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In his own right, during a 50-year career in the Film and Television Industry, Ernest became a leader, a dignitary and activist fighting for the rights of blacks in Hollywood. After joining the NAACP and serving as a Lifetime Member, Ernest received many awards from the NAACP, recognizing his dedication, resilience and accomplishments in the ... See full bio »

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  Miami Vice (TV Series) (stunt double - 111 episodes, 1984 - 1990) (stunt coordinator - 21 episodes, 1984 - 1985) (stunts - 1 episode, 1985)
- Too Much, Too Late (1990) ... (stunt double: philip michael thomas)
- Leap of Faith (1989) ... (stunt double: philip michael thomas)
- Miracle Man (1989) ... (stunt double: philip michael thomas)
- World of Trouble (1989) ... (stunt double: philip michael thomas)
- Freefall (1989) ... (stunt double: philip michael thomas)
 1984 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (stunt performer)
 1983 Brainstorm (stunt performer: guard #1 - as Ernie Robinson)
 1982 Zapped! (stunt person)
 1980 The Island (stunts - as Ernie Robinson)
 1978 Thank God It's Friday (stunts - as Ernie Robinson)
 1977 Greased Lightning (stunt coordinator) / (stunt double: richard pryor)
 1976 Swashbuckler (stunts)
 1976 The Gumball Rally (stuntman)
 1976 Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde (stunts)
 1974 Earthquake (stunts - uncredited)
 1974 Black Samson (stunt coordinator)
 1974 Uptown Saturday Night (stunt coordinator)
 1974 Foxy Brown (stunt performer - uncredited)
 1973 The Black 6 (stunts - as Ernie Robinson)
 1973 The Spook Who Sat by the Door (stunt gaffer - as Ernie Robinson)
 1973 Cleopatra Jones (stunt coordinator)
 1972 Lady Sings the Blues (stunts)
 1972 The Final Comedown (stunt coordinator)
 1972 What's Up, Doc? (stunts)
 1971 Dirty Harry (stunts - uncredited)
 1970 Halls of Anger (stunt coordinator) / (stunts - uncredited)
 1966-1967 I Spy (TV Series) (stunts - 18 episodes)
- Mainly on the Plains (1967) ... (stunts)
- A Room with a Rack (1967) ... (stunts)
- The War Lord (1967) ... (stunts)
- The Trouble with Temple (1967) ... (stunts)
- Father Abraham (1966) ... (stunts)
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Served as the Stunt Double for Philip Michael Thomas on the hit TV show "Miami Vice". Ernie has also doubled for Actors such as: Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby.


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