A MAN APART
In a relatively short span of time, LARENZ
TATE has earned his reputation as one of the most promising young actors in
Hollywood. He has been noted for his fine performances, including a Best Actor
NAACP Image Award nomination for his role in Theodore Witcher's love jones.
Tate starred opposite Nia Long in this love story, which won the Audience Award
for Best Film at the1997 Sundance Film Festival.
Tate has most recently been seen in the
Dreamworks action film Biker Boyz. Previously he played the starring role
of Frankie Lymon in Why Do Fools Fall in Love, for Warner Bros. The film
also starred Halle Berry, Lela Rochon, and Vivica A. Fox. Tate also starred
opposite Kevin Costner in Warner Bros.' The Postman.
Tate made his feature film debut in the
Allen and Albert Hughes' drama Menace II Society, followed by a
starring role in the Matty Rich comedy The Inkwell. He teamed up once
again with the Hughes brothers in the acclaimed film Dead Presidents.
On television, Tate earned recognition
for his performance in the critically lauded Fox series "South
Central," the ABC series "New Attitudes" and the CBS series
Tate studied music, theater and art
with his two brothers Larron and Lahmard at the Inner City Cultural Center in
Los Angeles. He made his professional acting debut in an episode of "The
Twilight Zone - The Series."
Born in Chicago, Tate now resides in
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