Source: tyesonm26.I dare you to try and think of one, just one, episode of “Martin” that you could classify as your favorite. The Fox show was probably what brought folks home on Thursday nights, and is also one of the few TV sitcoms that many people actually own on DVD, even though it often appears on TV through syndication. Maybe it was crazy Martin Lawrence and his many characters, the silly stories, or just how well the cast meshed together, but this show was THE bomb.
Time to take a walk down memory lane, and also look to the present to see what our favorite cast members and characters from the iconic black comedy are up to now.
” That scene was probably one of the funniest scenes on that show hands down, especially when Martin told him off: “First of all, my name ain’t no damn almond!
” But don’t get it twisted, that fella was actually the co-executive producer of “Martin.” After the show ended, he became an executive producer for “The Jamie Foxx Show,” a consulting producer for the short-lived “Orlando Jones Show,” and was an executive producer for Tatyana Ali’s web series, “Love That Girl” in 2010.
When he bounced from the show, Gries did a lot of guest roles on shows like “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Lost,” as well as a regular role on “The Pretender” and currently as Uncle Rico on the animated comedy, “Napoleon Dynamite.” And if you saw the movie, Source: Tracy Morgan I first was exposed to the very crazy Tracy Morgan when he played the hilarious Hustle Man on “Martin.” He was always trying to sell somebody something, conning folks, and was even seen playing a kazoo attached to a saxophone, talking about “Pick up the pieces!
” His short appearances on the show always brought a great amount of laughs.
You know, the guy who loved all the hats, cleaned planes, loved him some Big Shirley and lived with his mother? When the show ended, Payne stuck to a lot of TV work, including a few episodes of “The George Lopez Show,” a guest appearance on “Girlfriends,” and most recently, appearing on a few episodes of BET’s “The Game.” Source: Source: tvlistings.zap2Thomas Mikal Ford Bald head Tommy Strawn. Malcolm Barker on Source: tvlistings.zap2Tichina Arnold Loud mouth but loyal Pamela James.