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LAMMAN RUCKER, early 30's
HOME BASE: New York City
DOING RIGHT: When he’s not burning up the silver screen in Tyler Perry’s Meet The Browns or starring on stage in the Negro Ensemble Company’s drama WEBEIME, this Pittsburgh-born thespian speaks nationwide about the importance of HIV/AIDS awareness with BET’s Rap-It-Up Campaign. Since 1998 the organization has provided testing initiatives, speaking forums and school events reaching millions across the country. “There is a staggering number of people in our community who we are losing to this disease,” says Rucker. “I believe that a big part of being an artist is social responsibility and activism.”
WHY HE LOVES BLACK WOMEN:“Their resilience. Black women have such a tough spirit about them.”
ROMANTIC MOVE: “I knew my lady [at the time] had a stressful day and was feeling really tense. She came home and I didn’t let her touch anything or do anything. I cooked her dinner, rubbed her feet and prepared the bathroom, and made sure it smelled nice before we took a shower together.”
HOBBIES:Playing pool and board games, debating, and studying and practicing Capoiera (a Brazilian mix of martial arts and dance).
MOTTO: “To whom much is given, much is required.”
E-MAIL LAMMAN: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the poll results on Essence - rather sad, aye? LOL
Are you still searching for your Do Right Man?
Yes, I am still looking 90.2%
No, I've found him 9.7%