Go To Sleep")
Leader. Thief. Warrior. Father. Armed with a potent combination of charisma, street smarts and martial arts expertise, Tony Fait navigates the menace of the urban landscape with passionate precision, taking care of business and his fiercely loyal crew of professionals with a dedication surpassed only by his love for his young daughter Vanessa. After pulling off a complex heist involving a cache of black diamonds, Fait quickly comes fist-to-fist with Su, a Taiwanese government agent who has pursued the extraordinary stones halfway across the world. As lethal as he is relentless, Su isn't just hunting down diamonds--he's hunting the ruthless Ling, his former partner, who kidnaps Fait's daughter in a ploy to exchange her for the stolen jewels. But when word hits the street that Fait stashed the stones with his fence Archie, the diamonds promptly wind up in the hands of a powerful crime lord. His back to the wall, Fait mobilizes his crew, suspends his strict no-guns policy and prepares to unleash every force at his disposal to save his daughter. But only Su knows Ling well enough to anticipate his every move--and after he dispenses with Ling's operatives, Su could be his best hope for bringing Vanessa home alive. Adversaries by code but allied by circumstance, the master thief and the enigmatic agent join forces to wage war on their common enemy: Su to exact revenge against the man who once tried to take his life, and Fait to rescue Vanessa, the one person that he cannot live without.
20.
8 Mile (2002) as Music Arranger
No matter who we are, no matter where we live, we're all bound by borders. Many of us are content to live within these borders--others are simply forced to exist within them. But some of us need to break out, burst through, even if what is on the other side is both frightening and unknown. From this comes the tale of one young man's dilemma as he navigates his way through his colliding worlds. Set against Detroit's hip-hop scene in 1995, Jimmy Smith Jr., a young white rapper, struggles to find his voice. The people of Detroit know 8 Mile Road as the city's perimeter. It is also a psychological dividing line between urban and suburban, between black and white, between where Jimmy is and where he wants to be. Here, survival is key, and for many, the emotional life preserver is hip hop. In the absence of nurturing parents, Jimmy and his friends--cool and charasmatic Future, optimistic dreamer Sol, aspiring activist DJ Iz and slow but steady Cheddar Bob--have created their own family. Jimmy and his "crew" (Three One Third), live on hopes of getting their "big break" while struggling to eke out a living at their dead end day jobs. At night, they feed their dreams in the hip hop clubs where the city's best rappers battle each other with abusive rhymes that are wielded like weapons. Here, words are meant to wound and victory belongs to the quick-witted.
21.
8 Mile (2002) as Music Producer ("8 Mile"); Music Producer ("Lose Yourself")
No matter who we are, no matter where we live, we're all bound by borders. Many of us are content to live within these borders--others are simply forced to exist within them. But some of us need to break out, burst through, even if what is on the other side is both frightening and unknown. From this comes the tale of one young man's dilemma as he navigates his way through his colliding worlds. Set against Detroit's hip-hop scene in 1995, Jimmy Smith Jr., a young white rapper, struggles to find his voice. The people of Detroit know 8 Mile Road as the city's perimeter. It is also a psychological dividing line between urban and suburban, between black and white, between where Jimmy is and where he wants to be. Here, survival is key, and for many, the emotional life preserver is hip hop. In the absence of nurturing parents, Jimmy and his friends--cool and charasmatic Future, optimistic dreamer Sol, aspiring activist DJ Iz and slow but steady Cheddar Bob--have created their own family. Jimmy and his "crew" (Three One Third), live on hopes of getting their "big break" while struggling to eke out a living at their dead end day jobs. At night, they feed their dreams in the hip hop clubs where the city's best rappers battle each other with abusive rhymes that are wielded like weapons. Here, words are meant to wound and victory belongs to the quick-witted.
22.
8 Mile (2002) as Song Performer ("8 Mile"); Song Performer ("Lose Yourself")
No matter who we are, no matter where we live, we're all bound by borders. Many of us are content to live within these borders--others are simply forced to exist within them. But some of us need to break out, burst through, even if what is on the other side is both frightening and unknown. From this comes the tale of one young man's dilemma as he navigates his way through his colliding worlds. Set against Detroit's hip-hop scene in 1995, Jimmy Smith Jr., a young white rapper, struggles to find his voice. The people of Detroit know 8 Mile Road as the city's perimeter. It is also a psychological dividing line between urban and suburban, between black and white, between where Jimmy is and where he wants to be. Here, survival is key, and for many, the emotional life preserver is hip hop. In the absence of nurturing parents, Jimmy and his friends--cool and charasmatic Future, optimistic dreamer Sol, aspiring activist DJ Iz and slow but steady Cheddar Bob--have created their own family. Jimmy and his "crew" (Three One Third), live on hopes of getting their "big break" while struggling to eke out a living at their dead end day jobs. At night, they feed their dreams in the hip hop clubs where the city's best rappers battle each other with abusive rhymes that are wielded like weapons. Here, words are meant to wound and victory belongs to the quick-witted.
23.
