Knowledge Identifier: +Bernie_Mac
Later, Mac acted in minor roles and got his big break as "Pastor Clever" in Ice Cube's 1995 film "Friday"
The Bernie Mac Show - The pilot episode, aired on November 14, 2001, set up the basic premise for the series: the character Bernie Mac takes in his sister's children after she enters rehab
The Bernie Mac Show - "The Bernie Mac Show" returned to its original time slot on September 8, 2004 to start the fourth season
The Bernie Mac Show - "The Bernie Mac Show" has been on that station since 2005, remaining after Mac's 2008 death in his honor
The Bernie Mac Show - "The Bernie Mac Show" celebrated its 100th episode on February 3, 2006 despite the fact that the actual 100th episode was not aired until March 31
He co-starred with Samuel L. Jackson in the 2008 musical comedy "Soul Men" as "Floyd Henderson"
Jeremy Suarez - He was amongst the thousands of mourners at the funeral of Bernie Mac and gave a heartfelt speech during the eulogy, appearing on "Larry King Live" in 2008 with his fellow cast to discuss Mac's death
His final film role was as "Jimmy Lunchbox", a flamboyant children's entertainer in the 2009 Disney film "Old Dogs" which was released a year after his death
Samuel David Moore - In February 2009, Moore filed suit against Bob and Harvey Weinstein, the producers of "Soul Men", a comedy starring Bernie Mac, claiming the film was based on the careers of Sam & Dave
During Steve Harvey's television show which aired November 14, 2016, Steve Harvey read a proclamation from Chicago's Mayor Rahm Emmanuel proclaiming November 14th as "Bernie Mac Day"