Again collaborated with West for successful "Gold Digger"; also released single "Creepin," which earned a Grammy nomination
Featured with Twista and Kanye West on hit track "Slow Jamz" from the album <i>Kamikaze</i>; earned a Grammy nomination
Headlined own sitcom "The Jamie Foxx Show" on The WB
Launched "Foxxhole," the comedy, entertainment, and lifestyle channel on Sirius Satellite Radio
Starred in own HBO special
Teamed with Gerard Butler for thriller "Law Abiding Citizen"
Co-starred as Sgt. Siek in Sam Mendes' "Jarhead," based on former Marine Anthony Swofford's bestselling novel about his pre-Desert Storm experiences
Hosted MTV Video Music Awards
Portrayed a government agent investigating the bombing of an American facility in Saudi Arabia in Peter Berg's "The Kingdom"
Released second studio album <i>Unpredictable</i>, featuring another collaboration with West; earned three Grammy nominations, including Best R&B Album
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
Starred as Lt. Henry Purcell in the big budget "Stealth," with Josh Lucas and Jessica Biel
Landed recurring role on Fox sitcom "Roc"
Joined ensemble cast for Garry Marshall directed romantic comedy "Valentine's Day"
Portrayed Nathaniel Ayers, a musical prodigy who developed schizophrenia in Joe Wright's "The Soloist"
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
Played a con artist in comedy "Horrible Bosses"
Played the villain Electro in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2"
Starred in the Otto Bathurst-helmed "Robin Hood" remake
Arrived in Los Angeles, CA; began performing at comedy clubs
Cast as regular on Fox variety series "In Living Color"
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
Released debut album <i>Peep This</i>
Made feature film debut in "Toys"
Cast as Det. Ricardo Tubbs in Michael Mann's "Miami Vice," based on the popular 1980s cop show
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Starred in HBO comedy special "Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security"
Cast alongside Will Smith as Drew 'Bundini' Brown in "Ali," the Michael Mann directed biopic of of boxer Muhammad Ali
First dramatic role, Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday"
Delivered Academy Award-winning performance as musician Ray Charles in Taylor Hackford directed biopic "Ray"
Played taxi driver Max Durocher opposite Tom Cruise in Michael Mann's "Collateral"; earned SAG, Golden Globe, and Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor
Starred as the slave-turned-bounty hunter in "Django Unchained," a Western drama set in Mississippi; film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino
Co-starred in Edgar Wright's ensemble comedy/heist film "Baby Driver"
Co-starred with Robert Downey Jr. in basketball comedy "All-Star Weekend"