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Keywords: Brief Nudity, Black, Bald Hair, Singer/musician

Nude Roles: 1

Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, US

Date of Birth: 11/03/73

Real Name: Kirk Jones

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Named for his prominent role in a NYC based shoplifting crew, Kirk Jones aka Sticky Fingaz really made a name for himself as part of the Queens-based rap group Onyx, a foursome that experienced multi-platinum success thanks to their 1993 hit single “Slam”. We'd be a slam pig for Sticky! The rough and tumble rapper eventually went solo as a musician, but also opted to do some acting. Earning his first role in the 1993 television movie Strapped, it wasn’t long until Sticky garnered more substantial roles in big films like Clockers (1995) and Dead Presidents (1995), was Deebo's little brother Tyrone in Next Friday (2000), and killed it as Cedric in the legendary Leprechaun 6: Back 2 Tha Hood (2003). These are all great roles, but Fingaz’ best work came when Sticky made his nude debut in the prison drama Doing Hard Time (2004). As Eddie Mathematic, Sticky joined Michael Kenneth Wiliams in the drama about a father intentionally getting sent to jail to protect his son. We see Sticky's rump while while taking a group shower, and can't believe how broad his back is, and how tight his tush is. Seeing it, we bet we know where you'd wanna stick ya fingaz! It's very sexy, at least until someone gets shanked. Still, we wanked. Sticky moved on to some more mainstream stuff, like playing Jeremy in the remake of Flight of the Phoenix (2004), Kern Little on The Shield, and even took the reins from Wesley Snipes as the badass half vampire daywalker Blade in Spike TV's Blade: The Series. While he's still rapping, over the years Sticky has popped up in episodes of stuff like Rizzoli & Isles, CSI: Miami, Empire, NCIS: Los Angeles, and currently has a recurring role as Anthony on Flatbush Misdemeanors. He's also writing and directing his own stuff like the basketball drama Brooklyn Night (2022), and was the composer for Travis Scott and Drake's monster hit music video "Sicko Mode." You don't want to know how sick our thoughts get watching Sticky Fingaz!