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Born: August 6, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Dayton, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1972:
Understudied lead in New York Shakespeare Festival production of "Two Gentlemen of Verona"
1974:
Broadway debut, "Over Here!"
1974:
Appeared in the pre-Broadway tryout of "Miss Moffat" (musical of "The Corn is Green) in Philadelphia opposite Bette Davis
1975:
TV debut, co-starring in "Foster and Laurie"
1976:
Film acting debut in "Sparkle"
1979:
Won acclaim for role in TV miniseries, "Roots: The Next Generation"
1981:
Had recurring role in TV series "Strike Force"
1983:
Starring role in TV series "Trauma Center"
1984:
Was regular on "Glitter" (ABC)
1987:
Provided first voice-over for "The New Adventures of Jonny Quest" (syndicated)
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Provided the voice of Stretch on the CBS animated series "The California Raisins"
1989:
Recorded first album, "Dorian Harewood: Love Will Stop Calling"
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Had supporting role on "The Trials of Rosie O'Neil"
1992:
Played recurring role on several episodes of NBC Civil Rights-era drama series "I'll Fly Away"
1992:
Voiced character of Moze on the primetime animated series "Capitol Critters" (ABC)
1994:
Co-starred as a scientist who designed a modified car in "Viper", a short-lived NBC sci-fi series
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Provided character voices for a number of animated series, including "Iron Man", "The Tick", "Aladdin" and "Savage Dragon"
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Co-starred on the Showtime drama series "The Hoop Life"
2001:
Played Guy Richardson in the feature "Glitter"
2003:
Featured in the drama "Levity"
2003:
Featured in the supernatural thriller "Gothika"

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