Where Are They Now: The Cast of 'Two Can Play That Game'

This classic opened in theaters 22 years ago today.

Released on September 7, 2001, "Two Can Play That Game" was a romantic comedy that left audiences laughing and swooning in equal measure. Featuring a talented ensemble cast -- some of whom who were just on the rise -- the film brought together some of the industry's brightest stars in Black Hollywood. Let's catch up with the cast of this beloved classic and see where they are today:

Vivica A. Fox (Shante Smith): Vivica A. Fox has remained a prominent figure in Hollywood. She's appeared in numerous films and television shows over the years, showcasing her versatility as an actress. Her recent work includes roles in TV series like "Empire" and "The Wrong" film series. She was also a co-host on FOX Soul's "Cocktails With Queens," which aired from September 2020 to June 2023.

Anthony Anderson (Tony): Anthony Anderson has become a household name, particularly for his role in the hit TV show "Black-ish." He's also known for hosting "To Tell the Truth" and has continued working in film and television.

Wendy Raquel Robinson (Karen): Wendy Raquel Robinson has enjoyed a successful career in television and film. She's well-remembered for her role in the original TV series "The Game" and has made guest appearances in various shows. She also starred in "The Game" reboot, which is streaming on Paramount+.

Where Are They Now? The Cast of 'Scary Movie'

Tamala Jones (Tracey Johnson): Tamala Jones has kept busy with acting since her "Two Can Play That Game" days. She's had notable roles in TV series like "Castle" and "Rebel" and continues to shine on screen.

Mo'Nique (Brenda): Mo'Nique has had a multifaceted career, excelling in comedy, acting, and even winning an Academy Award for her performance in "Precious." She's also known for her outspoken advocacy for diversity and equality in Hollywood.

Bobby Brown (Michael): Bobby Brown, a music icon, has maintained a presence in the entertainment industry. He's been involved in music, reality television, and, in 2017, even penned a memoir, "Every Little Step." The following year, "The Bobby Brown Story" series aired right here on BET. Most recently, Brown has had huge success with Bobby Brown Foods.

Morris Chestnut (Keith Fenton): Morris Chestnut's career has flourished. He's appeared in various films and TV series, including "Rosewood" and "The Resident," solidifying his status as a leading man in Hollywood. Last year, he revived  has iconic role as Lance Sullivan in "The Best Man: The Final Chapter."

The cast of "Two Can Play That Game" has certainly come a long way since the film's release in 2001! See the vintage trailer below.

Latest News

Subscribe for BET Updates

Provide your email address to receive our newsletter.

By clicking Subscribe, you confirm that you have read and agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge our Privacy Policy. You also agree to receive marketing communications, updates, special offers (including partner offers) and other information from BET and the Paramount family of companies. You understand that you can unsubscribe at any time.