NICK CANNON's forthcoming films include the comedy THE UNDERCLASSMAN (which Cannon also wrote and executive produced); Mark Rydell's JUMP SHOT with Kim Basinger, Danny DeVito, Kelsey Grammer, Ray Liotta and Forrest Whitaker; and the family adventure MONSTER HOUSE. He originally came to the fore as the star of the sleeper hit DRUMLINE, and most recently starred in SHALL WE DANCE with Richard Gere; the romantic comedy LOVE DON'T COST A THING; and played the voice of "Louis," a city mouse, in GARFIELD opposite Bill Murray and Alan Cumming.
On the small screen Cannon is best known for being the co-creator, executive producer and star of his own sketch-comedy, variety show "The Nick Cannon Show" on Nickelodeon. He won the 2002 Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award for "Favorite Male TV Actor." He also created and executive produced the television show "Wild'n Out."
On the music front, Cannon's first rap album was released on Jive Records in the winter of 2003. The album had two hit songs: "Feelin Freaky," a collaboration with B2K, and "Gigolo" with R. Kelly. Canon's second album features the song "Can I Live," the video for which is currently getting air time on BET and MTV and was directed by Cannon.
He began his career doing stand-up at Los Angeles' The Improv and The Comedy Story at age 12.
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