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Not slowing down: Quincy Jones partied it up with a much younger mystery woman at the Cromwell's first birthday at Drai's nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday.
Pictured with owner Victor Drai and his fiancee Yolanda Krupiarz and singer (centre) The Weeknd While most people in their eighties would probably not even consider being up late on a Saturday let along still partying into the wee hours of Sunday morning, Quincy not only seemed unphased but to be thoroughly enjoying himself.
In 2004, she was cast in Strip Search, an HBO film directed by Sidney Lumet, but her scenes were cut from the final broadcast version. Rachel Keyes in Little Black Book and starred as Edie Miller in British drama series NY-LON.
In 2005, Jones played Karen in the Stella pilot on Comedy Central and special government agent Carla Merced in the TNT police drama Wanted.
writer Andrew Goldman interviewed legendary music producer Quincy Jones in a pretty brief Q&A piece, but, boy, did it have a good punch. She had apartments where they could have jam sessions, she carried them around in her Rolls-Royce.” 2.
You’d perhaps think the questions would cover his immensely successful music career that spans more than half a century, or what he thinks of music today, but it touched on some prickly and significant subjects like racism, gay rumors, Tupac Shakur, and how Michael Jackson was probably not into rap music. Goldman asks Jones why he thinks Jackson stopped working with him after the two collaborated on successful albums that include . Dating white women, like Sammy Davis did in the ‘60s, was part of the revolution: “What you have to understand is that a lot of the jazz guys, that was part of their revolution. Jones’ daughter Kidada was engaged to Tupac when he was killed. All my life, all my life.” 's latest Men of the Year issue, where he has been named Citizen of the Year.
She appeared regularly during the third season, returning as a guest star for two episodes in season four and another in season five.
In her second year at college, Jones performed in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow Is Enuf, which she said was "healing" because she had been seen by many blacks as not being "black enough".In 1994, Jones garnered attention with an open letter responding to scathing remarks made by rapper Tupac Shakur about her parents' interracial marriage.In 1996, Jones' sister, Kidada Jones, went on to become engaged to marry Tupac Shakur – the man who had criticized her parents' marriage; the couple was planning their wedding at the time of Tupac's death, which also occurred in 1996.She is widely known for playing Ann Perkins on the NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation, for which she received critical acclaim.Jones also briefly starred as Karen Filippelli on the NBC comedy series The Office, and as Louisa Fenn on the Fox drama series Boston Public.