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Born: March 10, 1962 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Dead Like Me: Life After Death (2009)
George and the other reapers have to deal with their new head reaper, Cameron Kane, who influences everyone apart from George into a life of debauchery and slacking off of duties. While Daisy and Mason fall victim to money and fame, George breaks the rule and reveals herself to her living family. As
2.
Tru Loved (2008)
Sixteen-year-old Tru is uprooted by her lesbian moms from her comfortable gay-friendly home in San Francisco and moved to a conservative, suburban community in Southern California. Tru's only friend is a closeted football player, and even that friendship is jeopardized when she starts the school's f
3.
Heart Specialist, The (2008)
A medical school graduate arrives for his internship at a hospital in South Florida. When the chief resident discovers that the intern has actually come for a girl, he conspires to teach him a lesson not just about medicine but about true love.
4.
Carrie (2002) as Ruby Moore
Remake of the 1976 theatrical film about a teenage girl with special powers. Based on the novel by Stephen King. Backdoor Pilot
5.
Diamond Men (2000) as Tina
Aging diamond salesman Eddie Miller must mentor his brash young replacement, Bobby Walker, when the company he is working for downsizes. Though Miller doesn't care for Walker at first, the more time they spend on the road, including frequent trips to their favorite brothel, the closer the two men be
6.
Guinevere (1999) as Linda
Harper Sloane is an awkward young woman who feels ill at ease in her rich and well-groomed family. When she meets and falls for much older photographer Connie, he gives her self-confidence as well as a sexual education. She discovers that he has a history of relationships with much younger women, an
7.
Cats Don't Dance (1997) as Speaking Voice Of Sawyer
A talented cat dreams of making it big in Hollywood in the charming animated musical "Cats Don't Dance" (1997). A cat named Danny has what it takes to be a star, but in a world where animals are only given animal parts, it's going to be an uphill battle. Luckily, Danny has a can-do spirit and lots of colorful friends to help him out. A fun and funny adventure featuring the voices of Scott Bakula, Jasmine Guy and Natalie Cole.
8.
Perfect Crime (1997) as Darnell Russell
Based on a true story, telefilm depicts how the investigation into the disappearance of Captain Shirley Gibbs Russell led to the landmark 1991 murder conviction of her husband Robert Russell. The story is told from the perspective of Joanne Jensen, a Naval Criminal Investigation Service civilian att
9.
America's Dream (1996) as Elna Duvaul ("The Boy Who Painted Christ Black")
Adaptation of three short stories by black writers, Maya Angelou, Richard Wright and John Henrik Clarke. In "Long Black Song," set in 1938, a Southern cotton farmer discovers that his wife has had an affair with a white salesman. In "The Boy Who Painted Christ Black," set in 1948, an elementary scho
10.
Kla$h (1995) as Blossom
A burned-out American photographer in Jamaica shoots photos of the local music scene. When he falls in with posse out to rob a box office, a female cop breaks the case.
11.
Stompin' at the Savoy (1992) as Alice Nichols
Four black women move to New York from North Carolina in 1939 to work as live-in domestics. In order to forget their troubles, they go dancing at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem.
12.
Killer Among Us, A (1990) as Teresa Hopkins
A female juror is horrified when a man is convicted for a crime he didn't commit, and she sets off to track down the real killer.
13.
Harlem Nights (1989) as Dominique Larue
Jive with two of Hollywood's greatest funnymen in this cool comedy caper! Written and directed by Eddie Murphy, "Harlem Nights" (1989) co-stars all-time great Richard Pryor, as these two comic geniuses head back into the 1930s in this action-packed adventure. Murphy is Quick, Pryor is Sugar Ray, and the two run a sleek Harlem gambling house filled with gorgeous gals and smooth-talking card sharps. Quick and Ray soon discover they have an adversary in gangster Bugsy Calhoun, who wants the club for himself, and is using a corrupt cop and an alluring femme fatale to do the dirty work for him. But the streetwise father and son are not easily duped, and instead hatch a plan to teach the mobster a lesson he'll never forget.
14.
School Daze (1988) as Dina (Gamma Rays)
Homecoming at a southern college.

