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Khalil Kain was born and raised in New York City. A 20 plus year veteran actor best known for his turn as “Raheem” in the urban classic film JUICE.
Khalil has been in eight feature films, last seen in Tyler Perry’s “For Colored Girls”. Kain played the character Darnell as a series regular on the show Girlfriends for six seasons.
As an educator Khalil Kain taught a course titled Responsibility of Imagery at City College in New York City and also instructed youth at the Harlem School of the Arts in drama. Khalil directed a production of Sam Shepard’s BURIED CHILD at Aaron Davis Hall on the campus of City College in Harlem USA, where he sits on the Board for the City College Center of the Arts.
Khalil has now penned his first play LAMBS TO SLAUGHTER, which has been workshopped at the Cell as part of the Blackboard Reading Series and CMORE Festival. In March of 2018 Khalil will be directing his first feature film titled MASTERS.