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The Meteor Man (6-Aug-1993)

Director: Robert Townsend

Writer: Robert Townsend

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy, Superheroes

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Big Daddy Kane
Musician
10-Sep-1968   King Asiatic Nobody's Equal
Don Cheadle
Actor
29-Nov-1964   Boogie Nights
Bill Cosby
Comic
12-Jul-1937   Comedy fixture, pudding industry shill
Marla Gibbs
Actor
14-Jun-1931   Florence on The Jeffersons
Frank Gorshin
Actor
5-Apr-1933 17-May-2005 The Riddler in Batman
Eddie Griffin
Comic
15-Jul-1968   Undercover Brother
Robert Guillaume
Actor
30-Nov-1927   Benson
Beverly Johnson
Model
13-Oct-1952   Supermodel
James Earl Jones
Actor
17-Jan-1931   Voice of Darth Vader and CNN
Jenifer Lewis
Actor
25-Jan-1957   The Preacher's Wife
Faizon Love
Actor
14-Jun-1968   Friday
Biz Markie
Musician
8-Apr-1964   Nobody Beats The Biz
DJ Muggs
Disc Jockey
28-Jan-1968   Cypress Hill
LaWanda Page
Actor
19-Oct-1920 14-Sep-2002 Aunt Esther on Sanford and Son
Lela Rochon
Actor
17-Apr-1964   Why Do Fools Fall In Love
Wallace Shawn
Actor
12-Nov-1943   Ate dinner with Andre
Sinbad
Comic
10-Nov-1956   Sinbad sitcom
Robert Townsend
Actor
6-Feb-1957   A Soldier's Story
Treach
Actor
2-Dec-1970   Naughty By Nature
Luther Vandross
Singer
20-Apr-1951 1-Jul-2005 R&B Singer, Never Too Much
Nancy Wilson
Singer
20-Feb-1937   Jazz and pop diva
John Witherspoon
Comic
27-Jan-1942   Killer Tomatoes Strike Back!

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