‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine,’ ‘Entourage’ & More: A Look Back at Kid Cudi’s Best Acting Roles


Kid Cudi isn't only a Grammy-winning musician — the Cleveland native has carved out a nice secondary career in Hollywood on the silver screen. Cudi grabbed the attention of the acting world with his impressive role as Domingo Brown at the turn of the decade in HBO's How to Make It in America

On Thursday (July 18), The Hollywood Reporter reported that Kid Cudi will be reconnecting with his HBO roots; he was cast in Luca Guadagnino's upcoming drama series, We Are Who We Are. Cudder also has appearances on deck in Westworld, Bill & Ted Face the Music, Creepshow, and Dreamland.  

Between his reliability as an auxiliary character for How to Make It In America or saving the day in Need for Speed, Cudi has always shown a certain versatility with his acting.

Here are all of our favorite roles the 35-year-old has notched throughout the years.

How to Make It in America – "Domingo Brown," 2010-2011

Goodbye World – "Lev Berkowitz," 2013

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – "Dustin Whitman," 2013

Need For Speed – "Benny," 2014

Two Night Stand – "Cedric," 2014

James White – "Nick," 2015

Comedy Bang! Bang! – Himself, 2015

Entourage – "Allen," 2015

Vincent N Roxxy – "Suga," 2016

Drunk Parents – "Scottie Tow Driver," 2019