Questlove - Film Appearances

Film Appearances

In 2000 Questlove appeared with The Roots in Bamboozled, directed by Spike Lee.

In 2001 Questlove appeared with many other Roots members as The Lions in Marc Levin's 2001 Brooklyn Babylon, in which Black Thought had a starring role.

In 2005, Questlove appeared with The Roots in Dave Chappelle's Block Party and the following year, he appeared in the popular music film, Before the Music Dies. His latest appearances include Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest and documentary The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2010) for which he won the Swedish Guldbagge award for best music together with OmĀ“Mas Keith.

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