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The film served as a break-out role for Lathan, who played a leading character instead of the girlfriend of one.
That year, she was named by Ebony magazine as one of its 55 Most Beautiful People and was honoured by Essence magazine and Black Entertainment Television.
In 2002, Lathan starred in the romantic comedy, Brown Sugar, alongside Diggs, Queen Latifah, and Mos Def.
In 2001, Lathan earned additional acclaim for her work in the multicultural comedy Catfish in Black Bean Sauce.
Next was her second collaboration with Prince-Bythewood: Disappearing Acts; it is based on a novel by Terry Mc Millan.
Her first name means "brilliance" in Swahili and "work of art" in Arabic. Her mother, Eleanor Mc Coy, was an actress and dancer who performed on Broadway with Eartha Kitt.
In 1998, Lathan earned a degree of recognition with her role as the mother of Wesley Snipes' title character in Blade.
She followed this the subsequent year with a role in Life with Martin Lawrence and Eddie Murphy and back-to-back turns in The Best Man and The Wood.
Lathan’s performance earned an NAACP Image Award Nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture.
The film also received an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Motion Picture.