BRINGING OUT THE DEAD
VING RHAMES (Marcus) gained national
prominence for his chilling portrayal of a shadowy drug dealer in Quentin
Tarantino's critically lauded film "Pulp Fiction." From there, he
starred in "Mission Impossible." Among Rhames other film credits
inlclude: "Out of Sight," directed by Steven Soderbergh,
"Entrapment," "Con Air," opposite Nicholas Cage and John
Malkovich, "Rosewood," "Dangerous Ground," Ivan Reitman's
"Dave," opposite Kevin Kline, "The Saint of Fort Washington,
"Jacob's Ladder," "Drop Squad," "The Long Walk
Home," opposite Whoopi Goldberg and Sissy Spacek, "Flight of The
Intruder," "Kiss of Death" and "Patty Hearst."
Born and raised in Harlem, Rhames attended the High School of The Performing
Arts, made famous by the hit movie "Fame" and went on to graduate from
the world renowned "The Julliard School" where he majored in drama.
His work in theater includes the Broadway production "The Boys of
Winter," and such off-Broadway shows as "Map of The World,"
"Short Eyes," "Richard III" and "Ascension Day."
On television, Rhames received critical praise, along with a Golden Globe
Awards and Emmy and SAG nominations for his riveting portrayal of Don King in
HBO's television film "Don King: Only in America."
Next Rhames will be seen in the upcoming "Mission Impossible II"
and is currently in development on "The Sonny Liston Project" with
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