Sticky Fingaz

Sticky Fingaz

American rapper and actor
Date of Birth: 03.11.1973
Country: USA

  1. Biography of Sticky Fingaz
  2. Onyx and Solo Career
  3. Acting Career
  4. Other Endeavors

Biography of Sticky Fingaz

Sticky Fingaz, whose real name is Kirk Jones, was born in 1973 in Brooklyn, New York. He is an American rapper and actor who rose to fame in the early 90s as a member of the hip-hop group "Onyx". The group, which also included his cousin, rapper Fredro Starr, achieved significant success in the rap music industry. Their debut album, "Bacdafucup", went on to achieve gold status.

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Onyx and Solo Career

Onyx brought a fresh and original style to the rap scene, incorporating gangster motifs and earning them the label of "hardcore-gangsta-rap". Sticky Fingaz continued to collaborate with Onyx while pursuing his solo projects. He had the opportunity to work with legendary musicians such as Eminem and Snoop Dogg. In 2001, Sticky Fingaz released his first solo album, titled "Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones". Despite his solo success, many rap fans still remember him for his contribution to Onyx.

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Acting Career

Sticky Fingaz began his acting career in the mid-90s and has since appeared in over 60 roles in movies and television. He portrayed the character Blade in the popular series "Blade: The Series" and played Jeremy in the action film "Flight of the Phoenix". Some of his other notable projects include "Law & Order: Criminal Intent", "The Twilight Zone", "CSI: Miami", "Burn Notice", "Raising the Bar", and "The Beast". He gained significant popularity for his role in the military series "Over There", which depicted American soldiers in Iraq.

Other Endeavors

In addition to his involvement in rap music and the film industry, Sticky Fingaz is actively engaged in voicing video games such as "Def Jam: Fight for NY" and "Def Jam: Icon". His recent projects include the 2010 series "Rizzoli & Isles", the upcoming drama "Ocean Hotel" set for release in 2011, the thriller "The Dead Sea" premiering in 2012, and the 2011 drama "Fanaddict" where Sticky Fingaz plays the lead role alongside Cherie Johnson.