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Fine Man Friday: Lamman Rucker

Posted November 23, 2012 by The Candace B in Entertainment

Hey Sister Girls, I know that you all are pretty busy today with shopping and finding the best deals the Black Friday… but what Friday would be complete with out you week dose of Fine Man? This week we are naming a milk chocolate dimpled hottie as Fine Man Friday, none other than Lamman Rucker.

This steamy heart throb caught my eye when he swooped in as Jill Scott’s night in shining armor in the first edition of Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married. Since then we have been checking out his hot body on the large and small screen in various movies and TV series. If you have not had a chance to check him out then we are glad you are reading this article because you will definitely have a lot to be thankful for once you check out the pics below. Enjoy!

More About Lamman Rucker

Mini Biography

Born in Pittsburgh, his mother had a dance company (the Pittsburgh Black Theater Dance Ensemble) and his father was a drummer, so entertaining is in his blood. His first acting role was as Martin Luther King in the 4th grade. He was in the drama club in 7th grade and then attended high school at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C. He has an undergraduate degree in Information Technology and Business and his graduate degree in Education and Curriculum Development. He played basketball in college and semi-pro ball for a short time after that. Mr. Rucker is the oldest of 3 children, having a younger sister and brother. He is currently single, but involved with someone special. When he’s not working, he enjoys working out, playing ball, going to the theater and travelling.

SOURCE: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0748541/bio

Photo Gallery of Fine Man Friday: Lamman Rucker

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About the Author

The Candace B

Candace is Publisher of Sister Girl News and the co-Host of the Sister Girl News Radio Show. She is an active member of the Atlanta business community; serving on several boards and participating in many local, regional and national organizations. As the Publisher of Sister Girl News she strives to help readers explore new and exciting topics on women and the issues that effect their lives. Please reach out to Candace by email at Candace@SisterGirlNews.com.


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