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That was Montreal-born actor Benz Antoine in one of his earliest USA film industry roles.Since then, the son of a Haitian immigrants has been in some of Hollywood biggest movies including .with Ving Rhames, Aaliyah, Isaiah Washington, and Jet Li?Do you recall a scene where a character’s head was dipped in a barrel of vicious crabs?In 1998, Rhames won a Golden Globe for his performance in HBO miniseries Don King: Only in America but famously handed the award over to Jack Lemmon; the Hollywood Foreign Press Association made Rhames a duplicate.Ving Rhames will be back alongside Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg and Jeremy Renner in Mission: Impossible 5, it has been confirmed.A few years later, he turned into a cartoon character as the voice of Cobra Bubbles in the Disney animated film “Lilo & Stitch.” A role that rings true Soon the veteran actor, 53, will get to play a character very much like himself when he stars as trauma chief Dr. He’s a very no-nonsense guy who expects people to be proficient and honest.” “It’s not that huge a transformation of my inner being,” add Rhames, who says the character reflects elements of his own deep personal spiritual beliefs.Jorge “El Gato” Villanueva in “Monday Mornings,” which debuts Feb. “He’s similar to myself: straightforward, honest,” the actor says. “Monday Mornings” is based on the book by CNN medical correspondent Dr.
Henson) who became the first woman ever to coach a college men’s golf team.The sadness I feel is inexpressible.'Meanwhile actor Martin Lawrence, a close friend of the star, said: 'From the days of him doing security on the Martin show, to us working together on Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins I enjoyed working with him.He will be missed.' Duncan had a handful of minor roles before The Green Mile brought him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in 1999, but unfortunately he lost out to Michael Caine after the British legend won his second Oscar to The Cider House Rules.Cutting a path from Harlem to Hollywood, the 6-foot actor who’s built like an NFL lineman and speaks with a deep bass rumble proved intimidating as the villains Marsellus Wallace in “Pulp Fiction” and Nathan “Diamond Dog” Jones in “Con Air.” But Rhames can swing 180 degrees and play more likable characters, too, such as ace computer hacker Luther Stickell in the “Mission: Impossible” films.He played the title role in a 2005 revival of the lollypop-licking TV detective series “Kojak,” and he brought home a Golden Globe award in 1998 for best actor in a miniseries for his portrayal of real-life boxing promoter Don King.
In his home country Canada, he’s the award-nominated star of the popular detective show “19-2” on Bravo Canada, playing the ever astute character Tyler Joseph.