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Biography
He is known as one of the original members of the team of the comedy sketch series MADtv and the role of the person of the company ‘7up’ from 1999 to 2002.
Orlando Jones (10.04.1968) is an American comedian, film and television actor. He is known as one of the original members of the team of the comedy sketch series MADtv and the role of the person of the company ‘7up’ from 1999 to 2002.
Jones was born in Mobile, Alabama. His mother is a Dominican, and his father is an African American, a former professional baseball player from the Philadelphia Phillies. As a child, he moved to Moldin, South Carolina; Here in 1985 he graduated from high school. One of the first experiences of the actor’s game Orlando was the role of a werewolf (werewolf) from a haunted house in a charity project to raise money for a graduation party for senior and junior classes. Jones entered Charleston College in South Carolina; He left it in 1990, and did not receive a degree.
To do what he really wanted – the entertainment industry – Jones created his own production company. The first work in Hollywood, he received in 1987, writing a script for the comedy channel NBC ‘Another World’ (‘A Different World’); At the end of the fifth season of the series, he even had a small role. In 1991 and 1992, Orlando wrote scripts for Fox’s ‘Roc’ series; In 1993 he acted as one of the producers of the show ‘The Sinbad Show’. Also, Jones had a small episode in the comedy series Fox ‘Herman’s Head’.
Orlando is known as a convinced vegan.
After playing the role of presenter in the musical series Fox ‘Sound FX’ in 1994, Jones became one of the first nine members of the project ‘MADtv’. Unlike most of his colleagues – at that time already stocked with the original repertoire – Orlando could not boast of a great experience of comedy performances. However, his scripts and the skills of the TV producer were incredibly useful for the show, which quickly became successful.
After two seasons, the project Jones left him to pursue a career in the world of cinema. However, in 2004 Jones will return to the project to celebrate his jubilee 200th issue. Thanks to this episode, Orlando became the third of five original participants ever to return to the show (besides him, Nicole Sullivan, Phil LaMarre, Artie Lange and Debra Wilson took part in the original project).
While working for ‘MADtv’, Orlando lived with Artie Lange, now co-hosted the ‘The Howard Stern Show’ project. As you know, Jones did not let his neighbor go home, if he tried to drag cocaine with him.

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