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Storyline

Twenty years after the death of iconic rapper/actor Tupac Shakur, A&E Network presents a comprehensive investigation of the case in a six-part limited series. The probe is led by famed civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who uses exclusive documents, interviews and information to both support and discredit some key theories surrounding the murder. Ultimately, Crump seeks to show that Shakur did not receive due process. The artist's own words, plus those from eyewitnesses, family, friends and colleagues, help viewers understand every aspect of his complex personality.

Country: United States

Type: unscripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: November 21, 2017

Also Known As: Who Killed Tupac?

Parents Guide: United States (TV-14)

Genres

Cast

Greg Kading
as Self - Former LAPD Detective/Self - LAPD (Retired)
Rob Marriott
as Self - National Print Journalist
Nina Bhadreshwar
as Self - Former Death Row Records Employee
E.D.I. Mean
as Self - Member of The Outlawz/Self - Member of Tupac's Group The Outlawz
Tabitha Soren
as Author 'Fantasy Life: Baseball and the American Dream'/Self - Artist
David Kenner
as Self - Death Row Records Attorney
Asinia Tyehimba
as Self - Childhood Friend
The Lady of Rage
as Self - Hip Hop Artist
Kurt Kobane
as Self - Death Row Producer
Timothy Brennan
as Self - Retired Compton PD Gang Unit, 1990s
Jasmine Guy
as Author/Self - Family Friend
Alex Alonso
as Self
Mopreme Shakur
as Self - Tupac's Brother
Lolita Files
as Self/Self - Author 'Once Upon a Time in Compton'/Self - Author
Corey Edwards
as Self - Orlando Anderson's Friend
Jimmy Iovine
as Self - Co-Founder, Interscope Records
Quincy Jones III
as Producer/Self - Filmmaker
Kevin Powell
as Self - Activist/Writer
Frank Alexander
as Self - Former Death Row Security/Tupac's Bodyguard
Donald Wayne Brown Jr.
as Tupac Shakur
Duane C. Wallace
as Orlando A
Jewell
as Self - Former Death Row Artist
John Potash
as Self/Self - Author 'The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders'
Michael Eric Dyson
as Prof. Georgetown University/Self - Author
Young Noble
as Self - Member of The Outlawz/Self - Member of Tupac's Group The Outlawz
Antuone Torbert
as Suge Knight
Big Boy
as Self - Radio Personality
George Pryce
as Death Row Records/Self - Former Publicist
Tupac Shakur
as Self
Kurupt
as Self - Death Row Artist
Money-B
as Self - Digital Underground/Self - Member of Digital Underground
Omar Bradley
as Self - Former Mayor of Compton
Ed Gordon
as Self - Journalist
Robert Soria
as Self
Michael Douglas Carlin
as Self - Author 'Tupac 187: The Red Knight'
Reginald Wright Jr.
as Self - Former Head of Death Row Security
Brian S. Bentley
as Self - Former LAPD Officer
Reggie Wright Sr.
as Self - Former Compton Police Captain
Lil' Cease
as Self - Member of Biggie's Group Junior M.A.F.I.A.
Chuck D
as Self
Atron Gregory
as Self - Former Manager
Dave Rosner
as Self - Quad Studios Manager
Leila Steinberg
as Mentor/Self - Music Executive/Self - Tupac's Former Manager/Tupac's Former Manager
Thomas Cole
as Self - Childhood Friend
Jamal Mac Mall Rocker
as Friend of Tupac/Self - Rap Artist
Richard Bond
as Documentary Filmmaker/Self - Journalist
P. Frank Williams
as Journalist/Self - Producer/Self
Sharitha Golden
as Self - Former Wife of Suge Knight
Lil Half Dead
as Self - Member, Dogg Pound
Hank Caldwell
as Self - President of Death Row Records 1995-96
Christopher Darden
as Self - Former Los Angeles District Attorney
Jesse Surratt
as Self
Randall Sullivan
as Self - Journalist/Author/Author of 'Labyrinth'/Author of Labyrinth
'Freeway' Ricky Ross
as Self
Eugene Deal
as Self - Former Bodyguard for Puffy
Al Sharpton
as Self - Civil Rights Activist
Benjamin Crump
as Self - Civil Rights Attorney
Chopmaster-J
as Self - Member of Digital Underground
Daz Dillinger
as Self - Former Death Row Artist
K. Dub
as Self - Member of Death Row Entourage
Sarah Michael Novia
as Self - Psych Expert
Stephanie A. Frederic
as Reporter/Self - Producer
Kirk Burrowes
as Self - Former President Bad Boy Records
Ossie Crenshaw
as Self - 32 Year Veteran of the L.A.P.D.
Michael Moore
as Self - Former Death Row Security
Anthony Bryant
as Self - Personal Friend
Cathy Scott
as Reporter Las Vegas Sun/Self - Author
Datwon Thomas
as Self - Editor in Chief, Vibe Magazine

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 6 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2018

Nominee

Cinema Audio Society, USA

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Non-Fiction, Variety or Music Series or Specials

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