American rapper, singer-songwriter and record producer Snoop Dogg began his music career featuring in Dr. Dre’s solo debut ‘Deep Cover’. His first two albums ‘Doggystyle’ (1993) and ‘Tha Doggfather’ (1996) became huge hits garnering 4× platinum (1994) and double platinum (1997) respectively. He forayed into acting with the 1994 short film ‘Murder Was the Case’ and then featured in starring and cameo roles in many films. His notable TV features include in sketch-comedy show ‘Doggy Fizzle Televizzle’ (2002–2003) and variety show ‘Dogg After Dark’ (2009).
Continuing with his career in music, Snoop Dogg has over the years performed in supporting and cameo roles in several notable top-grossing films. These include the 1998 American stoner-comedy film ‘Half Baked’; 2001 American neo-noir crime-thriller film ‘Training Day’; 2004 American crime-action buddy cop comedy film ‘Starsky & Hutch’; and 2009 British-American mockumentary comedy film ‘Brüno’.
Filmography of Snoop Dogg also includes films featuring him in starring roles. Among these the pornographic film ‘Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle’ (2000) and hip hop-styled comedy film ‘The Wash’ (2001) remained commercial success while the horror film ‘Bones’ (2001) failed at box-office.