|Date of Birth||6 March 1918, Muncie, Indiana, USA|
|Date of Death||4 January 1970, San Diego, California, USA (heart attack)|
|Birth Name||James Johnson Edwards|
|Height||6' 1" (1.85 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Pioneering actor who was among Hollywood's first - years ahead of Sidney Poitier - to crush the Stepin Fetchit stereotype of black males as shiftless illiterates. Although in some pictures Edwards would portray subservient characters (e.g. "General" George C. Scott's valet in Patton (1970)), he delivered true dignity in his performances. He is especially remembered for his leading role in Home of the Brave (1949).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bill Takacs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Leola Sayles Mosley||(25 December 1953 - 4 January 1970) (his death) (1 child)|