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CHI McBRIDE (Joe Mulroy) is perhaps best known to television audiences for his work on the acclaimed David E. Kelly series "Boston Public,” on which he starred for four seasons. In 2002, McBride won an AFI Award for Male Television Actor of the Year for his portrayal of principal Steven Harper on the show. He also has a growing list of feature film roles to his credit. McBride will next be seen later this summer in Alex Proyas' "I Robot,” based on the sci-fi book by Isaac Asimov, in which McBride stars with Will Smith.

McBride's recent film credits also include "Paid in Full,” "Undercover Brother,” "Narc,” "The Kid,” "Gone in Sixty Seconds” and "Dancing In September.” In addition, he made a cameo appearance in Andrzej Bartkowiak's "Cradle 2 the Grave.” His earlier film work includes "Mercury Rising,” "Hoodlum,” "The Frighteners,” "What's Love Got to Do With It” and "The Distinguished Gentleman.”

On the small screen, McBride recently portrayed Drew "Bundini” Brown in the biopic "Muhammad Ali: King of the World.” TV fans also remember him as Heavy Gene, the wisecracking janitor on "The John Larroquette Show.” His other television credits include the series "Max Steel,” "God, the Devil and Bob” and "The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer.” McBride has also guest starred on such series as "The Practice,” in a crossover episode from "Boston Public,” "The Parkers,” "Nash Bridges,” "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” and "Married…With Children.”


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