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In addition to being an accomplished football star, Albert King also revealed his skills as a vibrant entertainer. King worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "A Blues Session: B.B. King & Friends" (Cinemax, 1987-88), "Delta Blues 911!" and "The 29th Annual Grammy Awards" (CBS, 1986-87). He also contributed to "The Best of Cinemax Sessions" (Cinemax, 1989-1990). In the nineties and the early 2000s, King devoted his time to various credits, such as "Whatever Happened to Micheal Ray?" (TNT, 1999-2000), "Bodywork" (2000) and "Wattstax" (2000). He also worked on "The Blues" (2003-04). King wrote musical scores featured in the Paul Rudd comedic drama "Diggers" (2007), "Soul Men" (2008) with Samuel L. Jackson and "The Switch" (2010) with Jennifer Aniston. King's music was most recently featured in the Chris Pine hit sci-fi sequel "Star Trek Into Darkness" (2013). In addition to his music, King also appeared on-screen in "Red White Black & Blue" (PBS, 2007-08).
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