Gano Grills

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Gano Grills is an African American actor from Staten Island, New York. He has been known for being the creator of the logo for the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan which in fact is not true, the creator of the Wu-Tang Clan logo is Allah Mathematics who is Wu-Tang Clan's DJ as well as an in-house producer of the group, evidence of this can be found in Rza's book "The Wu-Tang Manual" where Rza credits Allah Mathematics for the logo. Gano's acting work includes the roles of Double Black in the Spike Lee film Bamboozled and Mondo Browne in the HBO series Oz, as well as parts in the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent and the film In Too Deep, starring Omar Epps and LL Cool J. He also stars in the 2002 graffiti tribute film Bomb the System alongside Mark Webber as graffiti artist Justin 'Buk 50' Broady.
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