LL Cool J Movies List

LL Cool J
LL Cool J
14-01-1968
Long Island
24
Krush Groove

Actor LL Cool J Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 24 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 24 movies
The 56th Annual Grammy Awards
Artist: LL Cool J , James Blake , Kendrick Lamar , Ryan Lewis , Macklemore
Director: Louis J. Horvitz
Release date: 26-01-2014
How Bruce Lee Changed the World
Artist: Jackie Chan , Charles Parnell , LL Cool J , Stan Lee , RZA
Director: Steve Webb
Release date: 17-05-2009
DJ Cinema Presents: Masterpiece Theater Blend Dvd
Artist: 50 Cent , Fabolous , Jim Jones , Jay-Z , Nas
Release date: 19-03-2009
Umowa
Umowa ( English )
Director: Steven Schachter
Release date: 20-11-2008
Last Holiday
Last Holiday ( English )
Director: Wayne Wang , Jakub Dvorak
Release date: 13-01-2006
Edison
Edison ( English )
Director: David J. Burke
Music Director: Tobias Enhus , Machine Head , H. Scott Salinas
Release date: 17-09-2005
Slow Burn
Slow Burn ( English )
Director: Wayne Beach
Release date: 12-09-2005
Mindhunters
Mindhunters ( English )
Director:
Music Director: Tuomas Kantelinen
Release date: 13-05-2005
S.W.A.T.
S.W.A.T. ( English )
Director: Clark Johnson
Music Director: Elliot Goldenthal
Release date: 08-08-2003
Deliver Us from Eva
Deliver Us from Eva ( English )
Director: Gary Hardwick
Release date: 07-02-2003
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LL Cool J Biography

James Todd Smith better known as LL Cool J (acronym for Ladies Love Cool James) is an American rapper and actor. He has released thirteen studio albums and two greatest hits compilations; his newest album is 2013's Authentic, following 2008's Exit 13, which completed his record deal with Def Jam Recordings. He has appeared in numerous films, and stars as NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna on the CBS crime drama television series NCIS: Los Angeles. He was born on January 14, 1968 in Bay Shore, New York. While LL first appeared as a rapper in the movie Krush Groove (performing "I Can't Live Without My Radio"), his first acting part was a small role in a high school football movie called Wildcats. He continued to work in movies from then until 1995 when he landed his own television sitcom, In the House. In 1998 he had a role in the film Halloween H20. In 1999's Deep Blue Sea. Later that year, he had a starring role in Any Given Sunday, in which he played Julian Washington, the talented but selfish running back on the dysfunctional Miami Sharks. Since then, LL Cool J has appeared in a variety of films, such as the 2002 remake of Rollerball, Deliver Us from Eva, and S.W.A.T. In 2005, he returned to television in a guest starring role on the Fox medical drama House. He also appeared as Queen Latifah's love interest in the 2006 movie Last Holiday. He also guest starred on 30 Rock in the 2007 episode "The Source Awards" as the hip hop producer Ridiculous. Next he appeared in Sesame Street 's 39th season where he introduced the word of the day, "Unanimous” and performing "The Addition Expedition" in episode 4172 (Sept. 30, 2008). As of 2011, LL Cool J is a series regular on the CBS police procedural NCIS: Los Angeles, a spin-off of NCIS.   He lives in Long Island, New York, with his wife and four children.

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