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Yvette Hawkins (1940–1995)

Yvette Hawkins was born on September 28, 1940 in New York, USA. She was an actress, known for Lean on Me (1989), Mighty Aphrodite (1995) and Zebrahead (1992). She died on April 10, 1995 in New York. See full bio »


(age 54) in New York, USA

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Mon, Nov 26 2:00 AM EST on WE (214)

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Lean on Me Mrs. Arthur
Mighty Aphrodite School Principal
Zebrahead Margaret
Mississippi Masala Aunt Rose


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 1995 Mighty Aphrodite
School Principal
 1994-1995 Law & Order (TV Series)
Judge Meg Sanderson
- Performance (1995) ... Judge Meg Sanderson
- Breeder (1994) ... Judge Meg Sanderson
 1993 Ghostwriter (TV Series)
Aunt Whilemina / Aunt Wilhelmina
- Into the Comics: Part 3 (1993) ... Aunt Whilemina (voice)
- Into the Comics: Part 4 (1993) ... Aunt Wilhelmina
- Into the Comics: Part 2 (1993) ... Aunt Whilemina (voice)
 1992 Zebrahead
 1991 Mississippi Masala
Aunt Rose
 1990 H.E.L.P. (TV Series)
- Fire Down Below (1990) ... Edwards
 1989 Money, Power, Murder. (TV Movie)
 1989 Lean on Me
Mrs. Arthur
 1981 Cagney & Lacey (TV Series)
- Pilot (1981) ... Female
 1981 Nighthawks
Mrs. Ntembwe
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 1968 Harlem Theatre (Documentary)

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Other Works:

(March 3 to 21, 1993) She played Madear and Chorus in Regina Taylor's play, "Jennine's Diary," in Various Small Fries (A Pair of One Act Plays) Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Elain Graham (Jennine); Judy Tate (Taxi Driver/Cousin Esther/Aunt Rose/Friend/Chorus); Nailah... See more »

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Starred as Tiny in the New Lafayette Theatre production of Ed Bullins' play 'In the Wine Time', 10 December 1968.

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