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Cannon later voiced the character of Louis in "Garfield: The Movie," and starred in films such "Underclassman" (which he also executive produced), "Shall We Dance?" and "Roll Bounce." In 2005, MTV debuted "Nick Cannon Presents Wild 'N' Out," an improv comedy show with musical performances that Cannon created, produced and hosted that eventually became one of MTV's highest-rated shows in the network's history. The series aired new episodes for four consecutive seasons.
In the fall of 2006, Cannon was featured in "Bobby," the film written and directed by Emilio Estevez, which was a fictionalized account of the hours leading up to the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. Cannon shared the screen with stars such as Harry Belafonte, Demi Moore, Laurence Fishburne, Anthony Hopkins, Sharon Stone and many others. His performance earned him a 2007 SAG nomination for Outstanding Performance in addition to becoming the first African-American actor in history to be honored at the world renowned Cannes Film Festival with the "Breakthrough Actor of the Year" award.
In 2008, Cannon hosted the Teen Choice Awards for FBC, and most recently was the host/deejay for ABC's highly successful Presidential Inaugural Neighborhood Ball.
Cannon's other film credits include the Sundance Film Festival films "Weapons" and "American Son." His most recent role in the psychological thriller, "The Killing Room." He now has his own multi-media company -- NCredible Entertainment -- which has several TV shows and films in development.
Check out Nick's official site at http://www.nickcannon.com/
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