Music (feature film)

15.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Song ("Tuff Boy")
Chaos results when a developer levels the building which housed a purveyor of Gremlins.

Cast (special)

16.
People Speak, The (2009)
Based on Howard Zinn's book "A People's History of the United States," which presents American history from a young person's point of view. This mini-series will feature music and readings based on America's struggles with race, class, war and women's rights.
17.
Unchained Memories: Readings From the Slave Narratives (2003) as Reader
Various African-American actors come together to read excerpts from first-hand accounts of slave life collected during the 1936-1938 Federal Writers' Project.
18.
Intimate Portrait: Isabel Sanford (2003) as Interviewee
Portrait of actress Isabel Sanford.
19.
TV's Most Memorable Weddings (2003) as Interviewee
A showcase of some of the most memorable weddings to air onscreen including clips from popular television shows such as Friends and Will & Grace to the real-life nuptuals of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
20.
Intimate Portrait: Tisha Campbell-Martin (2003) as Interviewee
Portrait of actress Tisha Campbell-Martin.
21.
Intimate Portrait: Jasmine Guy (2001) as Interviewee
Portrait of actress Jasmine Guy.
22.
Frog Princess: An Animated Special From the "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child" Series, The (2000) as Voice Of Frog Princess Lylah
A retelling of a classic fairy tale from a feminist point of view. In a faraway kingdom, a young prince named Gavin eagerly awaits his chance to ascend to the throne -- until an unexpected turn of events leaves him with a frog for a wife. Instead, King Big Daddy decides that Prince Gavin and his Fro
23.
It's Black Entertainment (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary that celebrates musical performances by black artists captured on film from the 1920's to the present. Segmented into six thematic categories: The Dancers, The Divas, Rock and Soul, The Male Singers, Jazz and Swing, and Hip-Hop. Each segment features film footage and interviews with cele
24.
Bob Fosse: The E! True Hollywood Story (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of choreographer Bob Fosse.
25.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefiting The United Negro College Fund, An (1999) as Host
A fundraising gala for The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) featuring performances by music artists and appearances by celebrities. Also highlights the success stories of the organization's students, alumni and member colleges and universities.
26.
Live Broadway USA (1998)
Pilot for a weekly magazine series providing a wrap-up of the Broadway theater season, consisting of highlights, interviews and features about Broadway and national touring productions.
27.
Intimate Portrait: Queen Latifah (1997) as Narration
Profile of professional and personal life of rapper and actress Queen Latifah. Includes interviews with family members, friends and colleagues.
28.
1996 Trumpet Awards (1996) as Presenter
Telecast of the fourth annual Trumpet Awards, saluting African-American contributions to the fields of medicine, education, literature, politics, sports, business, and entertainment.
29.
Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special, The (1995)
Special featuring 25 years of highlights from the R&B dance series "Soul Train," as well as new tribute performances. Al Green, MC Hammer, Michael Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Diana Ross, Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder are designated into the Soul Train Hall of Fame.
30.
Going, Going, Almost Gone! Animals in Danger (1994) as Voice Over
Family special about endangered animals and what people can do to protect them. Uses both animated and live-action segments, with voiceovers by actors committed to wildlife preservation.
31.
26th Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1994)
An awards special presented by the National Association of Colored People honoring African-Americans and other minorities who have presented positive images to the public through their work in film, music, television and sports.
32.
Addicted to Fame (1994)
Maria Shriver interviews public figures, performers, celebrities, and social commentators in an exploration of fame, why our culture is so attracted to it, and how it affects those who obtain it.
33.
Century of Women, A (1994)
A six-hour, three-part documentary on the changing role and image of women in U.S. history in the 20th Century. Makes use of voiceover narrative, archival footage, historic photographs, and on-camera interviews with women who have played important roles in the 20th Century. Also includes a fictional
34.
Great American Music: A Salute to Fast Cars (1994)
Special honoring the sport of car racing, through song and dance by The Calvin Gilmore Singers, appearances by professional car racers, and taped comments by entertainers.
35.
Growing Up Funny (1994)
Special taking a humorous look as the issues women encounter while growing up, such as self-esteem. Includes comedy sketches and performances by standup comics.
