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CHI McBRIDE (James) recently starred in Bob Odenkirk's feature comedy Let's Go to Prison, as well as Waiting and Annapolis. His other film credits include Steven Spielberg's The Terminal; I, Robot; Narc; Paid in Full; Undercover Brother; Cradle 2 the Grave; Gone in Sixty Seconds; The Kid; The Frighteners; Hoodlum; Mercury Rising; The Great White Hype and What's Love Got to Do with It. He made his feature film debut in The Distinguished Gentleman.

On television, McBride starred in ABC's 2006 fall drama "The Nine.” He previously appeared in a five-episode arc on NBC's hit series "House.” Before that, he starred for four years on the critically acclaimed David E. Kelley series "Boston Public.” He is well known for such television roles as the wisecracking, philosophical janitor on the NBC's "The John Larroquette Show;” as Bundini Brown in the ABC movie of the week "Muhammad Ali: King of the World” and for his role in "Tang,” a segment of HBO's "Cosmic Slop” trilogy.


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