Had a recurring role as a detective on the third season of the ABC series, "Desperate Housewives"
Had featured role in the thriller "The Watcher"
Produced and starred in "The Great White Hope" at the Los Angeles Inner City Cultural Center
Starred in the HBO movie "Lackawanna Blues," based on an autobiographical one man show by Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Awarded a full scholarship to the Yale School of Drama
Cast as the warden in the HBO series "Oz"
Co-starred in "Mr. Magoo"
Feature film debut (listed as 'Earnest L. Hudson' in credits) as Archie in Gordon Park's feature, "Leadbelly"
First role as a TV series regular as Smythe on "Highcliffe Manor" (NBC), a spoof of Gothic horror movies
Reprised role of Winston Zeddemore in "Ghostbusters II"
Appeared as a FBI Asst. Director in "Miss Congeniality"
Appeared in "King", Abby Mann's TV miniseries
Assumed role of Hawk in the A&E original "Walking Shadow", based on a Robert Parker Spenser mystery novel
Reprised role as FBI Asst. Director in "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous"
While attending Wayne State University, established the Actors' Ensemble Theatre where he and other black writers directed and appeared in their own works
Appeared as a TV series regular in a major supporting role as Sgt. 'Night Train' Lane on NBC's "The Last Precinct", a cop show spoof
Began stage work as resident playwright with Concept East, a Detroit-based African American theater company
Cast with Snoop Dogg in the animated feature, "Hood of Horror"
Co-starred with Miguel Ferrer on CBS police/action TV series, "Broken Badges"
Left Yale to appear in the L.A. Production of Lonnie Elder's musical, "Daddy Goodness"
Played Solomon in "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle"
Played Winston Zeddemore in "Ghostbusters"
Starred as Jack Jefferson in the Minneapolis Theatre-in-the-Round production of "The Great White Hope"