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Bernie Mac

Bernie Mac young

Birth Date

October 5, 1957


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



6 ft 2 in | 189 cm

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82 kg | 180 lbs

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Bernie Mac young Mini Bio best movies

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Bernie Mac was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on October 5, 1957, was an American actor and comedian. Young Bernie Mac began his career as an stand-up comedian in Chicago's Cotton Club. He made his big screen debut in crime comedy film Mo' Money (1992) in role as Club Doorman. Bernie's breakthrough role came in American sitcom The Bernie Mac Show (2001-2006), for which he was nominated for two Emmy Award.

Best films

House Party 3 (1994) comedy in role as Uncle Vester

Friday (1995) drama comedy opposite Ice Cube and Chris Tucker

Ocean's Eleven (2001) heist in role as Frank Catton

Bad Santa (2003) drama comedy with Billy Bob Thornton

Guess Who (2005) comedy romance with Ashton Kutcher and Zoë Saldaña

Transformers (2007) science fiction action in role as Bobby Bolivia, a used cars salesman

Old Dogs (2009) comedy with John Travolta and Robin Williams

Soul Men (2008) musical comedy with Samuel L. Jackson

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) action comedy in role as Jimmy Bosley

Mr 3000 (2004) sports comedy with Angela Bassett

Pride (2007) sports drama with Terrence Howard

Get on the Bus (1996) drama directed by Spike Lee

The Original Kings of Comedy (2000) stand-up comedy


He won the Miller Lite Comedy Search in 1990.

Was a Chicago White Sox fan.

He married Rhonda McCullough on September 17, 1977, they had one daughter, JeNiece.

Bernie died on August 9, 2008, Chicago, Illinois, United States, at age of 50.


"The Bernie Mac Show" is my life. It's the truth, and I'm not ashamed of a minute, an hour, or a second of my life.

When I get a chance to play golf or go on a boat with good people, take the boat out and put some lobsters on the grill, get the ice - cold beer and the cigars - that's heaven here on earth.

I'm not a star, and I don't want to be a star. Stars fall. I'm an ordinary guy with an extraordinary job.

I came from a place where there wasn't a lot of joy.

My comedy comes from pain. I can't stand to see someone hurting.

Fear is not one of my attributes.

I'm funny. I'm a comedian. I'm not a clown.

I love who I am. I love what I've become.

I know doing movies is where I need to be. That's where my audience wants to see me.