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BERNIE MAC (Dollar Bill) has been entertaining audiences nationwide with his comedic talents for nearly three decades. He has successfully made the transition from stand-up to acting with a long list of films to his credit, such as Spike Lee's Get On the Bus, Friday, Mo' Money, House Party 3, Above the Rim, Don't Be a Menace to South Central, B.A.P.S. and Who's The Man? Most recently, he appeared in Bill Bellamy's How To Be A Player.

He continues to attract fans with his thought-provoking, hard-hitting comedy shows which have been playing to packed houses for seven years. One of his most popular shows, the "Who Ya Wit!" tour, features the 10-piece Mac Man Band, The Mac-A-Roni Dancers and The Mac Man, himself. He also produced the "Midnight Mac" tour with such artists as singer/actress Vesta Williams, Jazz vocalist Rachelle Farrell and world-renowned keyboardist Roy Ayers.

For television, he has appeared on "The Jenny Jones Show," "Arsenio Hall," "Def Comedy Jam," "Moesha," "Vibe," and as guest host on NBC's "Later." In addition, his HBO variety show, "Midnight Mac" was nominated for a Cable Ace Award.

Mac began his career in Chicago, where he became a favorite at the local clubs. In 1990, he won the Miller Lite Comedy Search, which led to gigs as the opening act for such performers as the late Redd Foxx, Dionne Warwick and Natalie Cole, among others.

He created the "Bernie Mac Comedy and Jazz Showcase" at Milt Treiner's nightclub in Chicago in 1995 as a showcase for aspiring comedians and singers. He is also active in Chicago's D.A.R.E program, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago and several children's hospitals.


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