1. Clifford Smith better known by his stage name Method Man, is an actor and member of the hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan. As a solo artist, He won a Grammy for Best Rap performance for "I'll Be There for You/You're all I Need" with Mary J. Blige. Smith made his feature film debut in the film One Eight Seven starring Sam Jackson which he followed up with the crime thriller Copland. But Smith made his first prominent big-screen appearance in Hype Williams urban dram Belly. Since then, he had......  Read Full Bio »

Full Biography

  1. Clifford Smith better known by his stage name Method Man, is an actor and member of the hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan. As a solo artist, He won a Grammy for Best Rap performance for "I'll Be There for You/You're all I Need" with Mary J. Blige. Smith made his feature film debut in the film One Eight Seven starring Sam Jackson which he followed up with the crime thriller Copland. But Smith made his first prominent big-screen appearance in Hype Williams urban dram Belly. Since then, he had starring roles in Universal's How High and MGM's Soul Plane. He had recurring roles in critically acclaimed television shows such as HBO's The Wire, Oz, as well as CSI Crime Scene Investigation and guest star stints on several other primetime series including The Good Wife, Law and Order and Burn Notice. Other film credits include Garden State, the award winning The Wackness and comedy spoof Meet the Spartans. Recently he appeared alongside Jonah Hill in comedy The Sitter and in the Lucasfilm action drama ensemble Red Tails.

Advertisement