"Just last night I went out to dinner and these two girls came up to me and said they grew up on the movie and they are looking for their 'Q.'"Who knew, when I was shooting it, I had no idea.To me I was just coming in everyday and doing the work.
Sanaa Lathan, pronounced Sa-NAA, "like Sinatra without the tra", was born on September 19, 1971, in New York, as her actress mother Eleanor Mc Coy performed on Broadway with the likes of Eartha Kitt, and her director father Stan Lathan worked behind the scenes in television for PBS.
She was exposed to the life of entertainment and stars at a very early age, which had a profound impact upon her life.
Hoopers and movie fans alike will be especially pleased to see that former onscreen couple Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan reunited with the rest of the cast from their 2000 popular flick yesterday to celebrate the film's—wait for it—15 year anniversary!
Yeah, can you believe it's been that long since we first witnessed Monica Wright and Quincy Mc Call's roller coaster romance?!
Desiring to live in New York near her mom, she began her career performing in off-Broadway productions, such as "Por' Knockers" and "A Movie Star Has to Be Born in Black and White".