Clifford Smith, 1 April 1971, Staten Island, New York, USA. Smith rose to acclaim as one of the leading members of Staten Island's hip-hop collective, Wu-Tang Clan. Adopting the Method Man moniker, his smoky, flowing vocals were a prominent feature of 1993's landmark debut Enter The Wu-Tang (36…more
Method and Redman announced that their album, the sequel to their 1999 collaboration album "Blackout" was set to be out in early 2007.
Method changed his name to Shaquan God Allah when he joined the Nation of Gods & Earths (also known as the Five Percent Nation of Islam).
Method was considered for the role in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones as Jango Fett.
Method was an avid lacrosse player growing up.
Method has two children, a son born in 1997, and a daughter born in 1998.
Method has two sisters, Terri and Missy.
Method had a brief cameo in Alicia Keyes, If I Ain't Got You music video as her boyfriend.
Method is fascinated by comic books, his favorite being Ghost Rider.
Method Man played No Good in the movie My Baby's Daddy.
Method Man played Muggsy in the movie Soul Plane.
Method man calls 'Tical 00: The prequel' his weakest album.
Method Man is a big fan of actor Eric Bana.
Method Man: ...cause I'm a chameleon anyway and I stay camouflaged. They gon' come for them first. Being called 'the best' is like being a general in the Army-nobody can't salute you when you're out in the field because that's the guy that's gon' get hit first. But the sergeant, he's like the illest one 'cause he's out in the trenches all the time. I'll take whatever they give me. I'm happy to be doing anything at this moment.
Method Man was in an episode Poppin Tags of the tv show CSI.
Method Man: (On "Things They Say", directed to rap critics) Anybody that criticize Meth, yeah, like I can't rhyme and ****. That **** is directed at everybody that's had any bad, sideways, ****** up **** to say about me because I know damn well I'm one of the hottest that ever did it.
Method Man: (On making a new Wu-Tang Clan album) Certain members is comfortable, and certain members is not comfortable. If we can really come together and put aside all the differences that we had, then we could make a Wu-Tang album. We gotta square up a lot.
Method:(On how Hollywood sees rappers as actors) You walking in there and like a stripper trying to get a job and ****. All they gonna see is the stripper. They don't know what her capabilities are, what she can do, all they see is that she was a stripper. And I'm walking in there, I'm a rapper trying to be an actor. And that's what they're looking at. They're like, 'Oh, he's a rapper, he's not gonna show up on time and anything, gonna come in here with his guns and chronic and forties and ****.'
Method: (On the set of the movie "How High") So we had to smoke a ***** like between, like at lunch break, on our own time and our own troubles to get the feeling back. Have to keep it professional.
Method: (Catch phrase) Hey man the dolla dolla bill y'all!
Method: It's funny how competition always has its way of evening the playing field.