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Born: March 3, 1945 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Lexington, Mississippi, USA Profession: actor, singer, producer, director

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Bruce Winston made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" (1936). In 1919, he made his film debut in "Patricia Brent, Spinster." In 1936, he appeared in "Everybody Dance." In 1946, he had his final film role in "Carnival."

Bruce Winston made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" (1936). In 1919, he made his film debut in "Patricia Brent, Spinster." In 1936, he appeared in "Everybody Dance." In 1946, he had his final film role in "Carnival."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Learning Curves (2003)
3.
 True Crime (1999)
4.
5.
 Meet the Deedles (1998) Jo-Claire
6.
 UnBowed (1998)
7.
 Living out Loud (1998)
8.
 Jackie Brown (1997)
9.
 Sunset Park (1996)
10.
 Cherokee Kid (1996)
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1998:
Had a regular role on the CBS sitcom "Becker"
1964:
Performed in Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival
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Relocated to New York City at the age of 13
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Was a member of the ensemble cast of "The Electric Company" (PBS)
1970:
Cast in the Broadway production of "Two Gentlemen Of Verona"
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Education

Howard University: - 1963
Antioch College: Los Angeles, California - 2002

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husband:
Harold Wheeler. Composer. Met in 1971. married c. 1978; Wheeler is the orchestrator for the hit Broadway play "Hairspray".

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aunt:
Birtha Williams. Housekeeper. Raised Winston in Greenville, Mississippi.
uncle:
Louis Pampley. Lumber-mill foreman. Married to Birtha Williams; raised Winston; died in 1970.
daughter:
Samantha. College student. Born in 1983; adopted by Winston and Wheeler as an infant.

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