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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 10 March 1980Poughkeepsie, New York, USA
Nickname Buddha
Height 6' 4" (1.93 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Ezra Masters was born in Poughkeepsie, New York and raised in Miami, FL from a toddler. He attended high school in Miami where he was star and captain of his basketball team at Miami Killian, leading his team to the final four of the state.

Ezra attended Florida State University and Florida A & M University in North Florida where he received his A.A. He moved back to South Florida to model while continuing his education and eventually graduating from Floria International University with his B.A. in Management Information Systems and double minors in Psychology & Marketing.

Ezra admits that he never had a desire to act as a child, because of his focus on sports and martial arts, however has always had "an abnormal obsession for movies", knack for drama and passionate personality. Combine that with commitment and focus in acting and Hollywood seemingly can't get enough of him. Ezra has 3 black belts and co-owns and reps several companies including a technical design and underwear company. He works with a local boys club charity in his free time.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Chris Johns

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Trivia (6)

Ezra was 12 years old when he experienced what it was to be hit by the eye of a category 5 hurricane, Andrew. His parent's home was 1 of 5 homes that remained standing in a 2 mile radius.
Ezra's favorite childhood dog was a Chihuahua named "Maximum Carnage.".
Ezra's aunt, uncle and grandfather all died of separate violent deaths while he attended jr. and sr. high school.
In high school Ezra was voted "most likely to lead the revolution" and "most liked by teachers.".
Ezra is the only son and youngest of 3 siblings.
Ezra had the highest vertical in his high school at 48" and ran a 4.4 second 40 yard dash.

Personal Quotes (2)

Everything is impossible... until it's not.
There is no one great reward without a dozen great regrets, no one great victory without a score of great loses, no one perfect moment without a hundred fallible minutes, no one great life without a thousand hard lessons. The war is won to those who can endure.

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