Used to live in Hempstead, Long Island, before he moved to Staten Island in the late 1980s. He gives a shout-out to his old town on his "Judgement Day" album.
Has two children: a son (b. 1997) and a daughter (b. 1998).
Joined the Nation of Gods & Earths (also known as the Five Percent Nation of Islam) and changed his name to Shaquan God Allah.
Grew up in Staten Island's Park Hill projects. Has two sisters, Terri and Missy. Is a Comic Book Fanatic.
Was considered for the role of Jango Fett in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002).
Was an avid lacrosse player growing up.
Member of the rap group Wu-Tang Clan.
Often works with rapper Redman.
He is a big fan of actor Eric Bana, Ben Kingsley, and Harrison Ford.
Lives still with family in Staten Island.
"Blackout 2" was released ten years after original "Blackout" album.
Announced he will star in the sequel to How High alongside Redman.
Was named Method Man by Wu-Tang producer RZA after the film The Fearless Young Boxer (1979). The word "Method" was also slang for weed in their neighborhood.
Considers his third solo album "Tical 0: The Prequel" to be his weakest album due to management problems.
At almost 6' 4", he's the tallest member of the Wu Tang Clan.
In 2010 released a collaboration album with fellow wutang members Ghostface Killah and Raekwon called Wu-Massacre.
After releasing his album "4:21", declared his next album "Crystal Method" to be his last before potentially retiring as a solo artist.
Signed to Def Jam, though as part of a group, did work with many different labels, as well.
Friends with Snoop Dogg.