LL Cool J: A Career Timeline

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Hollywood Awaits

 

LL gets his first big break in television, starring in his own NBC sitcom  (later moved to UPN), In The House. He plays Marion Hill, an ex-football player who’s struggling financially and rents out his home to a newly divorced mother of two, played by Debbie Allen. The series also starred Kim Wayans, Lark Voorhies, Alfonso Ribiero and Maia Campbell.  It was a success, running for four seasons, until it was cancelled in 1999.

(Photo: UPN)