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CHI McBRIDE (Kenny) was most recently seen in Jerry Bruckheimer's "Gone in 60 Seconds," starring Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie. Earlier this year, Chi starred as Bundini Brown in the ABC Movie-of-the-Week "Muhammad Ali: King of the World," and he will be returning to the small screen this fall to head up the cast of "Boston Public," David E. Kelley's newest series for Fox.

Chi is well known for his role as the wisecracking, philosophical janitor on the NBC television series, "The John Larroquette Show." He also starred in a series of pilots, including "Odd Man Out" which he produced for CBS, and which was executive produced by Bill Cosby.

McBride's other feature film credits include "The Frighteners," "Hoodlum," and "Mercury Rising," as well as a cameo appearance opposite Alan Arkin in James Merendino's upcoming "Magicians." Chi received critical acclaim for his starring role in the Hudlin Brothers' production "Tang," a segment of HBO's "Cosmic Slop Trilogy."

Born and raised in Chicago, McBride has accomplished much and enjoyed great success in just the seven years that he has been working in the entertainment industry. When a producer offered to help him pursue his dream, he moved to Los Angeles and almost immediately landed a spot in the Fox Television movie "Revenge of the Nerds III" and made several appearances on the network's comedy series "In Living Color."

McBride made his feature film debut in "The Distinguished Gentleman" starring Eddie Murphy, and followed with roles in the Oscar®-nominated "What's Love Got To Do With It" and "The Great White Hype."

McBride also performed in the stage play "Nagasaki Sake" directed by Robert Downey Sr., in which he portrayed eight different complex characters.


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