Keith Sweat

Throughout his Hollywood career, Keith Sweat had a variety of powerful musical performances. Sweat worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Grammy Legends Show" (CBS, 1990-91), "New Jack City" with Wesley Snipes (1991) and "The 5th Annual Soul Train Music Awards" (1990-91). He also contributed to "The American Music Awards" (ABC, 1988-89), "The Soul of VH1" (VH1, 1990-92) and "The Taking of Beverly Hills" (1991). In the nineties, Sweat devoted his time to various credits, such as "Made in America" (1993) starring Whoopi Goldberg, "New York Undercover" (Fox, 1994-98) and "The 1996 Billboard Music Awards" (Fox, 1996-97). He also worked on "The 24th Annual American Music Awards" (ABC, 1996-97). Sweat's other work was featured in the comedic drama "Roll Bounce" (2005) with Bow Wow, "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?" (2007) and "A Thousand Words" (2012). Sweat's music was most recently featured in the Ben Stiller comedy "The Watch" (2012).