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Lou Myers (1935–2013)


Lou Myers was born on September 26, 1935 in Cabin Creek, West Virginia, USA as Lewis Eddy Myers. He was an actor, known for A Different World (1987), Tin Cup (1996) and It's Kind of a Funny Story (2010). He died on February 19, 2013 in Charleston, West Virginia. See full bio »

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Known For

A Different World
A Different World Vernon Gaines
(1988-1993)
Tin Cup
Tin Cup Clint
(1996)
The Wedding Planner
The Wedding Planner Burt Weinberg
(2001)

Filmography

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 2013/II Dreams
Mr. Harlan
 2009-2010 My Parents, My Sister & Me (TV Series)
T.C.
- Puppy Love (2010) ... T.C.
- Labor of Love (2010) ... T.C.
- Tabitha's Birthday (2010) ... T.C.
- School Days (2010) ... T.C.
- Home Alone: Part 2 (2009) ... T.C.
 2008 Kings of the Evening
Counter Man
 2006 Lucky Louie (TV Series)
Clerk
- Pilot (2006) ... Clerk
 2005 Lackawanna Blues (TV Movie)
Ol' Po Carl
 2004 Team Player
Coach Lou
 2004 Eve (TV Series)
Deacon Peabody
- Porn Free (2004) ... Deacon Peabody
 2003 All About the Andersons (TV Series)
Charlie
- Joe's Big Break (2003) ... Charlie
- My Hero (2003) ... Charlie
- Golden Child (2003) ... Charlie
- Go with the Flo (2003) ... Charlie
- Don't Be a Dater Hater (2003) ... Charlie
 2003 Sweet Oranges (Video)
Mr. King
 2003 The Fighting Temptations
Homer T.
 2002 Philly (TV Series)
Mr. Owens
- Brotherly Love (2002) ... Mr. Owens
 2001 ER (TV Series)
Mr. Urman
- Quo Vadis? (2001) ... Mr. Urman
 2001 All About You
Toomie
 2000 Echoes (Short)
 2000 A Private Affair (TV Movie)
Lawrence
 1999 The Stand-In
Half-Step Wilson
 1999 The Famous Jett Jackson (TV Series)
Elijah Waters
- What Money Can't Buy (1999) ... Elijah Waters
 1999 Malcolm & Eddie (TV Series)
Gus
- The Tapawingo Witch Project (1999) ... Gus
 1999 The Big Confession (Short)
Tommy
 1998 How Stella Got Her Groove Back
Uncle Ollie
 1998 Goodbye Lover
Police Captain
 1998 Mama Flora's Family (TV Mini-Series)
Albie
- Episode #1.2 (1998) ... Albie
- Episode #1.1 (1998) ... Albie
 1997 Riot (TV Movie)
George (segment "Homecoming Day")
 1996 The Jamie Foxx Show (TV Series)
Rubberneck Watson
- Seems Like Old Times (1996) ... Rubberneck Watson
 1996 Tin Cup
Clint
 1996 The Sentinel (TV Series)
Billy Cates
- Reunion (1996) ... Billy Cates
 1995 Living Single (TV Series)
Milton Hampton
- To Grandmother's House We Go (1995) ... Milton Hampton
 1995 The Piano Lesson (TV Movie)
Wining Boy
 1994 Cobb
Willie
 1994 The Sinbad Show (TV Series)
Uncle Luther
- Family Reunion (1994) ... Uncle Luther
 1993 Thea (TV Series)
Mr. Hayes
- Here Comes Mr. Gordon (1993) ... Mr. Hayes
 1991 Missing Pieces
Attendant
 1990 Bagdad Cafe (TV Series)
Riley
- I Got a Crush on You (1990) ... Riley
 1987 The Cosby Show (TV Series)
Mr. Davis
- Andalusian Flu (1987) ... Mr. Davis
- You Only Hurt the One You Love (1987) ... Mr. Davis
 1976 Great Performances (TV Series)
Reverend Mosely
- The First Breeze of Summer (1976) ... Reverend Mosely
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He acted in August Wilson's play, "The Piano Lesson," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Alex Desert, Hill Harper, Alex Morris, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Nathan Hinton, Ariyan Johnson, and Alexious Toliver in the cast. Michele Shay was director. See more »
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Was friends with Charnele Brown. See more »

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Libra

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