Boyz II Men
Learn more about the members of the incredibly popular R&B boy band Boyz II Men, including Shawn Stockman, Wanya Morris, Nathan Morris, Michael McCary and Marc Nelson. The group skyrocketed to fame in the 1990s with their soothing ballads, dance hits and soulful grooves. Explore this group for full biographies, photos, videos and more, only at Biography.com.
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Music Producer, Singer, Reality Television Star / 1972 -
Shawn Stockman has made a name for himself by harmonizing with Philadelphia's Boyz II Men, serving as a judge on television's The Sing-Off and raising awareness about autism.
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profile name: Shawn Stockman profile occupation: Music Producer, Singer, Reality Television Star
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profile name: Nathan Morris profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Michael McCary profile occupation: Actor, Entrepreneur, Singer
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profile name: Wanya Morris profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Marc Nelson profile occupation: Actor, Songwriter, Singer
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