Who is theresa randle dating

04-Jul-2016 06:54

Randle also appeared in Bad Boys (1995) with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as well as Todd Mc Farlene's SPAWN (1997).Randle's latest movie to date was Bad Boys II (2003) reprising her role as Theresa Burnett.She continued in small roles by directors like Abel Ferrara (King of New York (1990)) and Spike Lee (Jungle Fever (1991) and Malcolm X (1992)).Randle also starred with Wesley Snipes in the film Sugar Hill (1994) and also appeared with Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop III in the same year.At the end of college, she earned her first role at the Los Angeles Inner City Cultural Center and was seen in commercials. Theatrical roles include In Command of the Children, Sonata, 6 Parts of Musical Broadway, and Fight the Good Fight.In 1983 she appeared in a George Clinton video, "Last Dance".In 1987, she got her first big-screen break with Maid to Order.For the next three years, she appeared in small roles in films such as Easy Wheels (1989) and Heart Condition (1990), with Denzel Washington.

Before that, Randle had played small roles in two other Spike Lee films, Jungle Fever (1991) and Malcolm X (1992).

Both Theresa and MC is so secretive regarding their personal life that they never talked about their stuff.

Also, it’s tough to know if they are planning for the baby or is just letting the things go aside.

Most of us already know that the Hollywood system is broken, particularly when it comes to recognizing the talent of women in front of and behind the camera.

So folks took to Twitter today via the hashtag to sound off on the female talent they think is underrated and underused.

Before that, Randle had played small roles in two other Spike Lee films, Jungle Fever (1991) and Malcolm X (1992).

Both Theresa and MC is so secretive regarding their personal life that they never talked about their stuff.

Also, it’s tough to know if they are planning for the baby or is just letting the things go aside.

Most of us already know that the Hollywood system is broken, particularly when it comes to recognizing the talent of women in front of and behind the camera.

So folks took to Twitter today via the hashtag to sound off on the female talent they think is underrated and underused.

She began her career in the performing arts specializing in dance and comedy.