Suli McCullough was a vibrant source of comedy on the big screen, bringing laughter and joy to many audiences over the course of his Hollywood career. McCullough's early roles were in comedies like "Fatal Instinct" (1993) starring Armand Assante. McCullough also brought characters to life with his vocal talents in "Martin" (Fox, 1991-97). He then appeared in the biopic drama "The Fence" (1994) with Billy Wirth, the action picture "Terminal Velocity" (1994) with Charlie Sheen and the Shawn Wayans comedy "Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood" (1996). He spent the nineties and the early 2000s tackling film roles in the Ryan O'Neal comedy "Burn, Hollywood, Burn" (1998), the drama "Dancing in September" (2001) with Nicole Ari Parker and the comedy sequel "Scary Movie 2" (2001) with Shawn Wayans. He also appeared in "Run, Ronnie, Run" (2002). McCullough most recently wrote "iHeartRadio Music Awards" (NBC, 2014-15).