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In a town where seemingly everyone wants to be a star, but few look like one, Sid Levin is the talent agent who represents the people who look like the rest of us.Kids from the even rougher streets of south LA would, however, especially after Levin got seven of them roles in director John Singleton's breakthrough 1991 movie "Boyz n the Hood".When a tough-looking Latino actor from one of LA's roughest neighborhoods showed up. As most of the kids from LA's mean streets drifted away from acting, and some like Trejo who became big stars moved on to other, representation, Levin began to focus more on military and law enforcement people.
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