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KEENE IVORY WAYANS (Director, Written by, Producer) is one of the industry's most multi-faceted and talented performers. The surprise hit Scary Movie, became the highest grossing film ever directed by an African-American, garnering $260 million worldwide.

Wayans and his brothers Shawn and Marlon re-teamed for the successful sequel Scary Movie 2, and in 2004, they again collaborated on the hit film White Chicks. Wayans' previous accomplishments include co-writing, co-producing and acting in Robert Townsend's Hollywood Shuffle, and writing, directing and starring in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka. He continued his success as the writer, director and star of A Low Down Dirty Shame, as the producer of Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood, and as the writer and star of the actionthriller Most Wanted.

Wayans is best known for his work in TV as creator, executive producer, writer, and cast member for the first several seasons of the Emmy Award-winning FOX-TV series "In Living Color," the cutting edge black sketch comedy show. "In Living Color,” which also starred his brothers Damon, Shawn and Marlon, launched the careers of many upcoming comedians including Jim Carrey, Tommy Davidson, Jamie Foxx and David Alan Grier.

In the spring of 2005, Keenen and his brothers Shawn and Marlon launched their own game called "The Dozens” through their company SMK Merchandising. In addition to the game, the Wayans brothers are currently considering business ventures that take them into sports, children's entertainment and property development.


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