Lawrence-hilton Jacobs


Biography

Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Jacobs began his acting career with roles in such films as "Claudine" (1974) with Diahann Carroll, "Cooley High" (1975) and "Youngblood" (1978). He also appeared in "The Annihilators" (1985), "Paramedics" (1988) with George Newbern and "L.A. Vice" (1989). His passion for acting continued to his roles in proj...

Biography

Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Jacobs began his acting career with roles in such films as "Claudine" (1974) with Diahann Carroll, "Cooley High" (1975) and "Youngblood" (1978). He also appeared in "The Annihilators" (1985), "Paramedics" (1988) with George Newbern and "L.A. Vice" (1989). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Chance" (1990), "Quiet Fire" (1991) and "Kill Crazy" (1991) with David Heavener. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Paul Michael drama "The Streetsweeper" (2003), the comedy "Southlander" (2003) with Rory Cochrane and the drama "Sublime" (2007) with Jeffrey Anderson Gunter. He also appeared in the Vida Guerra romantic comedy "Tamales and Gumbo" (2009) and the Vernée Watson-Johnson drama "Nocturnal Agony" (2014). Jacobs most recently acted in "31" (2016).

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Claudine (1974) - You Gonna Tell Me What's Heavy? Continuing from the opening into what must be some location in Westchester County, NY, title character Diahann Carroll arrives at her workplace and meets garbage-man "Roop" (James Earl Jones) clearly not for the first time, Bernie Barrow and Joan Kaye her employers, John Berry directing, in Claudine, 1974.
Claudine (1974) - Open, Vitamin F With all six kids (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs the tallest, eldest) Bronx native Diahann Carroll (title role, in her Academy Award-nominated performance) in Upper Manhattan, then on the Riverdale bus with friends (Judy Mills et al), in the first and only feature from Ossie Davis’ Third World Cinema Corp., Claudine, 1974.
Claudine (1974) - I've Actually Avoided Success Westchester County garbage man Roop (James Earl Jones) has evacuated household worker Diahann Carroll (title character) from her bustling Manhattan apartment and six kids for their first date, his own place in Harlem not 100% ready for a guest, early in Claudine, 1974.
Claudine (1974) - Every Tear My Mother Sheds The second visit of James Earl Jones as stable suburban garbage-man “Roop” Marshall to the Upper Manhattan home of single-mom Diahann Carroll (title character), getting a little more engaged with her kids, Yvette Curtis as second-eldest Patrice, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as protective Charles, in Claudine, 1974.
Cooley High (1975) - Y'all Need To Go To Church After school Preach (Glynn Turman) in a dice game with Stone and Robert (recruited Chicago gang members Rick Stone and Norman Gibson, in their first scene), joined by Cochise (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs), the bothered Brenda (Cynthia Davis) and proprietor Martha (Juanita McConnell), Michael Schultz directing from Eric Monte's original screenplay, in Cooley High, 1975.
Cooley High (1975) - Open, Rise And Shine Not accidentally idyllic, though the Chicago scenes and other elements confirm that the credit sequence was shot after 1964, when the story begins, with The Supremes’ recording of the Holland-Dozier-Holland song, and director Michael Schultz just introducing leads Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs and Glynn Turman, opening Cooley High, 1975.
Cooley High (1975) - You Eat The Hot Dog Arguably the most satisfying cutting-class sequence ever made, Preach (Glynn Turman) guides Pooter (Corin Rogers) through the nosebleed routine, Cochise (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) out the back, Willie (Maurice Leon Havis) joining outside, Michael Schultz directing with the Steve Wonder recording of the song by Clarence Paul and Henry Cosby, on location in Chicago, early in Cooley High, 1975.
Cooley High (1975) - I Guess R Means Reverse Interrupting a ragged, intoxicated doo-wop attempt, Stone (Rick Stone) at the window and Robert (Norman Gibson) at the wheel persuade Cochise (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) and Preach (Glynn Turman) to join them in their liberated Cadillac, headed for the Gold Coast of 1964 Chicago, in Cooley High, 1975.

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