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One on One (2001 - 2006)

One on One (2001 - 2006)




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Flex, a single sportscaster, becomes a full-time dad when his teenage daughter, Breanna, moves in with him. Also on hand are Flex's buddy Duane, Breanna's aspiring rock-star boyfriend Arnaz and her best friend Spirit.

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Kyla Pratt
as Breanna
Robert Ri'chard
as Arnaz Ballard
Jonathan Chase
as Cash Bagen
Camille Mana
as Lisa Sanchez
Ray J
as Darrell `D-Mack' McGinty
Nicole Paggi
as Sara Crawford
Kim Coles
as Leilani Jones
Brandy Norwood
as Michelle McGinty
Beth Littleford
as Geraldine
Caroline Aaron
as Cheryl Ballard
Greg Cipes
as Butter
B.J. Britt
as Calvin
as Nytmare
Kim Fields
as Miss Swain
Patricia Belcher
as Dr. Gilkes
Fred Tucker
as police officer
Cheryl Bricker
as Mrs. Parker
Angie Stone
as Herself
Stuart Scott
as Himself
Nate Torrence
as Water Guy
Lauri Johnson
as Mrs. Vishanisavik
as Himself
Tami Anderson
as Elizabeth
Bill Walton
as Bill Walton
Lisa Leslie
as Rochelle
Brenda Song
as Asonitti
Robbin Quevedo
as Skater Boy
Diane Delano
as Officer Justice
as Darius
David Garrison
as Jack Sherwood
Solange Knowles
as Charlotte
Sharon Sachs
as Dr. Ellis
as A-Train
Shannon Elizabeth
as Tiffany Sherwood
Lil' Zane
as Himself
Nicole Narain
as Girl No. 1
Ja'Net DuBois
as Queen Esther
Zilah Mendoza
as Esperanza
Jackée Harry
as Sherri St. Croix
Tembi Locke
as Antoinette
Vanessa Bell Calloway
as Michelle McCall
John Henton
as Cooper Jones
Darius Miles
as Darius Miles
Holly Evans
as Ms. Holly
Jack Plotnick
as Therapist
Kendahl King
as Miss Laurel
Laird Macintosh
as Craig Simpson
Chris Brown
as Himself
Quentin Richardson
as Quentin Richardson
Sonya Leslie
as MaLyssa
Cole Smith
as Brooke
as Himself
Rhys Coiro
as Zorbo Vishanisavik
Cole Petersen
as Timmy (Ghost)
Esther Riggin
as Jennifer
Dawn Stern
as Yolanda
Dazza Del Rio
as Girl No. 2
Method Man
as Himself
Michael Irvin
as Dan McCracken
Cynthia Frost
as elderly woman
Edwin Morrow
as Bulbank
Yvette Brooks
as Customer
Amy Hill
as Ms. Kim
Mark Daniel Cade
as Dr. Hepburn
Myles Kilpatrick
as Young Duane
Mago Mendoza
as mariachi man
Chad Einbinder
as Policeman
as Waitress
Jeffrey Stubblefield
as Marvin Huffman
Mindy Cohn
as Ms. Sorel
Nick Stellate
as Security Guard
Steve Kramer
as Janitor
Lela Lee
as reporter
Bobby V
as Himself
Portin Realer
as Stephanie
Anthony Hamilton
as Anthony Hamilton
Adam Gregor
as Mr. Vishanisavik
Tom Williams
as doll voice
Ken Land
as Doctor
as Himself
Andrew Ableson
as Faculty Member
Colby French
as reporter
Zuhair Haddad
as Comic-book Vendor
Sundy Carter
as beautiful woman
Lewis Dix Jr.
as Mr. Adams
Carl Yune
as Emcee
Matt Price
as Darryl
Inda Reid
as Yvette
Tom Russo
as Mr. Russo
Guy Torry
as Kenyon
Charlie Murphy
as Larry Eldridge
as Herself
as Judge
Max Julien
as Dr. G Mack
Tim Meadows
as Leroy Ballard
Giuliana Ranic
as Tammy Towne
John Salley
as Himself
as Himself
Marisa Lauren
as Stephanie Ballard
Nina Sky
as Themselves
James Black
as Black Gold member
Brad Shrilla
as McSorley
Jeff Dyson
as Bouncer
Brian Palermo
as Mr. Evans
Amanda Carlin
as Mrs. Sullivan
Licia Shearer
as Mrs. Fisher
as Taz
Kendalh King
as Miss Laurel
Vanessa Born
as Girl No. 1
Tiffany Jackson
as Cat Vixen
Jessica Barth
as Attractive Woman
Joy Bisco
as Nurse Girl
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Series Details

TV Network: UPN
Premiere Date: Sep 3, 2001
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Robert Greenblatt, David Janollari, Eunetta T. Boone
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