SMOKE

It begin in 1969, the birth of a laughing baby boy.  It was the first of its kin, and you could say his career began with his first words.  Born in Atlanta, he and his family moved south to Macon, Ga. when he was a year old where he grew up and attended high school.  In 1989-1995 he served his country in the U.S. Army during Desert Storm/Shield and received medals, certificates and an honorable discharge declaring him a Veteran of War.  In 1998 smoke made his and 1/2 hr Grandstand in Los Angeles Ca.   He aired on the show 5 consecutive times until 2002.  After the success of comic view, smoke began to appear in rap videos such as "Throw your hood up" and "Get Low" performed by Lil Jon and the Eastside Boys.  In 2003 the comedian came to terms and agreements with Bad Boy Entertainment and P. Diddy on a new hit show called "P.Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy" set to be released in 2005.  If there's one thing we know, SMOKE always rises to the top.

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