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LARENZ TATE (Ford Lincoln Mercury) most recently starred in the critically lauded "love jones," directed by Theodore Witcher. Tate made his motion-picture debut in the Hughes brothers' film, "Menace II Society," followed by a starring role in Matty Rich's comedy "The Inkwell." He rejoined the Hughes brothers to play an aggrieved Vietnam veteran in 1995's hit drama, "Dead Presidents."

Upon completing his work in "The Postman," Tate began a starring role as the late pop singer Frankie Lymon in Warner Bros.' "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?," in which he stars with Halle Berry, Vivica A. Fox and Lela Rochon for director Gregory Nava.

Tate's television series experience includes a regular role as Andre Black in Fox's "South Central" and other regular roles on CBS' "The Royal Family" and NBC's "New Attitudes." He guest-starred on "Family Matters," "Frank's Place," "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," "Matlock," "21 Jump Street" and "The Wonder Years." His credits in telefilms include "Speeds of Tragedy" and "The Women of Brewster Place."

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