Birth Name: Romany Malco
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Rapper-turned-actor Romany Malco began his career in a string of hip-hop star vehicles before making a name for himself with scene-stealing turns in the hit comedies "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" (2005), "Blades Of Glory" (2007) and "Think Like A Man" (2012). Born in Brooklyn in 1968, Malco spent his childhood growing up between New York, Texas and his parents' native Trinidad and achieved his first taste of stardom as one fourth of hip-hop outfit College Boyz, who scored a US Hot 100 hit with "Victim Of The Ghetto" and released two albums, Radio Fusion Radio (1992) and Nuttin' Less, Nuttin' Mo' (1994) before disbanding in 1994. While serving as music producer on "The Pest" (1997), he was encoura...
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