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Sir Mix-A-Lot

Anthony Ray born August 12, 1963, better known by his stage name Sir Mix-a-Lot, is an American rapper and producer based in Seattle, Washington.

In 1995, Sir Mix-a-Lot starred as the titular character of the short-lived TV series The Watcher. The show was one of the first dramas aired on the fledgling broadcast network, UPN. Reminiscent of series such as The Twilight Zone, Sir-Mix-a-Lot functioned as an omniscient narrator who introduced each episode, which would feature a new tale set in the seamy underbelly of Las Vegas. In 1997, Sir Mix-a-Lot appeared in the film Meet Wally Sparks as a rapper/announcer. From 2000–2001 Sir Mix-a-Lot voiced Nuttkase (A drunken leprechaun) on the cartoon series The Siccness Network. In 2006, in The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror XVII", Sir Mix-a-Lot performed a parody of "Baby Got Back" entitled "Baby Likes Fat". In 2008, Sir Mix-a-Lot appeared on the Robot Chicken episode "Chirlaxx" voicing himself singing "Table Be Round", a parody of "Baby Got Back". He also provided the voices for the show's versions of Hans Blix and Stevie Wonder. Sir Mix-a-Lot provides narration and commentary in Wheedle's Groove, a 2009 documentary about the Seattle 1960s and 70s funk and soul scene. Sir Mix-a-Lot was a DJ for the fictional "The Beat 102.7" radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV. He performed a brief commercial for a fictional store, My Big Cups, in Tom Goes to the Mayor.