Khamani Griffin
American actor
Khamani Griffin
Khamani Griffin is an American actor and is best known for playing the voice of Tolee in the Nick Jr show Ni Hao, Kai-Lan. He starred as Ben Hinton in Daddy Day Care (2003) and had a role in Norbit (2007). He has also appeared in Grey's Anatomy, ER, and My Name Is Earl. His most notable role, however, was as Robert "Bobby" James, Jr. in the television series All of Us, created by Will Smith.
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Isi hoitaa - Iltalehti
Google News - almost 6 years
'Pääasia' on kuitenkin kai lapsille tarkoitettu vaippa- ja kakkahuumori. Moni koomikko on uran alamäessä turvautunut lapsiin ja huomannut näiden vievän jutun - nyt kohtausvaras on Murphyn poikaa esittävä Khamani Griffin
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Pint-Size Peacemaker With a Lot To Teach
NYTimes - about 9 years
They're both assertive young heroines with dark eyes and dark hair, brightly colored animal friends, theme songs that feature much chanting of their names and a habit of slipping non-English words into their conversations. Oh, and they both work for the same division of Viacom. One major difference: Dora the Explorer has made more than $1 billion
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - almost 11 years
8:30 P.M. (9) ALL OF US -- ''The N-Word.'' Right in the middle of a game of Go Fish at his elaborate birthday party, little Bobby (Khamani Griffin, above, with Duane Martin and LisaRaye McCoy as his parents) suddenly uses a racial epithet. (''I thought it meant friend or homey,'' he tells another child later.) The incident triggers a debate among
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NEW DVD's; Inspired by Good Books, Folkies and Johnny Cash
NYTimes - over 13 years
Two book adaptations yield good movies this week. Christopher Guest moves from dog show to folk stage, and Johnny Cash is in jail in Nashville. A mini-series made in Japan overcomes a language barrier. Superman returns, and so does the phantom. Holes In an allegory of several parts, the inmates of a boys' detention camp do nothing but dig five-foot
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Rap Diva. A Painful Divorce. Cue the Laugh Track.
NYTimes - over 13 years
Agents have to stop telling celebrities that their lives could be a sitcom. The results are all too visible in two new UPN shows best described as agenda sitcoms. ''Eve,'' which has its premiere tonight, is a single-girl comedy wrapped around the marketing ambitions of the show's star and co-executive producer, Eve, a 23-year-old rap diva who is
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; Men Without Paychecks, Now Minding the Children
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Daddy Day Care Eddie Murphy, Jeff Garlin, Steve Zahn, Regina King, Khamani Griffin, Anjelica Huston Directed by Steve Carr PG 93 minutes Trying to promote a vegetable-based breakfast cereal called Veggios, the marketing man Charlie Hinton (Mr. Murphy) winds up on unemployment. Charlie has a Mercedes convertible and a nice house. Soon he will have a
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FILM REVIEW; All Right, Everyone, Into the Playpen
NYTimes - almost 14 years
The most astonishing thing about ''Daddy Day Care,'' a comedy that would have to work harder even to justify the appellation uninspired, is that a kick in the groin is now a joke for toddlers. They are both the target audience and the co-stars of this Eddie Murphy vehicle -- more of a Big Wheel, really. In the movie, intended for those who take
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