Starred in ABC comedy "Uncle Buck"
Reprised his role as Black Doug in "The Hangover Part III"
Co-starred opposite Jordin Sparks in musical drama "Sparkle," a remake of the 1976 film loosely based on the story of The Supremes
Re-teamed with Ice Cube in the comedy "Lottery Ticket"
Appeared in comedy hit "The Hangover"
Co-starred in action comedy "Next Day Air"
Co-starred in Malcolm D. Lee's ensemble comedy "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins"
Co-starred with Don Cheadle and Cedric The Entertainer in "Talk To Me"
Cast in the romantic comedy "Something New"
Cast as Ralph Kramden's best friend Ed Norton in the big-screen remake of "The Honeymooners"
Co-starred in the comedy "The Fighting Temptations"
Reteamed with Ice Cube in the action comedy "All About the Benjamins"
Made third collaboration with Ice Cube, co-starring in the sequel "Friday After Next"
Featured in the Harvard-set, marijuana-fueled comedy "How High" alongside rappers Method Man and Redman
Lent his voice to a character in "Dr. Dolittle 2"
Appeared in the Jamie Foxx actioner "Bait"
Had a cameo in "3 Strikes"
Starred as Day-Day, Ice Cube's emasculated cousin in the comedy sequel "Next Friday"; improvised much of his performance
Guested on an episode of "The Sopranos" (HBO)
Featured in actor Vin Diesel's directorial debut "Strays"
Began touring the Def Comedy Jam circuit
First tried stand-up at a talent competition in his native Indiana
Moved to Atlanta, where he became a regular performer at the Comedy Act Theater
Epps served four months in a juvenile center for gluing a classmate's hands together.