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David Raynr

David Raynr spent the early part of his career working as an actor, beginning with his groundbreaking role as Sly on James At Fifteen and culminating with his portrayal of Sammy Davis Jr. on the CBS miniseries, Sinatra.

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.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.

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