Though known worldwide as a talented rapper, Nate Dogg also brought his memorable style and charisma to the world of entertainment. Dogg worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "1st Annual BET Awards" (BET, 2000-01), the Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker smash hit "Rush Hour 2" (2001) and the Carmen Electra and Shawn Wayans box office smash "Scary Movie" (2000). He also contributed to "The 1994 MTV Movie Awards" (MTV, 1993-94), "The 4th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards" and "Woo" with Jada Pinkett Smith (1998). In the early 2000s, Dogg's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like the dramatic adventure "The Transporter" (2002) with Jason Statham and the Eddie Murphy action movie "I Spy" (2002). Dogg's music was also featured in "Honey" (2003), the comedy "Are We There Yet?" (2005) with Ice Cube and the Will Smith hit romantic comedy "Hitch" (2005). His music was also featured in the Ewan McGregor box office smash animated comedy "Robots" (2005). Dogg's music was most recently used in the Hugh Jackman action flick "Real Steel" (2011). Dogg passed away in March 2011 at the age of 42.