8 Mile (2002) as Song ("8 Mile"); Song ("Lose Yourself")
No matter who we are, no matter where we live, we're all bound by borders. Many of us are content to live within these borders--others are simply forced to exist within them. But some of us need to break out, burst through, even if what is on the other side is both frightening and unknown. From this comes the tale of one young man's dilemma as he navigates his way through his colliding worlds. Set against Detroit's hip-hop scene in 1995, Jimmy Smith Jr., a young white rapper, struggles to find his voice. The people of Detroit know 8 Mile Road as the city's perimeter. It is also a psychological dividing line between urban and suburban, between black and white, between where Jimmy is and where he wants to be. Here, survival is key, and for many, the emotional life preserver is hip hop. In the absence of nurturing parents, Jimmy and his friends--cool and charasmatic Future, optimistic dreamer Sol, aspiring activist DJ Iz and slow but steady Cheddar Bob--have created their own family. Jimmy and his "crew" (Three One Third), live on hopes of getting their "big break" while struggling to eke out a living at their dead end day jobs. At night, they feed their dreams in the hip hop clubs where the city's best rappers battle each other with abusive rhymes that are wielded like weapons. Here, words are meant to wound and victory belongs to the quick-witted.
24.
8 Mile (2002) as Original Music
No matter who we are, no matter where we live, we're all bound by borders. Many of us are content to live within these borders--others are simply forced to exist within them. But some of us need to break out, burst through, even if what is on the other side is both frightening and unknown. From this comes the tale of one young man's dilemma as he navigates his way through his colliding worlds. Set against Detroit's hip-hop scene in 1995, Jimmy Smith Jr., a young white rapper, struggles to find his voice. The people of Detroit know 8 Mile Road as the city's perimeter. It is also a psychological dividing line between urban and suburban, between black and white, between where Jimmy is and where he wants to be. Here, survival is key, and for many, the emotional life preserver is hip hop. In the absence of nurturing parents, Jimmy and his friends--cool and charasmatic Future, optimistic dreamer Sol, aspiring activist DJ Iz and slow but steady Cheddar Bob--have created their own family. Jimmy and his "crew" (Three One Third), live on hopes of getting their "big break" while struggling to eke out a living at their dead end day jobs. At night, they feed their dreams in the hip hop clubs where the city's best rappers battle each other with abusive rhymes that are wielded like weapons. Here, words are meant to wound and victory belongs to the quick-witted.
25.
8 Mile (2002) as Composer
No matter who we are, no matter where we live, we're all bound by borders. Many of us are content to live within these borders--others are simply forced to exist within them. But some of us need to break out, burst through, even if what is on the other side is both frightening and unknown. From this comes the tale of one young man's dilemma as he navigates his way through his colliding worlds. Set against Detroit's hip-hop scene in 1995, Jimmy Smith Jr., a young white rapper, struggles to find his voice. The people of Detroit know 8 Mile Road as the city's perimeter. It is also a psychological dividing line between urban and suburban, between black and white, between where Jimmy is and where he wants to be. Here, survival is key, and for many, the emotional life preserver is hip hop. In the absence of nurturing parents, Jimmy and his friends--cool and charasmatic Future, optimistic dreamer Sol, aspiring activist DJ Iz and slow but steady Cheddar Bob--have created their own family. Jimmy and his "crew" (Three One Third), live on hopes of getting their "big break" while struggling to eke out a living at their dead end day jobs. At night, they feed their dreams in the hip hop clubs where the city's best rappers battle each other with abusive rhymes that are wielded like weapons. Here, words are meant to wound and victory belongs to the quick-witted.
26.
Bully (2001)
Based on the true-life murder of Bobby Kent, a Hollywood, Florida teenager who was murdered by his own circle of friends once they tired of being bullied around by him: Best friend Marty is stuck in a complex and abusive relationship with Bobby, and his girlfriend Lisa urges him to stand up for hims
27.
Bones (2001) as Song ("These Drugs")
It's 1979 and Jimmy Bones is a legendary patron in his thriving urban neighborhood. Handsome and respected, Bones is unexpectedly betrayed and murdered by those closest to him for refusing to deal crack cocaine to his people. Flash forward to the present day. Crime and drugs have crumbled the neighborhood. Bones' once elegant brownstone, the dwelling in which he was brutally killed, remains standing but has become decrepit. As fate would have it, the sons of Bones' old friend Jeremiah, one of those who betrayed him, have returned to the old neighborhood to open an after-hours nightclub, buying the gothic structure where Jimmy Bones still lies buried in the basement. No sooner do they cross the threshold of the cursed edifice than a series of strange and unexplainably terrifying events begin to take place, and soon it becomes shockingly clear that Jimmy Bones is staging a comeback... and he's hell-bent on revenge, intent on tracking down and visiting vengeance upon all those who betrayed him.
28.
Next Friday (2000) as Song Performer ("Murder Murder")
An inner city youth must move to the suburbs to escape trouble from his neighborhood. Sequel.
29.
Scary Movie (2000) as Song Performer ("Scary Movies" (Featuring Bad Meets Evil & Royce 5'9"))
Teen horror movie spoof.

