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ORLANDO JONES (Dig McCaffey) recently starred in the comedies "Double Take," with Eddie Griffin' and "The Replacements," with Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman. Jones also starred in Barry Levinson's "Liberty Heights."

Forthcoming films include Ivan Reitman's "Evolution," in which Jones stars opposite David Duchovny and Julianne Moore for a June, 2001 release.

Jones's First job in Hollywood was as a writer for the NBC sitcom "A Different World." He then moved to Fox to write for "ROC Live" and later became a producer for the Fox series "The Sinbad Show," starring the comedian Sinbad.

After four years as a writer and producer, Jones segued to front-of-camera work when he joined the cast of Fox's sketch comedy show "Mad TV," where he spent two seasons.

Jones si also developing three feature film projects that he will write, star in, and produce: "The Reverend Pimp Daddy" (Columbia Pictures), "Redneck" (Columbia Pictures), and "Stickyfingers" (Universal Pictures).

Born in Mobile, Alabama, and raised in Greenville, South Carolina, Jones serves as the spokesperson for 7UP.

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