Raynr's time spent in front of the camera helped him achieve the transition to screenwriter and director. Raynr wrote and directed the short True Class for Gotham Entertainment and co-produced Martin Lawrence's A Thin Line Between Love & Hate.
For television, Raynr co-created the pilot Momz Home for UPN in 1996 and worked as story editor on the hit series Malcom & Eddie for UPN in 1997.
Recent projects include writing and directing re-shoots for New Line's Woo, starring Jada Pinkett, and writing It's A Family Thang, which he also plans to direct, for Def Pictures. Raynr's debut feature film was the Beacon-produced Trippin', released by October Films' Rogue Pictures in 1999.
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