Where Are They Now: The Cast of Booty Call

The film hit theaters on this day in 1997.

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Booty Call (1997)  - This low budget (and lowbrow) romantic comedy is best known for launching the film career of Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx. The film is about a guy trying to christen his new relationship with a first night of sex, and it features future stars like Bernie Mac and Vivica A. Fox. On the film's 20th anniversary, here's a look at the cast who helped push the street term for a late-night search for fornication into the American vocabulary. (Photo: Columbia Pictures)

Jamie Foxx  - Jamie Foxx was cast as bad boy Bunz. The Oscar-winning actor has been on a roll ever since: from his Academy Award-winning turn in Ray to his starring role in Quentin Tarantino's controversial Django Unchained.  (Photos from left: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images, Columbia Pictures)

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Jamie Foxx  - Jamie Foxx was cast as bad boy Bunz. The Oscar-winning actor has been on a roll ever since: from his Academy Award-winning turn in Ray to his starring role in Quentin Tarantino's controversial Django Unchained.  (Photos from left: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images, Columbia Pictures)

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Vivica A. Fox  - Vivica A. Fox starred as the no-nonsense character Lysterine, who ends up falling for Bunz. Since Booty Call, Fox has kept busy as one of Hollywood's hardest-working actresses. Since then, she went on to star in several films like the drama Dead End and the comedy It's Not You, It's Me. She also appeared on reality TV in the hit Celebrity Apprentice. Recently, though, she's been making more headlines for her feud with ex-boyfriend 50 Cent than her acting. (Photos from left: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images, Columbia Pictures)

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Tommy Davidson  - Tommy Davidson played Rushon, who is trying to consummate his relationship with his new girlfriend. Davidson is best known for his breakout gig as a player on the groundbreaking TV sketch comedy show In Living Color. He went on to serve as the voice behind the character Creamy Corn on the hit animated series Black Dynamite and is also known for providing the voice of Oscar Proud on the hit Disney channel animated series The Proud Family. (Photos from left: Jason Merritt/Getty Images, Columbia Pictures)

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Tamala Jones  - The role of Nikki, Rushon's new girlfriend, went to Tamala Jones. The actress has garnered most of her big acting gigs on TV, starring on such series as One on One and My Name is Earl. She can now be seen on the hit TV show Castle. (Photos from left: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly, Columbia Pictures)

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Art Malik  - Art Malik played the uncredited role of Akmed. The veteran Pakistani actor has had an acting career which spans over 30 years. After his breakout role in the critically acclaimed film A Passage to India (1984), Ali has landed on TV series such as Hothouse, Unfinished Business and Holby City. He went on to play Mr. Amanjit on the TV show Upstairs Downstairs, which ended in 2012. He became a staple on TV following that, appearing in several series including Borgia, Homeland, Arthur & George and Undercover. (Photo: Getty Images)

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Art Malik  - Art Malik played the uncredited role of Akmed. The veteran Pakistani actor has had an acting career which spans over 30 years. After his breakout role in the critically acclaimed film A Passage to India (1984), Ali has landed on TV series such as Hothouse, Unfinished Business and Holby City. He went on to play Mr. Amanjit on the TV show Upstairs Downstairs, which ended in 2012. He became a staple on TV following that, appearing in several series including Borgia, Homeland, Arthur & George and Undercover. (Photo: Getty Images)

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Jeff Pollack  - Booty Call marked Jeff Pollack's second Hollywood directing gig after his debut helming Above the Rim. Pollack would go on to direct only one more film, Lost & Found. Fortunately, he worked more as a producer, working behind the scenes on such TV shows as The Tyra Banks Show and the film The Fighting Temptations. He unfortunately passed away on December 23, 2013, of natural causes while exercising. (Photo: Columbia Pictures)

Bernie Mac — Tribute to a King

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Bernie Mac  - Bernie Mac landed the role of Judge Peabody. In the years following Booty Call, Mac became a comedy icon, landing his own hit TV sitcom, The Bernie Mac Show, and several big film roles, including Ocean's 13, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa and Soul Men. Unfortunately, Mac died after suffering complications from pneumonia in 2008.(Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)