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Khalil kain

Khalil kain

Khalil Kain

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Kain attended Hunter College High School in New York and later relocated to California, attending Foothill High School; graduating in 1983.

Khalil Kain was born on November 22, 1964 in New York City, New York, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Juice (1992), Renaissance Man (1994) and Girlfriends (2000).

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Kain first appeared in the 1992 film Juice as Raheem. Following roles included Roosevelt Nathaniel Hobbs in the 1994 comedy drama Renaissance Man and Marvin Cox in the 1997 romantic comedy, Love Jones. Kain portrayed golfer Tiger Woods in Showtime's The Tiger Woods Story. In 2001, he teamed again with Juice director Ernest Dickerson in Bones (starring Snoop Dogg). Kain had a role in the 2003 blaxploitation biopic Baadasssss!. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

In 1992, Khalil appeared in the film Juice as Raheem. He is known for other roles like Roosevelt Nathaniel Hobbs in the 1994 comedy-drama Renaissance Man and Marvin Cox in the 1997 romantic comedy, Love Jones. (Source: wiki.projecttopics.org)

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Khalil Kain is an American actor, film producer, and rapper is famously known for his role as Raheem Porter in the 1992 crime thriller film Juice and as the second Darnell Wilkes on the UPN/CW sitcom Girlfriends (2001–2008). (Source: wiki.projecttopics.org)

KHALIL KAIN

Many remember Khalil Kain, who played Raheem in "Juice," as a 27-year-old young babyface-looking man, now, he is married to a tattooed wife, and they share two biracial kids — meet his family. (Source: news.amomama.com)

For movie lovers, Khalil Kain remains the fantastic actor who gave his all and brought to life the character of Raheem, one of the group members in the film "Juice." (Source: news.amomama.com)

Khalil Kain is an American actor, film producer, and rapper is famously known for his role as Raheem Porter in the 1992 crime thriller film Juice and as the second Darnell Wilkes on the UPN/CW sitcom Girlfriends (2001–2008). (Source: wiki.projecttopics.org)

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