THE PLAYERS CLUB
ICE CUBE, (Writer/Director/Reggie) the multi-talented songwriter,
rap artist, screenwriter, actor and producer, makes his directorial
debut with The Players Club. He won the Chicago Film Critics
Award as Most Promising New Actor for his dramatic performance
as Dough Boy in John Singleton's Oscar-nominated Boyz 'n the Hood,
which was named after an early song written by Cube and his NWA
rap partner Dr. Dre.
Among his film credits, Cube starred in the hit comedy Friday,
which he also co-wrote and co-produced; Anaconda; Walter
Hill's action-adventure Trespass; The Glass Shield, directed
by pioneering black filmmaker Charles Burnett; and John Singleton's
As a solo artist, he has recorded such hit albums as "Lethal
Injection," "Bootlegs & B-Sides," "The
Predator" and "Amerikka's Most Wanted." He is also
a former founding member of the rap group NWA. In addition to
continuing his solo career, he has collaborated with Mack-10 and
WC (Westside Connection), whose most recent album, "Bow Down,"
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