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In 2008, Short appeared in the movie Quarantine, co-starring Jay Hernandez and Jennifer Carpenter, and played the part of musician Little Walter in Cadillac Records, with Jeffrey Wright, Beyoncé Knowles, and Oscar-winner Adrien Brody.
Short was married to Brandi Short, but split from her in 2003. Short also avoided jail by pleading no contest to a felony assault charge after throwing a punch at his in-law.
Short says he was being taunted and acted in self-defense, and his in-law admitted he had removed his jersey and was prepared to fight Short.
He was among the presenters at the 2007 NAACP Image Awards.
In 2007, Columbus appeared in the movie This Christmas also starring Chris Brown and Lauren London.
Although Columbus Short’s been in headlines for his string of issues with his estranged wife Tanee Mc Call, he’s apparently moved on to a beautiful Atlanta woman.
The former Gladiator who’s now focused on his music career, posted the below photo on Instagram of his current “Woman Crush Wednesday”; a natural hair rocking banger named Rasheeda.
He attended Marcos De Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona, as well as El Segundo High School and the Orange County High School of the Arts, before leaving to join the Broadway tour of Stomp.
Short's acting debut came as a dancer in You Got Served and he later appeared in Accepted, starring Justin Long.
He then took lead roles in the direct-to-DVD movie Save the Last Dance 2 alongside Izabella Miko and Stomp the Yard.
He has also appeared twice in the Disney Channel Original Series That's So Raven as Trey, a member of the fictional boy band "Boyz n' Motion". In 2006, he appeared in NBC's Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip as novice show-writer Darius Hawthorne.