|Date of Birth||3 May 1975 , Orange, New Jersey, USA|
|Birth Name||Karim Dulé Hill|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
More roles followed in the musicals "Shenandoah," "Little Rascals," and "Black & Blue," and during Hill's senior year of high school, he appeared in his first feature film, Sugar Hill (1993), as the young character later played by Wesley Snipes. Hill also was seen in national commercials such as one for Kellogg's Corn Pops cereal and was cast as one of the CityKids (1993), a Saturday-morning series produced by the Jim Henson company, while he was studying business finance at Seton Hall.
Hill's next career boost came with his starring role in the original cast of "Bring in Da' Noise, Bring In Da' Funk" on Broadway, as he re-teamed with Glover but, as a result, had to abandon his college studies during his junior year. He spent two-and-one-half years on the show and earned favorable notices from casting directors and later starred with Freddie Prinze Jr. in the hit feature film She's All That (1999). His other television credits include guest-starring shots on Cosby (1996), Smart Guy (1997), and New York Undercover (1994); and appearances in the TV movies The Ditchdigger's Daughters (1997), Color of Justice (1997), and Love Songs (1999) opposite Louis Gossett Jr.. Away from the set, Hill still enjoys tap-dancing immensely, as well as dominoes, taboo, and marathon Monopoly sessions. He often travels to Jamaica to see family members.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Grace Z (with edit by Anonymous)
|Nicole Lyn||(10 July 2004 - present) (separated)|