Mike Epps


Indianapolis-born comedian and actor Mike Epps got his career start on the hit HBO show Def Comedy Jam in the mid '90s and Hollywood soon came calling. Epps made his film debut in the 1997 Vin Diesel-directed Stray and then got cast as Ice Cube's co-star (and Chris Tucker's replacement) in Next Friday. Since then, the comedian has appeared in a string of hit films including 2002's All About the Benjamins and 2008's Open Season. He's also hosted BET's Hip Hop Awards for two consecutive years. In 2010, the comedian hosted the BET Hip Hop Awards.

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Mike Epps' Hilarious Spoof of Drake's 'Hotline Bling' Video

Comedian takes on Drizzy's viral visuals.

Mike Epps Comedy Show Turns Into a Violent Melee

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The actor dishes on his role in Survivor's Remorse.

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Mike Epps on Richard Pryor Biopic: Lee Daniels Even Made Oprah Audition

Actor explains how he went up against Nick Cannon and Marlon Wayans for the lead role.
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