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Michael E. "Mike" Epps
Born Michael E. Epps
November 18, 1970 (1970-11-18) (age 39)
Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.
Occupation Actor, comedian, rapper
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Mechelle McCain (2006–present)

Michael E. "Mike" Epps (born November 18, 1970) is an American comedian, actor and rapper, best known for playing Day-Day in the films Next Friday and Friday After Next.


Year Film Role Notes
2000 Next Friday Day-Day Main Role
Bait Steven "Stevie" Sanders Supporting Role
3 Strikes Space Cowboy Minor Role
2001 Dr. Dolittle 2 Sonny the Bear (voice) Supporting Role
How High Baby Powder Supporting Role
2002 All About The Benjamins Reggie "Reginald" Main Role
Friday After Next Day-Day / Old Man Main Role
2003 Malibu's Most Wanted Rap-Battle Host Uncredited / Cameo
The Fighting Temptations Lucius Main Role
2004 Resident Evil: Apocalypse L.J. Main Role
Still 'Bout It Robert "Bobby" Ray Video
2005 Guess Who Cab Driver Uncredited / Cameo
The Honeymooners Edgar "Ed" Norton Main Role
Roll Bounce Byron Minor Role
2006 Something New Walter Supporting Role
2007 Talk To Me Milo Hughes Supporting Role
The Grand Reginald "Reggie" Marshall Supporting Role
Resident Evil: Extinction L.J. Main Role
2008 Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins Reginald "Reggie" Jenkins Supporting Role
Hancock Criminal Cameo
Open Season 2 Boog the Bear (voice) (replacing Martin Lawrence and Chris Williams) Main Role
Soul Men Duane Henderson Minor Role
2009 Next Day Air Brody Main Role
The Hangover Black Doug Supporting Role
Janky Promoters Jelly Roll Main Role
2010 Lottery Ticket Minister Filming
Liberty City: The American Dream Unknown Pre-production

Other appearances

  • Pimps Up, Hoes Down (1999)
  • All About The Stunts (2002)
  • Gangsta Nation (Westside Connection music video) (2003)
  • 106 & Park top 10 Live (one episode) (2005)
  • Letter to The President (2005)
  • Def Comedy Jam (five episodes, 1995–2006)
  • Inapporiate Behavior (2006)
  • Why We Thugs (Ice Cube music video) (2006)
  • What You Know (T.I music video) (2005)
  • Host 2009 BET Hip Hop Awards (2009)
  • I Don't Know Y'all (Young Dro music video) (2009)

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