Darius McCrary who portrayed Eddie Winslow on the ‘90s sitcom brings his one man show to the Blvd.
Actor, rapper, singer and producer Darius McCrary – best known for his role as Eddie Winslow on the long-running television series "Family Matters" – is bringing his one man show to The Rialto Theatre on Friday, June 17.
During his appearance, Darius will read excerpts from his one man show called “I’m Not Laughing” and visit with fans. Darius is encouraging all artists who can draw, animate, clay-mate, or have any type of creative vision to come to the show and hang out!
Darius began his career in Hollywood at the age of nine and in addition to “Family Matters” his acting credits include Bowie James on NBC's "Committed,” Jamal in UPN's "Eve,” Malcolm Winters on "The Young and the Restless."
He has appeared on the NBC/Paramount miniseries "Kingpin," HBO's multi-award-winning "Don King: Only in America," starring Ving Rhames and as Royce Slocumb in the classic comedy, "Kingdom Come" Other roles also include playing opposite to Robert De Niro in "15 Minutes" as detective Tommy Cullen, in the Oscar winning "Mississippi Burning" as Aaron Williams. and “Something to Sing About."
Darius is a humanitarian at heart and is currently in production for his show and podcast Beyond Black, which is dedicated to highlighting that people are more than just the color of their skin and excellence doesn’t start or end at the category that others may place you. Alongside celebrities and up-and-coming actors & artists, he brings together incredible talents in the form of interviews, skits, reels, and short-films. The show will address important issues such as social justice & racial inequality, but also share an authentic look at the Real Darius McCrary.