Daryl Mitchell

  1. Tupac Shakur, Juice, 1991.   For his and Gerard Brown’s film school script moving in to real cinemas, director Ernest Dickerson (Spike Lee’s regular cinematographer) saw four hopefuls for Quincy: rappers Anthony “Treach” Criss and Money-B,  Donald Faison (chosen for a student), hip-hopper Daryl Mitchell.  Or, indeed five when when Shakur, who’d simply gone along for the ride with rapper pal Criss, asked to read. And nailed Bishop when he hurled a chair across the room. He then used his new found juice (’90s slang for respect and power) to get Criss a cameo as one of Radames’ homies. (And to think director Richard Donner had wanted to turn all the fury into a comedy.Lethal Weapon 95?)

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