Tyrin Turner
American actor
Tyrin Turner
Tyrin Turner is an American actor who has appeared in movies since 1989. Turner is best known for playing the main character, Caine "Kaydee" Lawson, in the 1993 film Menace II Society. He also has made guest appearances on television shows such as Chicago Hope and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper. Around 1998, Turner signed to Rap-a-Lot Records as Caine and was featured on the Geto Boys album Da Good Da Bad & Da Ugly and Scarface's My Homies album.
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Consequence And Tyrin Turner Stir Up 'RapFix Live'
MTV News - over 3 years
Consequence And Tyrin Turner Stir Up 'RapFix Live' Larenz Tate also drops by and Bodega Bamz hits the mic. Related Artists Consequence
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East metro teams in top 10 at track meets - Rockdale Citizen
Google News - almost 6 years
Members of the relay team included Gayle, Gilbert, Worthy, Thomas, Warren and Tyrin Turner. Rockdale recorded 21 points at the meet to post a top-10 finish in Class AAAA. The Lady Bulldogs were led by Cree Clark, who finished fourth in the discus (125
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FILM VIEW; 'Menace II Society' Stakes a Claim to Bleak Turf
NYTimes - over 23 years
When two black teenagers, Caine and O-Dog, walk into a Korean grocery at the start of "Menace II Society," the store owner and his wife see a dangerous pair. Quite possibly, the audience does, too. O-Dog's pants are slung fashionably low, showing several inches of his boxer shorts; the boys shuffle in as if they own the place, and O-Dog opens his
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Twins' Movie-Making Vision: Fighting Violence With Violence
NYTimes - over 23 years
Few films begin and end with such unsparing brutality as "Menace II Society." "We wanted to show the realities of violence, we wanted to make a movie with a strong antiviolent theme and not like one of those Hollywood movies where hundreds of people die and everybody laughs and cheers," said Albert Hughes, the 21-year-old who directed this movie
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Review/Film; Teen-Agers Living Under the Gun
NYTimes - over 23 years
In the riveting opening scene of "Menace II Society," a tense transaction between a Korean grocer and two young black men in South-Central Los Angeles explodes into lethal violence. Caine (Tyrin Turner), a high school senior who lives with his grandparents, has gone out to buy some beers with his volatile sidekick O-Dog (Larenz Tate). When the
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Home Video
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Sports Star He soars and floats, slams and jams. On video as on the basketball court, Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls rolls up the score. Released in February by CBS /Fox, "Michael Jordan's Playground" has sold 500,000 copies and remains near the top of the best-seller lists. "At the rate it's going, it could be the best-selling sports tape
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tyrin Turner
  • 1998
    Age 21
    Around 1998, Turner signed to Rap-a-Lot Records as Caine and was featured on the Geto Boys album Da Good Da Bad & Da Ugly and Scarface's My Homies album.
    More Details Hide Details He was a part of a group and a solo album was expected but one never surfaced. Rumors surfaced that he was also shot in the face due to swelling of his cheeks but it was merely from an altercation in LA. He is currently writing sketch comedies for Affion Crocket and Jamie Foxx.
  • 1971
    Age -6
    Born in 1971.
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