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Omarion Grandberry Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Nov 12, 1984
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001
  • Birth Name: Omari Ishmael Grandberry

Musician-cum-film actor Omari Grandberry (sometimes billed by his stage name, [[Performer~P363250~Omarion~omarion]]) launched his career as a member of the hip hop boy band [[Performer~P424651~B2K~b2k]] in the early 2000s, before he branched out into film roles and pursed a solo musical career. Grandberry debuted as an actor in 2004, concurrent with the disbandment of [[Feature~V263166~B2K~b2k:introducingb2k]]. Per his recording experience, he gravitated to urbanized, musically oriented dramatic parts, such as David in the urban dance picture [[Feature~V286929~You Got Served~yougotserved]] (2004) and an appearance as himself, teaching viewers slick dance moves alongside his co-stars, in the feature's instructional video companion piece, [[Feature~V305992~You Got Served: Take It to the Streets~yougotserved:takeittothestreets]] (2004). Grandberry played Reggie in the family-friendly outing [[Feature~V289456~Fat Albert~fatalbert]] (2004), based on the famous [[Performer~P85992~Bill Cosby~billcosby]] cartoon, then took a three-year departure from the screen to focus on recording as a solo artist. As such, Grandberry specialized in unabashedly raunchy lyrics detailing the ups and downs of romance, dating, and sex -- qualities showcased on his debut album, {^O} (2005). Its better-received follow-up, {^21} (2006), revealed a lyrical maturation and a smooth segue into more R&B-flavored material. Not long after, Grandberry returned to cinemas with his first lead. In [[Feature~V389372~Feel the Noise~feelthenoise]] (2007), he played a hip-hop star who must seek protection with his father in Puerto Rico when a nasty band of thugs threatens his life. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi