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Also Known As: Died: November 9, 1999
Born: December 25, 1932 Cause of Death: complications from diabetes
Birth Place: Charleston, South Carolina, USA Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Dead Men Don't Die (1990)
A television anchor is brought back from the dead and his murderers try to kill him again.
2.
Scrooged (1988)
A contemporary comedy based on Charles Dickens'' novel "A Christmas Carol," focusing on a television executive who decides to exploit the holidays in order to boost ratings.
3.
Jerk, Too, The (1984)
The TV sequel -- bordering on a complete remake -- of Steve Martin's feature film, "The Jerk," the saga of Navin Johnson, country bumpkin who leaves the family of black sharecroppers that had raised him and proceeds to make his zany way in the world. Stand-up comic Mark Blankfield, one of Steve's pr
4.
Getting Over (1981) as Mabel Queen
A record promoter discovers and nurtures an all female singing group called the Love Machine. When the lead singer is kidnapped, the promoter learns that the record company he works for is a front for organized crime.
6.
The Jerk (1979)
A naive young man seeks his fortune while trying to escape a deranged killer.
7.
The Wiz (1978) as Evillene
A schoolteacher is swept to a magical land to face witches, wizards and a singing scarecrow.
8.
Scott Joplin (1977)
The life story of famed ragtime composer and pianist Scott Joplin is told. Born in the 19th century, racism had kept the brilliant African American in the lower echelons of show business, but when he introduced his composition "The Maple Leaf Rag" in a musical competition, he gained the attention of
9.
Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars And Motor Kings, The (1976)
A group of black baseball players attempt to make the big time circa 1939.
10.
Ganja and Hess (1973) as Queen Of Myrthia
Afer being stabbed with an ancient, germ-infested knife, a doctor's assistant finds himself with an insatiable desire for blood.
11.
Don't Play Us Cheap (1972) as Mrs Bowser
A little devil crashes a house party in Harlem and stirs up trouble.

Music (feature film)

12.
The Wiz (1978) as Song Performer ("Don'T Nobody Bring Me No Bad News")
A schoolteacher is swept to a magical land to face witches, wizards and a singing scarecrow.
13.
Ganja and Hess (1973) as Song Performer ("March Blues")
Afer being stabbed with an ancient, germ-infested knife, a doctor's assistant finds himself with an insatiable desire for blood.

Cast (special)

14.
NBC Presents the AFI Comedy Special (1987)
A special consisting of four comedy sketches written and introduced by recently discovered writers competitively selected at the American Film Institute's Television Writers Comedy Workshop, underwritten by NBC, which was conducted in the summer of 1986. The four sketches are titled: "Gwendolyn," "T
15.
All the Money in the World (1983)
Young Quentin Stowe, a thirteen-year-old farm youth of modest means, saves a leprechaun from a well, and has his wish for all the world's currency fulfilled -- thereby creating an international banking crisis. Flan, the leprechaun, refuses to break his magic spell, but Quentin comes up with a clever

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