1968 – He was born on the 10th day of April this year in Mobile, Alabama, USA.
1986 – He graduated from Mauldin High, Mauldin SC.
1990 – He graduated from the College of Charleston, Charleston SC.
1992 - He took a place on Fox's network roster working on the sitcom "Roc" as a writer and executive story editor.
1994 – He became a host of the daily music magazine series "Sound fX", on the Fox cable outlet FX. From there he landed a regular role on the especially irreverent sketch comedy series "Mad TV",
1997 – He lenses a featured role as a brush salesman caught in the crossfire of a vampire battle in "From Dusk till Dawn 3.
1998 – He was starred in the film “Woo” this year.
1999 – In Mike Judge's live-action directorial debut "Office Space" , he co-starred fellow former "Mad TV" cast member David Herman.
2000 – He took on roles in two sports-themed features set in the recent past in "The Replacements" (set during the 1987 NFL strike) and in "New Jersey Turnpikes".
2002 – He portrayed a band director (at the fictional Atlanta A & T University) out to prove that he has the best band/drum line that the historical black colleges and universities have to offer in the drama "Drum line."
2003 – He joined Laurence Fishbone and Derek Luke for the much expected motorcycle drama "Biker Boyz,”
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