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Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx, born Eric Morlon Bishop Jr., started as a stand-up comedian and moved on to a career in television with starring roles on "In Living Color" and "The Jamie Foxx Show." Foxx's big screen credits include roles in "Any Given Sunday," "Collateral" and "Dreamgirls." He won an Oscar for his portrayal of music legend Ray Charles in 2004's "Ray."

Foxx has also released three R&B albums: "Peep This," "Unpredictable" and "Intuition."
Jamie Foxx, born Eric Morlon Bishop Jr., started as a stand-up comedian and moved on to a career in television with starring roles on "In Living Color" and "The Jamie Foxx Show." Foxx's big screen credits include roles in "Any Given Sunday," "Collateral" and "Dreamgirls." He won an Oscar for his portrayal of music legend Ray Charles in 2004's "Ray."

Foxx has also released three R&B albums: "Peep This," "Unpredictable" and "Intuition."
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