|Full Name William Bellamy|
Name Bill Bellamy
Occupation Actor, comedian
|Years active 1985–present|
Height 1.93 m
Siblings Karen Bellamy
|Born April 7, 1965 (age 58) (1965-04-07) Newark, New Jersey, U.S.|
Spouse Kristen Baker Bellamy (m. 2001)
Children Bailey Ivory-Rose Bellamy, Baron Bellamy
Movies and TV shows Def Jam's How to Be a Player, Bill Bellamy's Who's Go, Fastlane, The Brothers, Any Given Sunday
Similar People Kristen Baker Bellamy, D L Hughley, Tiffani Thiessen, Robert Ri'chard, Dan Cortese
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William "Bill" Bellamy (born April 7, 1965) is an American actor and stand-up comedian. Bellamy first gained national notoriety on HBO's Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam, where he is credited for creating or coining the phrase "booty call", described as a late night call to a potential paramour with the intention of meeting strictly for sex.
Comedian & Actor Bill Bellamy
Early life and family
Bellamy was born in Newark, New Jersey. Bellamy is a cousin of basketball player Shaquille O'Neal.
He attended Seton Hall Preparatory School in nearby South Orange, New Jersey (now located in West Orange). He majored in economics at Rutgers University.
For many years, Bellamy was a staple on MTV, a VJ and the host of several MTV programs including MTV Jamz and MTV Beach House. He went on to star in a number of movies, including Fled, Love Jones, The Brothers, How to Be a Player, Getting Played and Any Given Sunday. He also appeared on two episodes of the TV show Kenan and Kel. Additionally, he voiced Skeeter on the Nickelodeon television show Cousin Skeeter.
In 2002, Bellamy had a co-starring role in the Fox Network television show Fastlane alongside Peter Facinelli and Tiffani Thiessen. He also appeared frequently as a "roundtable" guest on the late night E! talk show Chelsea Lately. Bellamy hosted seasons 5 and 6 of NBC's Last Comic Standing reality show (2007 and 2008). In 2014, he had a recurring role as Councilman Powell on the TV Land original series Hot in Cleveland. He voiced Marcus Hill, a playable character in the 2005 updated version of the NARC video game.
Bellamy hosts Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes? on TV One. The show is in its fourth season; he is an executive producer for it.