Fredro Scruggs (born April 18, 1970) better known by his stage name
Fredro Starr, is an American rapper and actor from South Jamaica,
Queens, New York best known as a member of hardcore hip hop group
After being discovered by RunDMC and the late Jam Master Jay, Fredro
Starr released six albums with Onyx, which included the cousin and
fellow group member Sticky Fingaz. He also contributed to the Sunset
Park, Light It Up, and Save the Last Dance movie soundtracks.
Onyx split with Def Jam Recordings after their 1998 release Shut
'Em Down, and temporarily broke up, during which Starr released his
first solo album, Firestarr, in 2001. Onyx reunited the next year
and released Bacdafucup Part II, and Starr's next album, Don't Get
Mad Get Money, arrived in 2003. He formed a new group called Yung
Onyx in 2006. As of 2011, he and Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
are planning to release a joint EP entitled FireSquad, which is set
to be released late 2011/ early 2012.
Starr made his acting debut in Forest Whitaker's 1993 award-winning
HBO drama Strapped, for which he earned a Cable ACE Best Supporting
Actor nomination, in addition to several Onyx songs appearing on the
soundtrack. Other film credits include Clockers, Sunset Park, Ride,
Light It Up, and Save The Last Dance.
On television, Starr had a recurring role on Moesha as the title
character's boyfriend and fiancé. He appeared in three episodes
of HBO's The Wire as Marquis "Bird" Hilton. Starr co-hosted
Paramount Domestic Television's daily half-hour urban dance competition,
Dance 360, with actor Kel Mitchell. The program aired for one season
in 2004 before being canceled due to poor ratings.
Starr also filmed guest appearances on NYPD Blue, Law & Order,
Blade: The Series (in which Sticky Fingaz starred in the title role),
and "Promised Land." He also played Ricky Gannon on a CSI:
Miami episode that aired February 2, 2009.
He also appeared on New York Undercover in the episode entitled "Student
Starr plays the lead in the independent feature-length film "Diamond
Ruff," in post-production as of June 2012.
He was married to former Croatian supermodel Korina Longin for a
year and a half. 
Main article: Fredro Starr discography
2003: Don't Get Mad Get Money
2012: Firestarr 2 (#FS2)