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Years active  1990-present
Name  Marcus Paulk

Role  Actor
Height  1.78 m
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Full Name  Marcus Terrell Paulk
Born  October 12, 1986 (age 34) (1986-10-12) Los Angeles County, California
Movies and TV shows  Moesha, Sister Code, Another Cinderella Story, Red Tails, Roll Bounce

Similar  Lamont Bentley, Shar Jackson, William Allen Young

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Marcus Terrell Paulk (born October 12, 1986) is an American actor, rapper and dancer best known for his role as Myles Mitchell in the UPN sitcom Moesha, which aired from 1996 through 2001. Being a proponent of good causes and a frequent participant in fund raisers, Paulk was the 1997 national spokesperson for the "Kids Are Paramount" campaign, which seeks to empower children with courage and confidence to overcome obstacles.

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He also appeared with Bow Wow in the 2005 film Roll Bounce, Another Cinderella Story as Dustin, and with Antonio Banderas in the 2006 film Take the Lead. Paulk is currently working on a studio album. Further details for this project are TBA. Paulk has also made appearances in Season 4 of The Bad Girls Club. In 2012, Marcus starred in the George Lucas film Red Tails. Paulk also starred in the 2015 feature film Sister Code with Amber Rose.

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Television and film appearances

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  • "Sister Code" (2015) Lil Danger
  • Red Tails (2012) David "Deke" Watkins
  • Mr Box Office (2012) Jimmy, 1 episode
  • The Rig (2010) Andrew
  • The Bad Girls Club (2009) Himself, 3 episodes
  • The Adventures of Umbweki (2009) Nosha
  • Another Cinderella Story (2008) Dustin/The Funk
  • Extreme Movie (2008) Wyatt
  • High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008) Cameo: Boy at Troy's Party (uncredited)
  • Taking Five (2007) Lincoln
  • Take the Lead (2006) Eddie
  • Roll Bounce (2005) Boo
  • Going to the Mat (2004) one of the boys playing baseball at beginning
  • Fillmore! (2003) Sonny Lombard, 1 episode
  • Family Affair (2003) Josh, 1 episode
  • Cedric the Entertainer Presents (2003) Darrin, 1 episode
  • The Hughleys (2002) Little V., 1 episode
  • The Proud Family (2001-2004) Myron Lewinski, 4 episodes
  • The Nightmare Room (2001) Ryan, 1 episode
  • The Parkers (1999) Myles Mitchell, 1 episode
  • City Guys (1999) Stevie, 1 episode
  • 3rd Rock From The Sun (1998) Jimmy, 1 episode
  • Safety Patrol (1998) Walt Whitman
  • Nothing to Lose (1997) Joey Davidson
  • One Night Stand (1997) Young Charlie Carlyle
  • Moesha (1996–2001) Myles Mitchell, 127 episodes
  • The Crew (1995) Boy at Christmas Party, 1 episode
  • The Parent 'Hood (1995) Phil, 1 episode
  • Me and the Boys (1994-1995) Ryan, 2 episodes
  • Martin (1994) season 3, episode 8, "Momma's Baby, Martin's Maybe" Marvin, 1 episode
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1994) Boy on dad's back (uncredited)
  • The Sinbad Show (1994) 1 episode
  • Thea (1994) Cedric, 1 episode
  • Grace Under Fire (1993) Food Group: Bread, 1 episode
  • Commercials

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  • 2012 Honda Civic's Clearance Event (2012) as Tim Taylor, the Wingman
  • Sprite (2004)
  • Auto Insurance (2003)
  • Yoplait Go-Gurt (2000)

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    References

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