Birth Date: April 3, 1970 / Age: 45
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Also Credited as: Kirk 'Sticky' Jones / Onyx
Biography: Kirk Jones (born April 3, 1970 in Queens, New York), alias Sticky Fingaz, is a member of hardcore rap group ONYX as well as an actor. He joined the group in 1992, and in 1993 released the album Bacdafucup, this album claiming widespread success and being known by many as the first hardcore rap album. Since then he has released a succession of albums with Onyx and also released his debut solo album Black Trash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones. He has also collaborated with various artist, including Eminem on his Marshall Mathers LP. He currently appears in the FX Series "Over There", which depicts life as an American soldier in Iraq.
"Over There" 2005. New drama on FX. Plays character call pvt. Maurice "Smoke" Williams
He and his cousin, Fredro Starr, were both members of the hip hop group Onyx, releasing their first album in 1993. The two acted together in Clockers (1995).
Often works with Redman, Omar Epps, Method Man, Michelle Phillips (I) and Fredro Starr
Is a very good and close friend with Method Man, and played an extra with him in Boricua's Bond (2000).
Left rap group Onyx in 1995