Belly Movie Cast
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The Belly Movie Cast is a group of outstanding, seasoned performers who span a variety of musical genres, including the late, well-known African American rappers DMX, Nas, and Method Man. Sean Paul, Anthony Cruz, Clifford Smith, and Benjamin Chavis, a leader in African-American civil rights and the head of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, are some of the others.

Hype Williams, a producer, and director of music videos wrote and directed the crime fiction film Belly, which was released in 1998. Belly Movie Cast 2: Millionaire Boyz Club, the film’s sequel, debuted in 2006 and featured The Game, Ivan Frank, and Taye Hansberry among its cast. Despite having a weak and unconvincing plot, the movie received widespread attention due to the interesting cast lineup.

Meet Belly Movie Cast

About 95 percent of the actors in the $3 million film Belly are musicians who are rumored to have consistently been late, inebriated, or high during the film’s production. The actors from the film are listed below, along with any important information about them.

1. DMX (Tommy ‘Bunns’ Bundy)

In the film, Tommy “Bunns” Bundy was played by Earl Simmons, better known as DMX. He was born on December 18th, 1970, in the United States and passed away on April 9th, 2021.

He was a well-known rapper and actor who played the lead in the film Belly, where he was a member of a gang that carried out a bloody nightclub robbery and killed 5 people. He was then detained and threatened with a harsh prison term unless he could carry out the police’s offer to kill the leader of a black Muslim organization in exchange for his release.

2. Nas (Sincere)

Belly’s “Sincere” was played by Grammy Award-winning rapper Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones, also known as Nas. He was born in New York City, USA, on September 14, 1973. The 49-year-old had a girlfriend named “Tionne” and was a member of Bundy’s gang in Belly.

In the film, “Sincere” is a distinct brand of a gangster who took care of his girlfriend and his young daughter. He often considered leaving the streets and settling down for something honorable. Sincere decided to read a book to better himself. After the film, he finally succeeds in changing careers and escaping his criminal past as a result of this.

3. Sean Paul

Rapper Sean Paul, also known as Ryan Francis, is from Jamaica. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica, on January 9, 1973. He appeared in the film as a party music performer who sang “Top Shotter,” a song he co-wrote with DMX and Mr. Vegas.

4. Taral Hicks (Keisha)

Taral, also referred to as Keisha in Belly, was born on September 21st, 1974. She is an actress who shot to fame after appearing in a motion picture. One of the Bronx. She is also a singer, and her debut album, released in 1997, peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart. She played Tommy’s girlfriend in the film, who was detained by the police before being released on bail.

5. Louie Rankin (Lennox)

Louie Rankin played Lennox, also known as Ox. He was portrayed as a drug dealer from Jamaica who resided in New York City.

Originally from Jamaica, Louie was a dancehall reggae musician who passed away on September 30, 2019, after being involved in a car accident. He was born on September 30, 1953. Typewriter, a 1992 release, is his most popular and popular song.

6. Method Man (Shameek)

In the world of American entertainment, Method Man is well-known. He was born on March 2, 1971, in New York, New York, and is well-known for his work as a songwriter, rapper, actor, and producer. He appears in Belly as Shameek, also known as Father Sha, and his real name is Clifford Smith Jr.

7. Tyrin Turner (Big Head Rico)

American actor Tyrin Turner was born in Los Angeles on July 17, 1972. The American-born actor gained notoriety for portraying Caine Lawson, the film’s protagonist, in the 1993 urban drama Menace II Society. In Bella, he played the role of Big Head Rico. He played an Omaha drug dealer in the film, and when he told the police about the drug gang’s antics, they raided their stash house and arrested him and his associates.

8. Hassan Johnson (Mark)

In Brooklyn, New York, on October 3, 1977, Hassan Johnson was born. He owns a production company called “Autumn,” which he named after his daughter. Hassan is a well-known actor, producer, and professional model. He has appeared in several films, including Brooklyn’s Finest and The Devil’s Own.

He played the role of Mark in the film Belly, a drug trafficker and gangster who was shot dead by the police during a raid on the stash house. His gang members typically hold meetings about their drug operations in the basement of his grandmother.

9. Oliver “Power” Grant

Oliver Grant, an American businessman, and record executive was born in New York City on November 23, 1973. With the founding of the Wu-Tang Clan in 1995, he rose to prominence as a clothing tycoon.

His first film role was in Belly, where he played a gangster and Tommy’s associate. Over the phone, he told Tommy that Black had been discussing robbing Sincere to receive a larger portion of the proceeds from their initial nightclub raid.

10. Benjamin Chavis (Rev. Saviour)

Dr. Benjamin Franklin Chavis Jr. is the president of the National Newspaper Publishers Association in addition to being a member of the Belly Movie Cast and an African-American civil rights activist. He worked as Martin Luther King Jr.’s assistant and was a well-known civil rights activist.

Benjamin was born in the United States of America on January 22, 1948. He received his education at St. Augustine University in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he received his B.A. He then continued to Duke University to earn his MDiv and Howard University to earn his doctorate in ministry.

Chavis plays Rev. Saviour, a pastor who was supposed to be murdered by the notorious Bundy, in the film Belly. After the film, Chavis was able to deliver a brief sermon to the gangster, and his message immediately convinced Bundy. Bendy was forced to submit to the corps by this.

A Quick Rundown of Other Belly Movie Cast

  • Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins – Tionne
  • Ronald ‘Too Small’ – Bodyguard
  • Akilah Shedrick – Party goer
  • Jay Black – Black
  • Stanley Drayton – Wise
  • James Parris – Lakid
  • Mr. Vegas – Himself
  • Lavita “Vita” Raynor – Kionna
  • Steve Nuke – FBI Agent
  • Crucial Conflict – Cameo appearance
  • Ghostface Killah – Cameo appearance
  • AZ – Friend of Sincere
  • Frank Vincent – Roger
  • Kurt Lober – Himself
  • Paula Ouch – Chiquita
  • William Burke – Friend of Sincere
  • Nick Stellate – Cop
  • Dufflyn Lammers – Poet
  • Joe Crosson – Church menber
  • Paul Borghese – Cop
  • Akim Black – Church member
  • Michael Manning – Teacher
  • Tony Devon – FBI Agent
  • James Gresham – Speaker
  • Michael Woodhouse – Older barber
  • Tyrone Lewis – Young Barber
  •  Carmen Yannuzzi – Guard
  • Crystal Johnson – Cop
  • Micaal Stevens – Killer
  • Adam Vignola – Federal Agent
  • Jeffrey H.Kaufman – Federal Agent
  • Jen Gatien – Girl in the office
  • Monica Michaels – Club manager
  • Xavier Simmons – Young Tommy
  • Lavita Raynor – Kionna
  • Eric Keith McNeil – Shorty
  • Shaun Morrison – Housekeeper
  • Prince Graham, John Bryant, Wondosas Martin – Thugs