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MICHAEL CLARKE DUNCAN stars as Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, a massively muscled underworld figure. Duncan starred opposite The Rock in the action adventure blockbuster "The Scorpion King," a spin-off of the international blockbuster franchise "The Mummy." He next stars in the fantasy film "George and the Dragon" with Patrick Swayze. Duncan was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance opposite Tom Hanks in "The Green Mile." He starred in Tim Burton's "Planet of the Apes," and received critical accolades for his performance in the Showtime original drama "They Call Me Sir." Duncan re-teamed with his "Armageddon" co-star Bruce Willis for the comedy "The Whole Nine Yards."

Born and raised in Chicago, Duncan studied communications at Alcorn State University in Mississippi. After a stint in security, Duncan worked in commercials before making his feature debut in F. Gary Gray's comedy "Friday."

Duncan's other feature credits include "See Spot Run," "Bulworth," "The Player's Club" and "Night at the Roxbury." On television, he appeared on "The Jamie Foxx Show," "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," "Weird Science," "Married With Children," and "The Wayans Brothers."


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