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OMAR EPPS (Marlon) was born in Brooklyn and attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music, Art and the Performing Arts in New York. He has worked regularly in films and television since 1992 when he made "Juice,” opposite Tupac Shakur. Since then, he has made films as diverse as "Major League 2,” "Higher Learning” and "Deadly Voyage.” and he had a stint (1996-97) on the small screen as Dr. Dennis Gant on the hit television series "ER.”

Epps' film credits in the late ‘90s include "Scream 2,” "Breakfast of Champions.” "In Too Deep,” "Love and Basketball” and "The Mod Squad,” based on the hit ‘60s television series. More recently, he appeared in "Dracula 2000,” "Big Trouble” and "Against the Ropes.” opposite Meg Ryan.

This fall, he will appear on Fox Television in the new medical drama "House.”

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