Cast (special)

30.
This Is My Band D12 (2004)
Eminem and the rest of D12 celebrate the release of the D12 album in Las Vegas.
31.
2003 MTV Movie Awards, The (2003)
Coverage of the 12th Annual 2003 MTV Movie Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
32.
MTV Bash (2003)
A comedy roast, MTV-style, that will center on TRL host Carson Daly.
33.
2003 MTV Video Music Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Live telecast of the 2003 MTV Music Video Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City, the twentieth anniversary of the show.
34.
MTV Soundtrack: Tupac: Resurrection (2003) as Interviewee
An inside look at the making of the movie soundtrack Tupac: Resurrection that highlights the beginning and end of Tupac Shakur's recording life.
35.
Tupac: Resurrection MTV Movie Special (2003) as Interviewee
A look at the upcoming documentary film about rapper/actor Tupac Shakur, specifically through interviews with people influenced by him.
36.
Snoop to the Extreme (2003) as Interviewee
A collected look at moments in the life of Snoop Dogg from various television appearances starting from his beginnings.
37.
Weird Al Presents: Al TV (2003) as "Interviewee"
Weird Al spins interviews with popular music celebrities (including Avril Lavigne) with his own personal flair and shares bits of his song parodies in support of his new album Poodle Hat.
38.
45th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2003) as Performer ("Lose Yourself")
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music features performances by John Mayer, Norah Jones, Avril Lavigne, Bruce Sprinsteen and the E Street Band, No Doubt, Eminem, Coldplay and Faith Hill.
39.
Eminem in Concert (2001)
Eminem performs in concert from Los Angeles, California.
40.
Source Hip-Hop Music Awards 2001, The (2001)
Celebrities from the worlds of music, film, television and sports come together to celebrate America's hip-hop music genre and to present awards to winners in categories including Artist of the Year, Group of the Year and Album of the Year.
41.
When Hate Goes Pop (2001) as Interviewee
Special that looks at pop culture -- from "South Park" to "Scary Movie" -- and questions whether they cross the line into discrimination. After using these cultural examples as a starting point, the program explores the various ways the audience experiences these contradictions (they love Eminem, bu
42.
43rd Annual Grammy Awards, The (2001)
Live coverage of the 43rd annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
43.
When Lyrics Attack (2000) as Interviewee
MTV News examines the controversial issue of lyrical content, its purported impact on listeners and artist responsiblity. Recording artists, including Eminem, are interviewed on this topic. Activists from organizations such as the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and the National
44.
2000 MTV Movie Awards, The (2000)
Coverage of the ninth annual MTV Movie Awards.
45.
2000 MTV Video Music Awards, The (2000) as Performer
MTV's seventeenth annual music video awards show broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
46.
27th Annual American Music Awards, The (2000)
Presentation of the American Music Awards honoring the top artists in all forms of music.
47.
SOURCE HIP-HOP MUSIC AWARDS THE (2000)
Coverage of the second annual awards show dedicated to the hip-hop music genre from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.
48.
Greatest Rock & Roll Moments: 2000 (2000) as Interviewee
Special featuring the greatest moments of music caught on television in the year 2000.
49.
SOURCE HIP-HOP MUSIC AWARDS, THE (1999) as Presenter
The first annual Hip-Hop Music Awards ceremony with nominees chosen by the editors of "The Source" magazine. Telecast from the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
50.
1999 MTV Video Music Awards, The (1999)
MTV's 16th annual video awards show broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.

Music (special)

51.
2002 MTV Video Music Awards, The (2002) as Music Performer
Live telecast of the 2002 MTV Music Video Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
52.
2002 MTV Europe Music Awards, The (2002) as Song Performer
Coverage of the 2002 MTV Europe Music Awards presentation from the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain.
53.
Source Hip-Hop Music Awards 2001, The (2001) as Song Performer
Celebrities from the worlds of music, film, television and sports come together to celebrate America's hip-hop music genre and to present awards to winners in categories including Artist of the Year, Group of the Year and Album of the Year.
54.
Eminem in Concert (2001) as Song Performer
Eminem performs in concert from Los Angeles, California.
55.
43rd Annual Grammy Awards, The (2001) as Song Performer ("Stan")
Live coverage of the 43rd annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
56.
27th Annual American Music Awards, The (2000) as Song Performer
Presentation of the American Music Awards honoring the top artists in all forms of music.
57.
2000 MTV Video Music Awards, The (2000) as Song Performer ("The Real Slim Shady" "The Way I Am")
MTV's seventeenth annual music video awards show broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
58.
1999 MTV Video Music Awards, The (1999) as Song Performer
MTV's 16th annual video awards show broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.

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