36.
14th Annual CableACE Awards, The (1993) as Presenter
Live broadcast from the Pantages Theatre of the fourteenth annual ACE Awards ceremony honoring excellence in cable television.
37.
Six Comics in Search of a Generation (1992) as Host
Stand-up comics take a humorous look at the post-baby boom generation.
38.
Gladys Knight's Holiday Family Reunion Concert (1991)
A Thanksgiving special hosted by Gladys Knight. The concert was taped at a tribute to the Black Family Reunion Celebration, a nationallly held annual festival dedicated to fostering positive images of the African-American family.
39.
Funny Women of Television: A Museum of Television & Radio Tribute (1991)
Telecast of a gala benefit for the Museum of Broadcasting, focusing on great TV comediennes. Includes a tribute to Lucille Ball and a special dedication ceremony of the Museum's new headquarters in New York City.
40.
63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1991)
Live coverage of the sixty-third annual Academy Awards ceremony.
41.
3rd Annual International Rock Awards, The (1991) as Presenter
An awards presentation for rock 'n' roll performers and composers. Live performances are also included.
42.
22nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1990)
Broadcast of the twenty-second annual NAACP Image Awards honoring the those who have contributed positively to the image of African-Americans.
43.
5th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, The (1990)
A broadcast of the Stellar Gospel Music Awards ceremony, taped at the Aquarius Theatre in Los Angeles. The ceremony also commemorates the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
44.
21st Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1989)
Broadcast of the 21st annual event honoring the contribution of blacks in the entertainment industry. Also included are comedy sketches, music performances, the presentation of the Entertainer of the Year Award to Eddie Murphy and the awarding of the NAACP President's Award to Jesse Jackson.
45.
16th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame (1989)
An awards special honoring black entertainers. Alvin Ailey received with the Paul Robeson Award, and cabaret performer Elisabeth Welch and singer/dancer Lola Falana were inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame.
46.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989)
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
47.
3rd Annual Soul Train Music Awards, The (1989)
Live coverage of the third annual Soul Train Music Awards, honoring the top recordings in all forms of black music, including pop, rhythm and blues, jazz, gospel and rap. Special awards are given to the best new artist of the year and the best music video.
48.
3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1989)
A live presentation of the third annual American Comedy Awards honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment. Included is a showcase of new comedy stars as well as some of America's top comedians. Neil Simon is the recipient of the Lifetime Creative Achievement Award.
49.
Runaway (1989) as Charlie
A "WonderWorks" presentation about a poor, latchkey teenager in New York City. He learns about the harsh life of urban runaways when he goes into hiding after being falsely accused of causing an accident in which his friend is seriously injured. The boy lives for 121 days in the subway tunnels of Ne
50.
Best Catches (1989)
A special which takes a look at the qualities that make ten personalities from the world of entertainment, sports, science and royalty some of the most eligible of "catches."

Music (special)

51.
Frog Princess: An Animated Special From the "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child" Series, The (2000) as Song Performer ("Just Because")
A retelling of a classic fairy tale from a feminist point of view. In a faraway kingdom, a young prince named Gavin eagerly awaits his chance to ascend to the throne -- until an unexpected turn of events leaves him with a frog for a wife. Instead, King Big Daddy decides that Prince Gavin and his Fro

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

52.
Queen (1993) as Easter
Alex Haley's story of his paternal grandmother, who was born into slavery, the daughter of a slave and a white Civil War colonel of Irish descent. Caucasian in appearance, she lived as a white after the Civil War.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

53.
Feast of All Saints, The (2001) as Juliet Mercier
Chronicles the lives of four "free people of color," descendants of African slaves and their French and Spanish owners who lived in Louisiana before the Civil War. The story focuses on Marcel Ste, Marie, his sister Marie Ste. Marie, and their close friends Anna Bella Monroe and Richard Lermontant as
54.
At Mother's Request (1987) as Bank Teller
A two-part miniseries based on fact, about a New York socialite, Frances Schreuder, who persuaded her son Marc to kill his father for his inheritance.

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