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Born: June 1, 1937 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Memphis, Tennessee, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1970:
Played the title role in "Purlie!" when it was staged by the American National Theater Academy in New York
1978:
Had featured role in the Broadway play "The Mighty Gents"; received rave reviews and a Tony nomination, but play closed after nine performances
1980:
Appeared in support of Robert Redford in "Brubaker"
1984:
Originated role of the Messenger in the off-Broadway staging of "The Gospel at Colonus"; reprised role in the 1985 PBS TV adaptation
1985:
Had featured role in the CBS miniseries "The Atlanta Child Murders"
1989:
Cast in first starring film role, as New Jersey high school principal Joe Clark in "Lean on Me"
1989:
Reprised the role of chaffeur Hoke, opposite Jessica Tandy in "Driving Miss Daisy," the film version of the award-winning play; received Best Actor Academy Award nomination
1990:
Cast as the Judge in "Bonfire of the Vanities," Brian De Palma's screen version of Tom Wolfe's novel
1993:
Made feature directorial debut with "Bopha!"
1995:
Co-starred with Brad Pitt as homicide detectives in David Fincher's "Se7en"
1996:
Played the enigmatic project head in "Chain Reaction"
1996:
Formed Revelations Entertainment with Lori McCreary
1998:
Portrayed the U.S. President coping the imminent destruction of Earth by an oncoming meteor in "Deep Impact"
1999:
Made debut as an executive producer with the NBC TV-movie "Mutiny," based on the real-life Port Chicago Mutiny
2000:
With Gene Hackman, co-executive produced and co-starred in "Under Suspicion"
2002:
Reteamed with Ashley Judd in "High Crimes"
2002:
Portrayed the director of the CIA in "The Sum of All Fears"; adapted from the Tom Clancy best-seller
2003:
Starred as the villain in "The Dreamcatcher"; adapted from a Stephen King novel
2003:
Played God in the feature "Bruce Almighty"
2004:
Co-starred with Owen Wilson in "The Big Bounce"
2006:
Played 'The Boss' opposite Josh Hartnett in the thriller "Lucky Number Slevin"
2006:
Cast as a nameless actor in Brad Silberling's low-budget feature "10 Items or Less"
2007:
Reprised his role as God in "Evan Almighty," the sequel to "Bruce Almighty" starring Steve Carell in the lead role
2008:
Returned to Broadway in a Mike Nichols directed revival of Clifford Odets's play "The Country Girl"
2008:
Cast as an assassin in the comic book adaptation "Wanted"
2009:
Portrayed former South African President Nelson Mandela in Clint Eastwood's "Invictus," about the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa
2010:
Co-starred with Bruce Willis in "Red," an adaption of the comic book mini-series of the same name
2011:
Narrated the fantasy action feature "Conan the Barbarian," starring Jason Momoa in the title role
2011:
Co-starred with Harry Connick Jr. and Ashley Judd in the family drama "Dolphin Tale"
2013:
Featured in the sci-fi movie "Oblivion"
2013:
Appeared in the crime caper "Now You See Me"
2013:
Starred in "Last Vegas" with Robert De Niro and Michael Douglas

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