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On the world of the silver screen, Sinbad made an appropriate debut as a standup comedian in 1989 with That's Adequate. Following with notably funny bone-tickling minor roles in Necessary Roughness (1991) and Coneheads (1993), he took the lead for 1995's Houseguest and has since turned up memorably alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in Jingle All the Way and with James Coburn and Burt Reynolds in the made-for-television film The Cherokee Kid (both 1996), all the while making frequent appearances in standup cable specials and continuing to tour tirelessly.

In addition to his constant efforts to bring laughter to the masses, Sinbad has dedicated his free time and personal efforts to such causes as the Children's Defense Fund and the Omega Boys Club. Sinbad also made his bid to increase AIDS awareness with his involvement in the Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS and You video in 1992. His intense dedication to family is evident in his hiring of his brothers and sisters to assist him in his numerous endeavors.

Treading Water (2002)
Hansel & Gretel (2002) .... Raven
Crazy as Hell (2002) .... Orderly
Ready to Run (2000) (TV) .... Voice of 'Hollywood Shuffle'
Vibe (1997) TV Series .... Host
Good Burger (1997) .... Mr. Wheat
The Cherokee Kid (1996) (TV) .... The Cherokee Kid/Isaiah Turner
Jingle All the Way (1996) .... Myron Larabee
First Kid (1996) .... Sam Simms
Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (1996) (voice) .... Riley
Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (1995) TV Series (voice) .... The Frog Prince
Houseguest (1995) .... Kevin Franklin
Aliens for Breakfast (1994) (TV)
Countdown to Kid's Day (1993) (TV) .... Host
The Sinbad Show (1993) TV Series .... David Bryan
The Meteor Man(1993) .... Malik, Stacy's Boyfriend
Coneheads (1993) .... Otto
Circus of the Stars and Sideshow (1992) (TV) .... Performer
Sinbad and Friends: All the Way Live... Almost! (1991) (TV)
Necessary Roughness (1991) .... Andre Krimm
Sinbad: Brain Damaged (1990) (TV)
That's Adequate (1989) .... Stand-up Comic
It's Showtime at the Apollo (1988) TV Series .... Host
A Different World (1987) TV Series .... Coach Walter Oakes
Keep On Cruisin (1987) TV Series .... Co-Host
The Redd Foxx Show (1986) TV Series .... Byron Lightfoot
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Sinbad is the name used by an actor and stand-up comedian from the United States of America, born November 10, 1956 as David Adkins Sinbad.

After his time of college in 1974 to 1978, his film career began in 1985 and he appeared on The Redd Foxx Show in 1986.

A hardworking funnyman who's clean, family friendly persona and animated antics have endeared him into the hearts of dedicated fans worldwide; Sinbad has worked tirelessly to rise to the top of the standup circuit, finding success in both television and film in addition to his popular stage act.

Born David Adkins on November 18, 1956, in Benton Harbor, MI, the energetic youngster spent much of his youth entertaining his three brothers and two sisters and refining his unique sense of humor. A passion for basketball and the Harlem Globetrotters won the red-haired youth (affectionately christened 'Red' Chamberlain by his teammates) a basketball scholarship to the University of Denver, but a knee injury later sidelined his professional sports aspirations. Turning back to his humorous instincts, Sinbad hit the road for his 'Poverty Tour,' working the comedy circuits while taking the Greyhound from city to city and living hand-to-mouth. Adapting the moniker of a legend that embodied the spirit of strength, adventure, and optimism symbolized all that the hardworking comedian aspired to be. Putting his faith in God and his ability to make others laugh paid off, and following seven appearances on Star Search the now-established Sinbad was given his television break by comedy legend Redd Foxx. Playing Foxx's son on The New Redd Foxx show in the mid-'80s found the aspiring actor expanding his talents, and though the show didn't last long, it did bring said talents to the attention of yet another comedy legend, Bill Cosby. Following a few other television appearances, Sinbad joined the cast of Cosby Show spin-off A Different World in 1987. Concurrently serving as host for It's Showtime at the Apollo continued his career momentum on the right track, and before long he had developed his own television show, Sinbad and Friends All the Way Live...Almost.
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