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Omar Epps

Dr Eric Foreman in House M.D.

Photos Omar Epps Birth name: Omar Hoshim Epps
Birth date: 1973/07/23 (49 years old)
Birth place : Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 1.79 m

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Biography for Omar Epps

Omar Epps was a student at the Fiorello H. Laguardia High School of Performing Arts in New York.

Since 1991, he regularly alternates between the small and the big screen, after trying to rap with his brother in the Wolfpak group.

It was with the film "Juice" by Ernest Dickerson that he made his cinema debut. In 1996, Omar Epps played in "Spoof Movie", a tapped comedy written by his childhood friend, Marlon Wayans. He is also illustrated on television, for a season, by interpreting Dr. Dennis Gant in the cult series "Emergencies".

In 1997, Wes Craven offered him a role in his slasher "Scream 2". Omar EPPS also registers the family comedy "Breakfast of champions" (1999), as well as a modern variation of "Dracula" (2000). Recently, the actor finds himself "in the strings", by sharing the 'Poster with Meg Ryan, before giving the reply to Jude Law who camps an inveterate flirt in "Irresistible Alfie" ...

Omar Epps is an American actor known for his roles in the films "Love and Basketball" and "Once upon a time in the West" as well as in the television series "Dr House". He was born on July 20, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York, and grew up in Queens.

Before becoming an actor, Omar EPPS studied English literature and literary creation at the University of Syracuse. He started his career by playing in plays before winning roles in films and television series.

One of Omar Epps’s important primary roles was in the film "Love and Basketball" of 2000, where he played the character of Quincy McCall, a talented basketball player who fell in love with the basketball player Monica Wright, played by Sanaa Lathan. The film was a critical and commercial success, and launched the career of Omar Epps.

Since then, Omar EPPS has played in many movies and television series. In 2002, he played in the film "Once upon a time in the West", in the role of Samuel L. Jackson, one of the members of the gang of criminals led by the main character. He also played in the films "The Wood" and "Against the Ropes" in 1999 and 2004 respectively.

In 2004, Omar Eppps joined the cast of the television series "Dr House" in the role of Dr. Eric Foreman, a neurologist who works with the main character, Dr. Gregory House. The series was a huge success and lasted eight seasons, until 2012. Since the end of "Dr House", Omar Eppps has continued to work in the world of cinema and television, playing in films such as " Resurgence "in 2016 and" The First Purge "in 2018, as well as in television series such as" Families "in 2018 and" Shooter "in 2018.

Apart from his acting career, Omar Epps is also a talented artist and an accomplished musician. He released an album in 2003 entitled "Omar Epps Presents: The Brother with No Game", which received good reviews from music critics. In addition, Omar Epps is also a talented writer and published a book in 2012 entitled "From Fatherless to Fatherhood: How to Overcoma The Challenges of Being A Young Dad".


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