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Tyrin Turner (born July 17, 1971) is an American actor from South Central, Los Angeles who has appeared in movies since 1989. Turner is best known for playing the main character, Caine "Kaydee" Lawson, in the 1993 film Menace II Society. He also has made guest appearances on television shows such as Chicago Hope and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper and has made several cameos in music videos throughout the 90s.
Around 1998, Turner signed to Rap-a-Lot Records as Caine and was featured on the Geto Boys album Da Good Da Bad & Da Ugly and Scarface's My Homies album. He was a part of a group and a solo album was expected but one never surfaced. Rumors surfaced that he was also shot in the face due to swelling of his cheeks but it was merely from an altercation in LA. He is currently writing sketch comedies for Affion Crocket and Jamie Foxx.
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