Carl Hancock Rux (1971) an American novelist, actor, and poet received recognition after the publishing of distinct works. He also took part in a singing and songwriter career. He received popularity after the publication of distinct novels, for example, the Village Choice and Asphalt. Born in Harlem, New York, he received the name, Carl Stephen Hancock. Rux started his school career at the Roberto Clemente Junior High School and received a bursary to attend Horace Mann School. Thereafter he attended the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art inclusive of Performing Arts. He subsequently allocated his study career towards visual art. Rux worked as a social work educator and became the starting member of the Hezekiah Walker’s Love Fellowship gospel choir.
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