Darius McCrary, born May 1, made his feature film debut in 1987 opposite Paul Winfield in Big Shots, in which he played the lead role of the street-wise con artist named Scam. He made his second film appearance in the Academy Award-nominated film Mississippi Burning. Among his television credits are guest appearances on the series Amen, Hooperman and What's Happening Now?, as well as several commercials. When not acting, McCrary focuses on his other love, music, and enjoys composing songs that combine R&B and jazz. On Family Matters, he has performed duets with popular recording artists Tracy Spencer, and Shanice with whom he sang You're the One..., a song he wrote. In 1992, McCrary also recorded a song he co-wrote about the Los Angeles riots titled, Work Together.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Darius McCrary Facts
|Birthday||May 1, 1976 (41)|
|Birthplace||Walnut, California, USA|
|Height||6' 3" (1m91) How tall is Darius McCrary compared to you?|