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Appeared on Broadway August Wilson's play "Two Trains Running" (1992)

Appeared in play "The Man Who Came to Dinner"

Television PSA for Federal Student Aid program of the US Dept. of Education

In 1978, he was the narrator on the Story of Star Wars LP. The album was the story of the first movie told with sound clips from the film filled in with his narration.

1956: New York Shakespeare Festival production of "Julius Caesar"

1961: Starred in Jean Genet's "The Blacks"

1963: Narrator in Edward Albee's play "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe", based on a novella by Carson McCullers

1965: Won an Obie Award for his role as a rebellious slave in the off-Broadway production of "Benito Cereno".

(1986) Appeared in music video for Rod Stewart's "Love Touch," in character as Judge Dawkins from Legal Eagles (1986), which featured the song in the end titles.

(1960). Stage Play: The Cool World. Written by Warren Miller and Robert Rossen. Based on the novel by Warren Miller. Directed by Robert Rossen [final Broadway credit]. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 22 Feb 1960- 23 Feb 1960 (2 performances). Cast: Art Aveilhe (as "Lucky"), Ethel Ayler (as "Woman at the Beach"), Don Blakely (as "Savage"), Roscoe Lee Browne (as "Royal Baron"), Marvin Felix Camillo (as "Bebop"), Alice Childress (as "Mrs. Thurston"), Herb Coleman (as "Saint"), David Downing (as "Boy"), Clebert Ford (as "Foxy"), George Gatlin (as "Cowboy"), Maxwell Glanville (as "Pusher"), Martin Golar (as "Rod"), Lynn Hamilton (as "Mrs. Custis"), Philip Hepburn (as "Mau Mau"), James Earl Jones (as "Harrison Thurston"), Calvin Lockhart (as "Blood"), Eulabelle Moore (as "Gramma Custis"), Jim Oyster (as "Old Man/First Policeman"), Raymond St. Jacques [credited as Ray Saint Jacques] (as "Priest") [final Broadway role], Wardell Saunders (as "Father Christmas"), Harold Scott (as "Chester"), P. Jay Sidney (as "Hurst"), Hilda Simms (as "Miss Dewpont"), Cheyenne Sorocki (as "Cherokee"), Melvin Stewart (as "Hermit"), Cicely Tyson (as "Girl"), Lamont Washington (as "Little Man"), Alease Whittington (as "Lu Ann"), Billy Dee Williams (as "Duke Custis"), Duke Williams (as "Second Policeman"). Produced by Lester Osterman Jr.


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