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A veteran television performer with countless supporting roles to his credit, Arkansas native Brent Jennings established himself through small-screen parts, while peppering his career playing brief but important characters in major motion pictures. His roles as Carter in the 1985 Harrison Ford vehicle "Witness" and Abdul Elijah in the 1988 buddy cop flick "Red Heat" were spread out amidst appearances in popular series such as "Hill Street Blues" and "21 Jump Street," leading to even more work in the '90s. Jennings enjoyed perhaps the biggest boost to his career in 2011 as third-base coach Ron Washington in Bennett Miller's acclaimed baseball drama "Moneyball."

A veteran television performer with countless supporting roles to his credit, Arkansas native Brent Jennings established himself through small-screen parts, while peppering his career playing brief but important characters in major motion pictures. His roles as Carter in the 1985 Harrison Ford vehicle "Witness" and Abdul Elijah in the 1988 buddy cop flick "Red Heat" were spread out amidst appearances in popular series such as "Hill Street Blues" and "21 Jump Street," leading to even more work in the '90s. Jennings enjoyed perhaps the biggest boost to his career in 2011 as third-base coach Ron Washington in Bennett Miller's acclaimed baseball drama "Moneyball."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Go For Sisters (2013)
2.
 Moneyball (2011)
3.
 Honeydripper (2007)
4.
 Boycott (2001) Rufus Lewis
5.
 Dancing in September (2000) Matt
6.
 Life (1999) Hoppin' Joe
7.
 Love Songs (1999) Bunchie ("A Love Song For Jean And Ellis") ("A Love Song For Jean And Ellis") (A Love Song For Dad")
8.
 Lesson Before Dying, A (1999) Reverend Ambrose
9.
 Fixer, The (1998) Monsignor Njogu
10.
 Don King: Only in America (1997) Dick Sadler
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