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BIKER BOYZ

ORLANDO JONES (Soul Train) made his feature film acting debut in Barry Levinson's acclaimed drama "Liberty Heights.” He most recently starred in the film "Drumline,” set in the world of Black college marching bands.

"Biker Boyz” marks a reunion for Jones with Reggie Rock Bythewood and Gina Prince-Bythewood, with whom he worked as a writer on the sitcom "A Different World.”

His additional film credits include the recent remake of "The Time Machine,” Ivan Reitman's sci-fi comedy "Evolution,” the football-themed comedy "The Replacements,” "Office Space,” "Say It Isn't So” and "Double Take.”

Starting this June, Jones will be hosting his own late-night talk show on F/X. He began his performing career as an original cast member of the Fox sketch comedy series "Mad TV,” where he spent two seasons.

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