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Marques Houston



A recording sensation with young R&B fans, Los Angeles native Marques Houston attained superstardom in late childhood by joining the pop-rap ensemble Immature, alongside Jerome Jones and Kelton Kessee. (Houston was only 11 in 1992, when the group put out its first release). Houston got his first taste of Hollywood stardom by voicing one of the characters in the urban-themed animated feature Bebe's Kids (1992) and by making an on-camera appearance alongside his bandmates in the 1994 urban comedy House Party 3 (starring Kid 'N Play). The band then renamed itself IMx in the mid-'90s. As its members continued releasing albums, Houston moved onto film roles while recording on the side. Projects included episodes of the ABC sitcom Sister, Sister, a turn as Elgin in the teen-oriented dance film You Got Served (2004), and a role as Dumb Donald in the family-friendly comedy Fat Albert (2004). In 2007, Houston switched genres and essayed one of his first lead roles in a feature as one of several teens who fall prey to the homicidal inclinations of an unseen menace in the slasher outing Somebody Help Me (2007).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet A Weekend with the Family
  • Travis Stankershet
  • Producer
2016
No Score Yet Only for One Night
  • Screenwriter
2016
No Score Yet Graduation Day
  • Producer
2015
No Score Yet Will to Love
  • Jamal Hawkins
  • Screenwriter
  • Producer
2015
8% Battlefield America
  • Producer
  • Sean Lewis
2012
No Score Yet Somebody Help Me 2
  • Brendan Young
2010
No Score Yet Boogie Town
  • Actor
2009
No Score Yet Somebody Help Me
  • Brendan Young
2007
No Score Yet You Got Served: Take it to the Streets
  • Actor
2004
25% Fat Albert
  • Dumb Donald
2004
16% You Got Served
  • Elgin
2004
No Score Yet House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute
  • John-John
2001
32% Good Burger
  • Jake
1997
25% Bebe's Kids
  • Kahlil
1992

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