Taye Diggs

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Taye Diggs narrated the ESPN Films documentary The Fab Five about University of Michigan basketball players Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson.

Scott Leo “Taye” Diggs (born January 2, 1971) is an American theatre, film and television actor. His nickname, Taye, comes from the playful pronunciation of Scotty as “Scottay”.

Taye Diggs narrated the ESPN Films documentary The Fab Five about University of Michigan basketball players Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson.

narrated the ESPN Films documentary The Fab Five about University of Michigan basketball players Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson.

Born in , Taye Diggs grew up in Rochester, New York, attending the School of the Arts. He received his bachelor of fine arts degree from Syracuse University, where he studied theater and was discovered by an agent while performing in a showcase during his senior year in college.

In 1996, he originated the role of the nasty landlord Benny in Jonathan Larson's - and Pulitzer Prize-winning Rent, which also starred his future wife, . After Rent he appeared as Mr. Black alongside Idina Menzel's character of Kate in Andrew Lippa's off-Broadway production of The Wild Party. Diggs also played The Bandleader in the long-running Broadway revival of Chicago and its 2002 film version and temporarily filled in for Norbert Leo Butz (an original Rent standby) as the love interest Fiyero of Idina Menzel's Elphaba character in Wicked. Diggs made his feature film debut starring opposite in the box-office hit .

Taye Diggs' first children's book “Chocolate Me!” was published in 2011 by Feiwel and Friends. The book, which tells the story of a relentlessly teased child who learns to appreciate what sets him apart from his neighbors, is illustrated by Diggs' longtime friend Shane W. Evans.

Taye Diggs married Rent co-star actress Idina Menzel on January 11, 2003. Their son, Walker Nathaniel Diggs, was born on September 2, 2009. Taye also co-owns and co-directs a dance company, dre.dance with fellow Broadway veteran, Andrew Palermo.

Taye Digg's Filmography

2018 Rivers Runs Red
2018 Set it Up
2017 ‘Til Death Do Us Part
2017 My Little Pony: The Movie
2016 Opening Night
2015 Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant
2013 Baggage Claim
2012 Between Us
2011 The Fab Five
2010
2010 Our Family Wedding
2008 Days of Wrath
2006 30 Days
2005 Cake
2004 Drum
2003 Malibu's Most Wanted
2003 Basic
2002 Chicago
2002 Equilibrium
2002 Brown Sugar
2002 Just a Kiss
2002 New Best Friend
2000 The Way of the Gun
1999 House on Haunted Hill
1999 The Best Man
1999 The Wood
1999 Go
1998 How Stella Got Her Groove Back
1998 Judging Amy

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