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Houston made his acting debut in the animated comedy film Bébé's Kids (1992) in which he was the voice of Khalil, the leader and oldest child of the titular "Bébé's Kids".
Houston later appeared in House Party 3 (1994), where he played a fictional version of himself along with fellow Immature bandmates Jerome "Romeo" Jones and Don "Half Pint" Santos.
His song "Together" was released as a single from the soundtrack.
Later they recorded soundtracks to the films House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute, before disbanding in 2002. Using his birth name, Marques Houston, he released his debut album, MH, on October 21, 2003.
In October 2012, Marques Houston announced a new studio album, Famous slated for release August 27, and released "Speechless" as a promotional preview via free digital download.
The first single off the album was "Give Your Love a Try" featuring Problem made available on i Tunes.
He also played the character Elgin Barrett Eugene Smith III in the 2004 film You Got Served.
Following You Got Served, in both live-action and voice-over, he portrayed Dumb Donald in the film adaptation of Fat Albert, based on Bill Cosby's popular cartoon series Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.