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Also Known As: Died: March 7, 2004
Born: May 22, 1941 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Was artist in residence at Stanford University
1965:
Worked as artist in residence at University of Hawaii
1965:
Made TV debut in episode of "Perry Mason" (CBS)
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Played romantic interest of Diahann Carroll's "Julia" on the NBC sitcom
1969:
Film acting debut in "The Lost Man"
1972:
Breakthrough feature role, "Sounder"; earned Best Actor Oscar nomination
1973:
Made TV-movie debut in "Horror at 37,000 Feet" (CBS)
1978:
Played title role in the NBC miniseries "King"; won first Emmy nomination
1979:
Had supporting role in "Roots: The Next Generation" (ABC); won second Emmy nomination
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Played a talking mirror on TV sitcom "The Charmings" (ABC)
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Appeared in the Broadway play "Checkmates", co-starring Denzel Washington
1989:
Appeared as a record executive in a story arc of the CBS crime drama "Wiseguy"
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Had regular role of building landlord on the NBC sitcom "227"
1990:
Had pivotal role in the feature "Presumed Innocent"
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Voiced Mr Ruhle in "The Magic School Bus" (PBS)
1995:
Portrayed boxing promoter Don King in the HBO biopic "Tyson"
1997:
Returned to series TV as regular on the short-lived NBC sitcom "Built to Last"
1999:
Played the adoptive father of two Vietnamese children in "Catfish and Black Bean Sauce"

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