Fronterz is a 2004 comedy written by Garth Belcon and directed by Courtney Jones. Tracy Baker (Reno Wilson), Ron Lewis (Dennis Pressey) and Garth Belcon (Malikai Cameron) are three classically trained African American actors tired of meager roles and unemployment. The three develop a wild plan to form a rap group and try to make a go in the music industry. The three men carefully craft alter-egos, they buy the right clothes and accessories, then they learn how to rap and dance. Very quickly Lil' Problem (Wilson), Big Spoon (Pressey) and Pimp Mississippi Messiah (Belcon) become the Large Money Mercenaries. To their surprise they head straight to the top of the charts. With fame, money and women pouring down on them like never before, the trio is soon forced to decide whether to continue down the path of famous rap stars or abandon their dreams of being legitimate actors. The film also co-stars Ted Danson, Tamara Lynch and Henry Winkler.