Summary: Hollywood actor Wesley Snipes has been ordered to begin a three-year prison sentence for failing to file income tax returns.
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WS stands for Wesley Snipes (actor)
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A US federal court on Friday rejected a request for a new trial for Hollywood actor Wesley Snipes and ordered him to report to prison to serve his three-year sentence for tax evasion" vampire trilogy, was convicted in 2008 of evading taxes totaling some 20 million dollars, but had appealed his sentence and sought a new trial.
Byline: SARAH BARDON ACTOR Wesley Snipes is calling for a mistrial in his tax evasion investigation.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Announced today in federal court in Ocala, Florida, Wesley Snipes retained new legal counsel, the Bernhoft Law Firm (http://www.
The AIM-traded feature film company run by Birmingham businessman Gary Smith is hoping Gallow Walker - which stars Wesley Snipes - will help it break into profit next year.
Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones of the popular 90's rap group Onyx , has signed on to star as Marvel Comics' vampire slayer BLADE - who was played by veteran Wesley Snipes on the big screen - for a television series of the same name scheduled to make its US debut on Spike TV this coming June.
Wesley Snipes returns for the third time as the good vampire in ``Blade: Trinity,'' which is supposed to be the finale of the series based on the Marvel Comics character.
Wesley Snipes delivers the goods as an action hero and Jessica Biel is a willowy and beautiful addition to the vampire-hunting cast and deserves a shot at stardom after a string of minor roles in recent films.