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Ise Lyfe

Ise Lyfe is an award winning recording artist, author and actor. He is one of the leading Spoken Word artists in America with a broad fan base ranging from his debut on HBO Def Poetry Jam, as a resident contributor for Huffington Post and New York Times, and author of the national best-selling book "Pistols and Prayers." Ise lyfe is a skilled actor... See full bio »

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The Raw
The Raw Keith
Word Warriors III
Def Poetry
Def Poetry Himself
Zo What? Morning Show
Zo What? Morning Show Himself - Guest Panelist


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 2010 The Raw (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (4 credits)
 2015 Word Warriors III (Documentary) (completed)
 2014 Zo What? Morning Show (TV Series)
Himself - Guest Panelist
- The Draconian World of Privatized Prison Profits (2014) ... Himself - Guest Panelist
- Collateral Damage of Relationships and Family Building (2014) ... Himself - Guest Panelist
- White Knight Syndrome/Captain Save 'Em (2014) ... Himself - Guest Panelist
- "Pay-Per-View" Child Support (2014) ... Himself - Guest Panelist
 2005-2007 Def Poetry (TV Series documentary)
- Def Poetry Bay Area: Ise Lyfe (2007) ... Himself
- Def Poetry Bay Area: Bootstraps (2007) ... Himself
- Episode #5.6 (2005) ... Himself
 2006 Dead Prez: It's Bigger Than Hip-Hop (TV Movie documentary)

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Stage Play: Pistols and Prayers-written, directed and performed by Ise lyfe-Berkeley Repertory Thrust Theatre, California

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