Faizon Love Biography
(Actor and Comedian)
Birthday: June 14, 1968 (Gemini)
Born In: Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Faizon Love is a Cuban-born American actor and comedian best known for his roles in the films 'Friday' and 'Elf'. Love, who had come to New York to become a stand-up comedian, got an opportunity to provide the voice of deceased comedian Robin Harris in the motion-picture 'Bebe's Kids' in 1992. Since then, he has acted in several films, such as 'The Meteor Man', 'Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood', 'The Replacements', 'Made', 'Blue Crush' and 'Couples Retreat'. He also had roles on television shows like 'The Parent 'Hood', 'That's So Raven', 'The Big House', 'My Name Is Earl', 'Real Husbands of Hollywood', 'Black-ish' and 'Step Up: High Water'. He appeared as Maurice Starr on BET's three-part biographical miniseries 'The New Edition Story' in 2017. He voiced the character of Sean 'Sweet' Johnson in the 2004 video game 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas'. He has appeared on the music videos of 'Freaky Thangs' by Ludacris and 'Put Yo Hood Up' by Lil Jon and The East Side Boys. He also starred in a theatrical production of 'Our Town' in 2011.