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Boiler Room Soundtrack
8 Mile Soundtrack
Snatched Soundtrack


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 2010 The Phantom Coach (Short)
The Narrator
 1990 Arrivederci Millwall
Irate Shop Customer
 1988 Screenplay (TV Series)
The Lover
- A Woman Alone (1988) ... The Lover
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 2010 The Phantom Coach (Short) (production assistant)
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 2018 Mid90s (writer: "Put It On")
 2017 Snatched (writer: "Whoa!")
 2012 Saturday Night Live (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Eli Manning/Rihanna (2012) ... (writer: "Talk That Talk")
 2010 Chuck Brown: We Got This (Video) (writer: "Rappaz R. N. Dainja (Instrumental)")
 2005 True Crime: New York City (Video Game) (writer: "Woah")
 2005 State Property: Blood on the Streets (writer: "What A Thug About")
 2004 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Video Game) (writer: "Brand Nubian" - uncredited)
 2002 8 Mile (writer: "Times Up" (Bare Bone Instrumental))
 2001 The Sopranos (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- He Is Risen (2001) ... (writer: "Whoa!" - uncredited)
 2000 Boiler Room (writer: "Ma Dukes", "What a Thug About")
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 1992 Naked Making Lunch (Documentary)
Action Painter in Title Sequence

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Other Works:

He acted in Larry Grossman and Hal Hackady's musical, "Snoopy, the Musical," at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with Teddy Kempner, Susie Blake, Zoe Bright, Nicky Croydon, Mark Hadfield, and Robert Locke in the cast. Arthur Whitelaw was director.

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