Romeo Miller is an American actor, rapper, model, and entrepreneur. He released his debut single, ‘My Baby,’ in 2001, as ‘Lil Romeo.’ His first album, ‘Lil Romeo,’ was released in the same year and went gold in the US. The album sold more than 50,000 copies in the country.
His other albums are ‘Game Time’ (2002), ‘Romeoland’ (2004) and ‘Lottery’ (2006), all of which received mild success.
As an actor, Romeo made his debut as himself in American sitcom ‘The Hughleys.’ He starred in his own show ‘Romeo!’ which ran for three seasons, from 2003 to 2006. He was also seen in shows, such as ‘Dancing with the Stars’ (2006), ‘Charlie’s Angels’ (2011), ‘Empire’ (2016) and ‘Famous in Love’ (2018). He played important roles in films, such as ‘Honey’ (2003), ‘Down and Distance’ (2010), ‘Game Day’ (2013) and ‘American Fright Fest’ (2018).
Aspiring choreographer Honey Daniels meets music director, Michael Ellis, who offers her to choreograph a music video. Although this brings her money, fame and freedom, her life is shaken up after her mentor asks her to sleep with him or be blacklisted from the entire music industry.
Max is a young boy who is starting middle school. He soon faces harassment from the megalomaniac school principal, as well as from two bullies named Troy and McGinty. After he learns that his father is moving to Chicago for his boss, Max realizes that he can do whatever he wishes to his tormentors now, without any consequences, since he will be gone within a short time. He sets up a variety of pranks, and sets off on a mission of revenge.
Madea’s Witness Protection is a crime drama comedy film which tells the story of a nerdy CFO named George, whose life takes a turn after he is informed that his company is actually a Ponzi scheme run by the mafia. His boss Walter puts the blame on George for spearheading the scheme and disappears. Along with his family, George is put in a witness protection program by the FBI, but George is unable to adjust to the new surroundings.