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Casey Lee
Casey Lee
Casey Lee, who also appeared as "Twist", the DJ on FOX-TV's In Living Color series, appears as as Terrell in " the episode titled "Odd Man Out"''

Born

(1973-01-22) January 22, 1973 (age 41)

Othernames/Aliases

D.J. Twist, Casey Lee

Birthname

Leroy Casey

Birthplace

The Bronx, New York, U.S.

Occupation

Actor, Hip-Hop DJ

Years active

http://www.actorcaseylee.com

Appearance on The Wayans Bros.

as Terrell in "Odd Man Out" in season 4

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Casey Lee (born Leroy Casey January 22, 1973) (originally known as Twist) appeared in an episode of The Wayans Bros. titled "Odd Man Out" as Terrell, an old friend of Marlon's, who freeloads and doesn't pay his way after the boys invite him to live with them temporarily. Casey served as DJ for the FOX-TV sketch comedy series In Living Color, from 1991 until 1994.[1] Casey also appeared in the Keenan Ivory Wayans film A Low Down Dirty Shame (1994)as a young police officer, the 2004 Wayans Brothers comedy White Chicks as Tony, along with actor Terry Crews of the UPN series Everybody Hates Chris, ​and in Dance Flick (2009) as the undercover police officer who arrests a student who was freestyling about a murder that he committed.

Casey has been friends with Shawn Wayans since childhood, Template:Citation needed whereas he would make his appearance with Shawn and Marlon Wayans on The Wayans Bros (he was credited as Casey Lee), ​UPN's In the House, opposite another friend, rapper-actor LL Cool J, and ABC-TV crime drama series NYPD Blue. Casey presently appears over the internet in a web series titled Punanny Diaries, as the character "James". Casey is currently starring in a buddy cop comedy feature film, titled CarrMell Sunday, where he appears as Detective Chris Mell, a gambling addict. As of late November 2012, the film is due to be released on Video On Demand, Netflix, Hulu, around late 2012 or early 2013. ​

ReferencesEdit

  1. Tim Brooks, Earle Marsh (2003). [[1] The complete directory to prime time network and cable TV shows, 1946-present]. Random House. p. 573. [2]. Retrieved 2010-07-12. 

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