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With almost a dozen movie credits in the last three years, comedic actor ORLANDO JONES (Dr. Lee) is easily one of the industry's busiest actors.

The South Carolina native made his feature film acting debut in Barry Levinson's acclaimed drama, "Liberty Heights," and recently co-starred with David Duchovny and Julianne Moore in Ivan Reitman's comedy "Evolution."

Additionally, Jones has starred in such films as the gridiron comedy, "The Replacements" with Gene Hackman and Keanu Reeves, Harold Ramis' "Bedazzled," "Say It Isn't So" with Heather Graham, and the caper comedy, "Double Take" opposite Eddie Griffin.

Jones co-starred in a retelling of the 1960 sci-fi classic "The Time Machine," and also lent his vocal talents to the upcoming animated feature "Tortoise vs. Hare," from the creators of "Chicken Run."

Jones began his career as an original cast member of the FOX-TV sketch comedy series, "Mad TV," where he spent two seasons before commencing his big screen career.


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