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JOHN SINGLETON made a searing film debut with "Boyz N the Hood," which brought him the distinction of being the youngest individual and the first African-American ever nominated for an Academy Award® as Best Director. His work also earned him a separate nomination for Best Screenplay, as well as the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best New Director. "Boyz N the Hood" went on to become one of the highest-grossing films in history to have been directed by an African-American.

Singleton followed this remarkable debut by writing and directing the inner-city drama "Poetic Justice," which starred Janet Jackson and the late Tupac Shakur. He also wrote and directed the collegiate drama "Higher Learning," starring Laurence Fishburne, Ice Cube and Michael Rappaport.

Singleton's next film was the acclaimed "Rosewood," based on a true story of a massacre in a small Florida town in the 1920s. Nominated for a Golden Bear Award at the Berlin International Film Festival, "Rosewood" starred Jon Voight, Ving Rhames and Don Cheadle. He also produced "Woo," starring Jada Pinkett.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Singleton attended the University of Southern California and majored in film writing.

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