TV commercial for "Driver," from Video Game Software, and subsequently appeared in the sequel of "Driver" in "Driver 2" the following year.
3 Interviews |
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
He (Huggy Bear) wasn't a pimp. This whole glorification of pimps and all that makes people think that. But they never told you what he did. One minute he had a bar, the next minute he was a guy on the street hustling, but he was always in the know. But he was never a pimp. The guy who was on 'Baretta' was a pimp. His character was called The Rooster. Plus there were other roles were I had played ...
After moving back to L.A. after his divorce, he appeared in music videos and started a music production company, Bump It.
Flashy or sartorial dress