Co-starred with Denis Leary in the ABC comedy-drama "The Job"
Portrayed a crooked cop in "Payback"
Played Tim Roth's adoptive father in "The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean", first English-language film by Italian director Giuseppe Tornatore
Filmed unsold ABC pilot, "The Game", starring Luke Perry, who also executive produced, along with "Magic" Johnson and the creators John Tinker and Bill D'Elia
Fourth film with Spike Lee, "He Got Game"
Acted in Apted's HBO-movie "Always Outnumbered"
Reunited with Fleder for "Kiss the Girls"
Appeared as detective in Michael Apted's "Extreme Measures"
Portrayed Easy Wind in Gary Fleder's feature directing debut, "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead"
Made guest appearances on episodes of "Chicago Hope" (CBS) and "New York Undercover" (Fox)
Acted in Condon's "Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh"
Had regular role as Jack Cloud in short-lived CBS series "Traps"
Supplied the moral center for USA Network TV-movie "Silent Witness: What the Child Saw" with his sensitive portrayal of William Crawford
Played Whoopi Goldberg's "protector" in "Sister Act"
Portrayed Southern police chief in Bill Condon's "White Lie", a USA World Premiere Movie
Received critical acclaim for his performance as Bradley Jordan, the physical therapist, opposite Harrison Ford in Mike Nichols' "Regarding Henry"
Played Duh Duh Duh Man in Mario Van Peebles' "New Jack City"
Third film with Lee, "Mo' Better Blues"
Reteamed with Lee for arguably his most memorable role, the menacing Radio Raheem, in "Do the Right Thing"
TV debut, CBS-movie "The Littlest Victims"
Feature debut in fellow Morehouse alum Spike Lee's "School Daze"
Worked with friend Al Cooper as member of comedy team Nunn and Cooper in nightclubs
Raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
While attending Morehouse College in Atlanta, began acting in local theater productions, eventually performing in "Fences", "A Soldier's Play" and "Macbeth", among others
Nunn received the Artist in Residence Award from the Georgia Council for the Arts and has served as Artist in Residence at Atlanta's Spelman College.
He has performed frequently at Atlanta's prestigious Alliance Theater in "Fences", "T-Bone'n Weasel" and "Home", among other productions.
While working as a ball boy with later Pittsburgh Steelers President Art Rooney II, the two of them briefly stole "Mean" Joe Greene's car and took it for a joyride.
Considered a career in political science before discovering his love of acting in college.
Attended Morehouse College with frequent collaborator Spike Lee.