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Born: December 13, 1967 Cause of Death:
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2005:
Again collaborated with West for successful "Gold Digger"; also released single "Creepin," which earned a Grammy nomination
2004:
Featured with Twista and Kanye West on hit track "Slow Jamz" from the album <i>Kamikaze</i>; earned a Grammy nomination
1996:
Headlined own sitcom "The Jamie Foxx Show" on The WB
2007:
Launched "Foxxhole," the comedy, entertainment, and lifestyle channel on Sirius Satellite Radio
1993:
Starred in own HBO special
2009:
Teamed with Gerard Butler for thriller "Law Abiding Citizen"
2005:
Co-starred as Sgt. Siek in Sam Mendes' "Jarhead," based on former Marine Anthony Swofford's bestselling novel about his pre-Desert Storm experiences
2001:
Hosted MTV Video Music Awards
2007:
Portrayed a government agent investigating the bombing of an American facility in Saudi Arabia in Peter Berg's "The Kingdom"
2005:
Released second studio album <i>Unpredictable</i>, featuring another collaboration with West; earned three Grammy nominations, including Best R&B Album
2008:
Released third album titled <i>Intuition</i>, featuring Kanye West, T.I., Lil Wayne, and T-Pain; earned three Grammy nominations, including Best Contemporary Album
2005:
Starred as Lt. Henry Purcell in the big budget "Stealth," with Josh Lucas and Jessica Biel
1992:
Landed recurring role on Fox sitcom "Roc"
2010:
Joined ensemble cast for Garry Marshall directed romantic comedy "Valentine's Day"
2009:
Portrayed Nathaniel Ayers, a musical prodigy who developed schizophrenia in Joe Wright's "The Soloist"
2000:
Starred in "Bait"
2004:
Starred in "Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story" (FX) about the founder of Crips L.A. street gang; received Independent Spirit Award, SAG, and Golden Globe nominations for Best Lead Actor
2011:
Played a con artist in comedy "Horrible Bosses"
2014:
Played the villain Electro in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2"
2018:
Starred in the Otto Bathurst-helmed "Robin Hood" remake
1989:
Arrived in Los Angeles, CA; began performing at comedy clubs
1991:
Cast as regular on Fox variety series "In Living Color"
2006:
Co-starred with Beyonce, playing Curtis Taylor Jr., the fictionalized Berry Gordy character in "Dreamgirls," an adaptation of the Broadway musical directed by Bill Condon
1995:
Released debut album <i>Peep This</i>
1992:
Made feature film debut in "Toys"
2006:
Cast as Det. Ricardo Tubbs in Michael Mann's "Miami Vice," based on the popular 1980s cop show
2007:
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
2002:
Starred in HBO comedy special "Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security"
2001:
Cast alongside Will Smith as Drew 'Bundini' Brown in "Ali," the Michael Mann directed biopic of of boxer Muhammad Ali
1999:
First dramatic role, Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday"
2004:
Delivered Academy Award-winning performance as musician Ray Charles in Taylor Hackford directed biopic "Ray"
2004:
Played taxi driver Max Durocher opposite Tom Cruise in Michael Mann's "Collateral"; earned SAG, Golden Globe, and Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor
2012:
Starred as the slave-turned-bounty hunter in "Django Unchained," a Western drama set in Mississippi; film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino
2017:
Co-starred in Edgar Wright's ensemble comedy/heist film "Baby Driver"
2017:
Co-starred with Robert Downey Jr. in basketball comedy "All-Star Weekend"

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