Treach, front man of the multi-platinum-selling rap trio Naughty-By-Nature and CEO of Illtown Films, made his film debut in the critically acclaimed urban drama Juice with Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps. His film credits also include Jason's Lyric, Who's The Man, Boricua's Blood, Love and a Bullet, Book of Love and Face, a film by Bertha Pan which premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. While continuing his recording career, Treach also builds his acting resume, most recently with a role in the Showtime drama Conviction opposite Omar Epps, Dana Delany and Charles Dutton. He has also had a recurring role on Showtime's Soul Food, and can be seen later this year on an episode of NBC's Third Watch. Treach's role as a first-time felon on the HBO series OZ was written specially for him by writer-director Tom Fontana. The creators of OZ have also cast him as a lead in the new HBO series Baseball Wives. Treach can be heard and seen in animated form in the new DVD release of The Contract, which is based on the live-action feature film Love and a Bullet. Naughty By Nature's latest album is Iicons on TVT Records.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.