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TAYE DIGGS (Dre) made an unforgettable feature film debut starring opposite Angela Bassett in Twentieth Century Fox's HOW STELLA GOT HER GROOVE BACK. Diggs will next be seen in Miramax's screen adaptation of CHICAGO, opposite Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere and John C. Reilly. The film is scheduled for a December release. He recently completed production on John McTiernan's BASIC, in which he stars opposite Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta. Diggs is currently in production on Warner Bros.' "Untitled Jamie Kennedy Project" for director John Whitesell. He will next be seen in the futuristic thriller EQUILIBRIUM, opposite Emily Watson and Christian Bale.

Diggs' additional film credits include Doug Liman's GO, THE WAY OF THE GUN written and directed by Chris McQuarrie, Malcolm Lee's THE BEST MAN, HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL and Rick Famuyiwa's THE WOOD.

For television, Diggs was last seen guest starring as Jackson Duper on David E. Kelly's hit "Ally McBeal, " for which he appeared in six episodes. Diggs has also appeared on "New York Undercover," "Law and Order" and "Guiding Light."

Diggs' talent was first recognized in Broadway's Pulitzer Prize winning play "Rent" for his role as Benny the landlord. His first stage appearance was a coveted role in the ensemble cast of the five-time Tony Award®-winning play "Carousel." Recently Diggs appeared in Manhattan Theater Club's "The Wild Party," winner of the Outer Critics Circle Award for "Best Off-Broadway Musical."

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