He needs ample mental stimulation and feels close to people with whom he can share thoughts and intellectual interests. Even when Chestnut thinks he is being rational, his prejudices, intuitions and feelings influence his thoughts a great deal.
Chestnut also played a role on Patti La Belle's short-lived sitcom Out All Night. He was also a regular cast member on C-16, in the role of Special Agent Mal Robinson, from 1997 to 1998.
His career continued to rise steadily with co-starring roles in standard big-budget studio films such as Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995) and G. In 1998, he won the annual Madden Bowl video game competition.
Beaumont Rosewood Jr in the Fox TV series, Rosewood is none other than very talented and marvelous American actor Morris Chestnut. Chestnut attended Richard Gahr High School from where he graduated in the year 1986.
Chestnut was born on January 1, 1969 as Morris Lamont Chestnut. By his graduation, he already had discovered his interest in acting so he joined California State University, Northridge where he studied finance and drama.
When asked in a radio interview to rate the kissing skills of her co-stars, Vivica A.
Fox — who worked with Chestnut in “Two Can Play That Game” (2001) — named Chestnut the best among the quartet of Boris Kodjoe, Will Smith and Larenz Tate. Lee was preparing to make “The Best Man’s Holiday,” the second installment in the popular “Best Man” movie franchise, he asked Chestnut if he could get his body to look like a “V” for a scene in which he wears only a towel. Family solidarity and cohesiveness are very important to Morris Chestnut; accordingly, so are the traditions, rituals, and memories that keep the bonds strong.Morris Chestnut is apt to do more than his fair share in the family and go the extra mile, but for the most part this is satisfying rather than burdensome to him.His first feature film role was as Ricky Baker in Boyz n the Hood (1991).He followed that up with roles in various TV movies.Sitting in a conference room at Fox, Chestnut, 46, laughs uproariously when asked to describe exactly what the “V” is. It’s like an arrow, a V that leads down from the stomach,” he says.