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BERNIE MAC (Stan Ross) has risen from the small comedy clubs of Chicago to become one of today's highest grossing comedic performers, selling out arenas and theaters across the country. He is the Emmy-nominated star of the hit family comedy "The Bernie Mac Show” on Fox, which has been hailed as one of TV's best shows by Time, Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide. The show, which focuses on Mac's comical struggle to handle parental duties, won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, along with Peabody, TCA, and NAACP awards.

On the big screen Mac recently appeared in the critically acclaimed holiday comedy "Bad Santa” opposite Billy Bob Thornton; as ‘Bosley' in the sequel "Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle”; with Chris Rock in "Head of State,” and he co-starred with George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and Julia Roberts in the casino heist box-office hit "Ocean's 11.” He'll next reprise the latter role in the forthcoming "Ocean's Twelve.”

Mac was also a key part of Spike Lee's 2000 hit concert film, "The Original Kings of Comedy,” in which he displayed his trademark rapid-fire and hard-hitting delivery. Born and raised in Chicago, Mac made his television debut on the landmark HBO comedy series "Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam,” which led to his feature film debut alongside Damon Wayans in "Mo' Money.” Mac's other film credits include the Eddie Murphy/Martin Lawrence comedy "Life,” "House Party 3,” "How to Be a Player” and "What's the Worst That Can Happen."

Bernie Mac is also the author of 2 books: Maybe You Never Cry Again, an autobiographical look at his own rags-toriches story and family life and I Ain't Scared of You, a comedy riff covering such subjects as sex, marriage, pro athletes and religion.

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