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Lamman Rucker
Born October 6, 1971 (1971-10-06) (age 38)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.

Lamman Rucker (born October 6, 1971) is an American actor. He currently appears on the TBS sitcom Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns.

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Biography

Born in Pittsburgh, Rucker's mother had a dance company (the Pittsburgh Black Theater Dance Ensemble) and his father was a drummer, so entertaining is in his blood. His first acting role was as Martin Luther King in the 4th grade. He was in the drama club in 7th grade and then attended high school at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C. He has an undergraduate degree in Information Technology and Business and his graduate degree in Education and Curriculum Development. He played basketball in college and semi-pro ball for a short time after that. He is the oldest of three children, having a younger sister and brother who died.

Career

Rucker's major role came in 2002 when he assumed the role of attorney T. Marshall Travers on the CBS soap opera As the World Turns, opposite Tamara Tunie. He left the series the following year, and portrayed Garret Williams on ABC's All My Children in 2005. As of today, he has starred in a few of Tyler Perry's productions such as a guest role on House of Payne, the film version of Why Did I Get Married? alongside Perry, Janet Jackson and Jill Scott, and a small role in the film version of Meet The Browns as Vera's adult son. He currently has a starring role on Perry's second sitcom Meet the Browns reprising his role as Will. This time, Will has a larger roler (compared to his part in the movie) just gotten married to a beautiful fellow co-worker.

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Recent Filmography

Brown Sugur (2002) -Extra

Television

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