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  • TV commercial for Philip's Milk of Magnesia
  • (1970s) TV commercial for Bounce Fabric Softener
  • (1987) TV commercial for Ocean Spray Grapefruit Juice Cocktail
  • (2000) TV commercial for celebrating Black History Month
  • (2004) TV commercial for Swift Dusters
  • (2001) Appeared in P. Diddy's music video "Diddy"
  • (1995) Recorded the Time Warner audiobook "Kiss the Girls" with fellow actor Christopher Noth
  • (1985) He starred as Purlie Victorius in the Great Performances presentation of "Purlie".
  • (1990) He played the title role of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "The Phantom of the Opera" in Los Angeles, California.
  • (1976) He acted in the play "Benito Cereno" at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. David Jenkins was scenic designer.
  • (1977) He acted in the play "Don Juan" at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
  • Kwamina (1961). Musical. Book by Robert Alan Aurthur. Music by Richard Adler. Lyrics by Richard Adler. Music orchestrated by Sid Ramin and Irwin Kostal. Musical and Choral Direction by Colin Romoff. Dance arrangements by John Morris. Choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Directed by Robert Lewis. 54th Street Theatre: 23 Oct 1961- 18 Nov 1961 (32 performances). Cast: Terry Carter (as "Kwamina/Peter"), Sally Ann Howes (as "Eve"), Ethel Ayler, Norman Barrs, Rex Ingram (as "Nana Mwalla"), Brock Peters (as "Obitsebi"), Issa Arnal, Joseph Attles, Pepsi Bethel, Hope Clarke, Zebedee Collins, Joseph Crawford, Doris deMendez, Doreese DuQuan, Julius Fields, Renaye Fubler, Vaughn Fubler, Scott Gibson, Frank Glass, Altovise Gore, Robert Guillaume (as "Ako"), Victoria Harrison, Lillian Hayman, Lee Hooper, Louis Johnson, Wanza L. King, Mary Louise, James Lowe, Minnie Marshall, Rosalie Maxwell, John Miles, Charles Moore, Clark Morgan, Joan Peters, Helen Phillips, Ronald Platts, Mike Quashie, Charles Queenan, Lucinda Ransom, Mal Scott, Joan Seabrook, Ainsley Sigmond, Rawn Spearman, Phillip Stamps, Barbara Ann Teer (as "Dancer"), Edward Thomas, George Tipton, Glory Van Scott, Gordon Watkins, Myrna White, Arthur Wright, Camile Yarborough. Produced by Alfred De Liagre Jr.
  • Finian's Rainbow (1960). Musical (revival). Based on material by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy. Musical Director: Max Meth. Choreographed by Herbert Ross. Directed by Herbert Ross. 46th Street Theatre: 23 May 1960- 1 Jun 1960 (unknown performances). Cast: Anita Alvarez (as "Susan Mahoney"), Carol Brice (as "Maude"), Jeannie Carson (as "Sharon McLonergan"), Biff McGuire (as "Woody Mahoney "), Howard Morris (as "Og"), Bobby Howes (as "Finian McLonergan"), Marilynn Allwyn, Issa Arnal (as "Singer"), Patty Austin (as "Diane"), John Boni, Sorrell Booke (as "Senator Billboard Rawkins"), Eddie Bruce (as "Buzz Collins"), Nan Courtney, Edgar Daniels, Michael Darden, Hugh Dilworth, Julius C. Fields, Jerry Fries, Arthur Garrison, Gene Gavin (as "Dancer"), Bill Glover (as "2nd Passion Pilgrim Gospeleer/Singer"), Don Grey, Robert Guillaume (as "2nd Geologist/Singer"), Ellen Halpin, Tiger Haynes (as "3rd Passion Pilgrim Gospeleer/Singer"), Loren Hightower, Marnell Higley, Nat Horne, Barney Johnston, Jerry Laws (as "1st Passion Pilgrim Gospeleer/Singer"), Ronald Lee, Sally Lee, Mary Louise, John McCurry, Diane McDaniel, Tom McElhany (as "Sheriff"), Jim McMillan, Larry Mitchell, Carmen Morales, Lispet Nelson, Paul Olsen, Wakefield Poole (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Mavis Ray, Stephanie Reynolds, Jaime Juan Rogers, Joe Ross (as "Mr. Shears"), Sandra Roveta, Ron Schwinn, Knute Sullivan, Jacqueline Walcott, Alyce Elizabeth Webb, Beverly Jane Welch, Myrna White. Produced by New York City Center Light Opera Company (Jean Dalrymple: Director).
  • (2001 - 2002) He acted in Arthur Miller's play "Creation of the World and Other Business" in Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with James Cromwell, Jordan Belfi, Lanai Chapman, Marsha Kramer, Jack Riley, Randy Kravis and Andy Hirsch in the cast. John Bowab was director.
  • (February 14, 1972) He acted in Ossie Davis, Philip Rose, and Peter Udell's play, "Purlie," at the Hanna Theater in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • (2002) Book: "Guillaume: A Life". Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press. ISBN-13: 978-0826214263. with David Ritz.

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