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Obba Babatunde

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One of Hollywood's busiest actors today, Obba Babatunde continues to successfully juggle careers in feature film, television and directing. Currently, Babatundé is shooting Universal Pictures feature film "How High" opposite Redman and Method Man while simultaneously finishing the two hour season finale of Lifetime's "Any Day Now." Working in two projects at the same time is not unfamiliar to him. While working on New Line's feature film "John Q" opposite Denzel Washington and Robert Duvall, he was asked if he could fit the Showtime series "Soul Food" into his schedule. He did. Before that, he had to step out of the role of Billy Flynn in the Broadway musical "Chicago" and quite literally go to work the next day in Universal Picture's dramatic comedy "Life." Portraying the narrator and fellow convict in "Life" he demonstrated the versatility of his talent in aging some forty years over the course of the movie. As husband to Halle Berry's Dorothy Dandridge, he brought his dancing talents to the screen as the legendary Harold Nicholas in the critically acclaimed HBO Original Movie "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge." As Principal Green, Babatunde kept the students of Capeside High on the straight and narrow on the WB hit series "Dawson's Creek." Other notable film credits include "The Temptations," "That Thing You Do!" "Soul of the Game," "Philadelphia," and "Silence of the Lambs." He has received high praise from his peers over the years with EMMY and Cable ACE Award nominations for his role as Willie Johnson in the HBO Original Movie "Miss Evers' Boys," and an NAACP Image Award nomination for his portrayal of Harold Nicholas in "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge." On Broadway, Babatunde is perhaps best known for his Tony-nominated portrayal of C.C. White in the original Broadway production of "Dreamgirls." Other unforgettable performances include his magical turn as legendary jazz artist Jelly Roll Morton in the world premiere of "Jelly's Last Jam," Hal Prince's "Grind," and "Timbuktu."
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