Mark Jordan, better known by his stage name DJ Pooh is an American record producer, rapper, actor, voice actor, screenwriter and film director who has produced albums for many rappers such as Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, 2Pac.
|Birth name||Mark Jordan|
|Born||June 29, 1969, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Occupation(s)||Record producer, rapper, actor, voice actor, screenwriter, film director, mixing engineer|
|Labels||Lench Mob, Big Beat, Atlantic|
|Associated acts||L.A. Posse, Uncle Jamm's Army, Ice Cube, Kam, Mista Grimm|
|IMDb||DJ Pooh's IMDb|
He grew up listening to rap music and was a part of the scene in Los Angeles. He released the solo album Bad Newz Travels Fast in 1997.
He is best known for co-writing the indie film Friday; he also played the character Red.
His real name is Mark Jordan. He was born in Los Angeles, Calfornia.
He reunited with his mentor Dr. Dre for 2001's The Wash.
- G-funk artists
- African-American screenwriters
- African-American film producers
- Hip hop record producers
- Rappers from Los Angeles
- Record producers from California
- Film producers from California
Latest information about DJ Pooh updated on June 18 2021.