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Bio For: Romany Malco
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ROMANY MALCO (Lonnie), nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and two Image Awards for his role on Weeds, has become a rising star in television and film after a successful career in music.

The native New Yorker of Trinidad descent began his entertainment career as a rapper forming the group R.M.G., later changed to College Boyz after signing a deal with Virgin Records. After landing a role in VH-1's Too Legit: The M.C. Hammer Story, Falco's career in television and film began to take off.

His breakout performance in film was in Judd Apatow's hit comedy The 40 Year Old Virgin, co-starring Steve Carell. He can be seen in the upcoming Think Like A Man Too, the sequel to Think Like a Man, the 2012 hit based on Steve Harvey's bestseller "Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man." He will reprise his role as Zeke, but this time the romantic hijinks occur in Las Vegas.

His other film credits include: Blades Of Glory, The Love Guru, Baby Mama opposite Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, The Chateau co-starring Paul Rudd, The Prime Gig with Vince Vaughn and Saint John of Las Vegas opposite Steve Buscemi.

In television, Malco is known for his role as Conrad Shepard, the love interest and business partner of Nancy Botwin (Mary Louise Parker) in the hit Showtime series Weeds. He has also appeared on CBS' The Good Wife and ABC's No Ordinary Family. In 2011, Malco's Tijuana Jackson: Life Coach series aired on HBO's Funny or Die Presents. He is also the voice of Darius in the animated series Unsupervised FX.

Movies For: Romany Malco
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LAST VEGAS (PG-13) On Video: 1/28/2014 At Theaters: 11/1/2013
THE LOVE GURU (PG-13) On Video: 9/16/2008 At Theaters: 6/20/2008
BABY MAMA (PG-13) On Video: 9/9/2008 At Theaters: 4/25/2008
THE 40-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN (R) On Video: 12/13/2005 At Theaters: 8/19/2005
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