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LELA ROCHON (Emira Eagle) was most recently seen in the
critically praised "The Big Hit," with Mark Wahlberg
and Lou Diamond Phillips, and "Gang Related," starring
Jim Belushi and the late Tupac Shakur. Before that, she starred
opposite Chris O'Donnell and Gene Hackman in "The Chamber."
Rochon earned critical and popular praise, as well as an MTV Movie
Award for Best Breakthrough Performance, for her starring role
in the hit "Waiting to Exhale."
Rochon made her film debut in "Harlem Nights" opposite
Eddie Murphy and appeared with him again in "Boomerang."
On television, she starred opposite Timothy Hutton in Showtime's
"Mr. and Mrs. Loving," and in the Emmy-nominated ABC
telefilm ''The Ruby Bridges Story."
Rochon began her acting career while still enrolled in college,
appearing in music videos for Lionel Ritchie and Luther Vandross.
She made her television debut in ABC's "A Bunny's Tale";
her other early TV appearances include roles in "The Fresh
Prince of Bel-Air," "Roc," "Hangin' With Mr.
Cooper," "Homefront" and HBO's "Tales From
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