Meadowlark Lemon (1932–2015)

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Meadowlark Lemon was born on April 25, 1932 in Wilmington, North Carolina, USA as George Meadow Lemon III. He was an actor, known for Modern Romance (1981), The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh (1979) and Imps* (1983). He was married to Dr. Cynthia Lemon and Willye Maultsby. He died on December 27, 2015 in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. See full bio »

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Modern Romance Meadowlark Lemon
The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh Rev. Grady Jackson
Imps* Willie (segment "Man on the Moon")
Alice Meadowlark Lemon


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 1983 Imps*
Willie (segment "Man on the Moon")
 1983 Alice (TV Series)
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- Tommy Fouls Out (1983) ... Meadowlark Lemon
 1981 Crash Island (TV Movie)
 1981 Modern Romance
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 1980 Hello, Larry (TV Series)
- Larry's Mid Life Crisis: Part 1 (1980) ... Meadowlark
 1979 The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh
Rev. Grady Jackson
 1979 Sweepstakes (TV Series)
 1970-1971 Harlem Globe Trotters (TV Series)
- Jungle Jitters (1971) ... (voice)
- Soccer to Me (1971) ... (voice)
- Granny's Royal Ruckus (1971) ... (voice)
- Pardon My Magic (1971) ... (voice)
- Nothing to Moon About (1971) ... (voice)
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