November 22, 1968
New York, New York, United States
Khalil Kain (born Khaliloeron Kain; November 22, 1964) an American actor and rapper also known as K. Kain best known for his role as Raheem in the 1992 film Juice and as Darnell Wilkes on Girlfriends, replacing Flex Alexander.
Life and career
He first appeared in the 1992 film Juice as Raheem. Kain has also portrayed Roosevelt Nathaniel Hobbs in the 1994 comedy drama, Renaissance Man. Some of his credits include Suddenly Susan, Friends, Blue Bloods, Baadasssss!, Living Single, Moesha, Angel, and Sister, Sister.
Kain portrayed Marvin Cox in the 1997 romantic comedy, Love Jones and golfer Tiger Woods in Showtime's The Tiger Woods Story. He was also in Bones with co-star Snoop Dogg. Kain has been an avid student of martial arts since 1996, and holds a black belt in hapkido.
He also played the role of Bill in the 2010 movie For Colored Girls.
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- "Male Celebs Who Practice Martial Arts", Jet, Sept. 24, 2001, at p. 40.
- "What are they now! One on One Cast". Top 10 Queen Social. August 20, 2010. Retrieved September 6, 2010.
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