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TYRESE GIBSON (Angel Mercer) was born and raised in Watts, California, a section of South Central Los Angeles. Gibson discovered a love of music at an early age and released his self-titled debut album at 19. In January 2000, he received an American Music Award for Favorite New R&B Artist. In addition to his musical talents, Gibson has found success in the acting and modeling worlds, having appeared in several television series and commercials, including an exclusive contract with Guess?

Gibson took his career to the next level when he made his feature film debut as the star of "Baby Boy,” directed by John Singleton. He has also starred in "Flight of the Phoenix” and Singleton's "2 Fast 2 Furious.” He will next be seen in "Annapolis.”

Gibson released his third album, J Records' "I Wanna Go There,” in December of 2002. His dynamic, upbeat hits have appeared on the "Blue Streak” and "Best Man” soundtracks, and his debut album reached platinum status. His sophomore album, RCA's "2000 Watts,” was released in May 2001.

On television, Gibson has made guest starring appearances on the series "Moesha” and "Martin.”

Tyrese launched the 2000 Watts Foundation, which is building a community cen¬ter in Watts, the L.A. neighborhood where he grew up.


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