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Born: July 22, 1946 Cause of Death:
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1991:
Appeared opposite Alfre Woodard in Lawrence Kasdan's "Grand Canyon"
2008:
Co-starred with Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo in Fernando Meirelles' "Blindness"
1993:
Played Alec Haley in CBS miniseries "Queen"
1993:
Narrated "Civil War Journal" (A&E)
1999:
Starred in world premiere of Philip Kan Gotanda's "Yohen" with L.A.'s East West Players
1983:
TV-movie acting debut, "The Face of Rage" (ABC)
1998:
Voiced character of Barbatus in animated feature "Antz"
1997:
Co-starred in lackluster comedy "Gone Fishin'"; re-teamed with "Lethal Weapon 2" co-star Joe Pesci
1994:
Helmed "Override" for Showtime series "Directed By"
1996:
Executive produced HBO movies "The Deadly Voyage" and "America's Dream"; acted in one segment of the latter
2006:
Produced "Bamako," a film about the African debt
1997:
Starred in superior made-for-cable period drama "Buffalo Soldiers" (TNT)
1982:
Made Broadway debut in Fugard's "Master Harold...and the Boys"
2003:
Reunited with "Color Purple" co-star Whoopi Goldberg in "Good Fences" (Showtime)
2010:
Co-starred in Chris Rock-produced black comedy "Death at a Funeral," a remake of 2007 British film of the same name
1984:
First lead role in a feature, straight-to-video comedy "The Stand-In"
2000:
Played a corrupt African president in Cheick Oumar Sissoko's film "Battu" (shown at the Toronto International Film Festival)
1989:
Co-starred in made-for-TV blockbuster Western "Lonesome Dove" (CBS)
2007:
Acted opposite Mark Wahlberg in political thriller "Shooter"
1986:
First screen collaboration with co-star Alfre Woodard, PBS semi-documentary "Mandela"
2002:
Helmed Showtime original movie "Just a Dream"
1983:
Made miniseries debut in "Chiefs" (CBS)
1995:
Played detective Philip Marlowe in the "Red Wind" episode of Showtime series "Fallen Angels"
2009:
Played the U.S. President in Roland Emmerich's disaster film "2012"
1987:
Reteamed with Woodard in HBO biopic "Mandela"
2001:
Starred in and executive produced "3 AM" (Showtime), a crime drama produced by Spike Lee
2000:
Starred in film adaptation of Fugard's play "Boesman & Lena," about two homeless people surviving the harsh terrain of the Cape Flats in South Africa; filmed 1999 and premiered at 2000 Cannes Film Festival
2010:
Voiced character of Winston in animated feature "Alpha and Omega"
2012:
Appeared on short-lived mystery drama series "Touch"
2013:
Co-starred with Common in drama feature "LUV"
2013:
Co-starred with Parker Posey in highschool-set dramedy "Highland Park"
2014:
Appeared in romantic drama "Beyond the Lights"
2015:
Headlined the cast of action flick "Gridlocked"
2016:
Appeared in Robert De Niro/Zac Efron vehicle "Dirty Grandpa"
2016:
Played the mayor of New York City on Amazon's "Mozart in the Jungle"
2017:
Narrated "Cold Case Files"
1984:
Landed his breakthrough role as Moze in Robert Benton's "Places in the Heart"
2006:
Co-starred as James 'Thunder' Early's (Eddie Murphy) manager in Bill Condon's adaptation of 1981 Broadway musical "Dreamgirls"
1985:
Played a cowboy in Lawrence Kasdan's "Silverado"
1998:
Reprised his signature role in "Lethal Weapon 4"
2000:
Earned Emmy nomination for his performance in the TNT original production "Freedom Song"
1987:
Had his first collaboration with co-star Mel Gibson and director Richard Donner, "Lethal Weapon"; played LAPD officer Roger Murtaugh opposite Gibson's Martin Riggs
1985:
Had his first feature lead in a theatrical release in Steven Spielberg's "The Color Purple"
1980:
Made off-Broadway debut in Athol Fugard's play "The Blood Knot"
1989:
Starred in PBS adaptation of Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun," directed by Bill Duke for "American Playhouse"
1998:
Co-starred with Oprah Winfrey in film adaptation of Toni Morrison's Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel "Beloved"
1992:
Returned to play Murtagh in "Lethal Weapon 3"
1990:
Made his feature debut as an executive producer, "To Sleep With Anger"
1979:
Made film-acting debut in "Escape From Alcatraz"
1989:
Reteamed with Gibson and Donner for second outing "Lethal Weapon 2"
2001:
Starred opposite Anjelica Huston and Gene Hackman in Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums"
2016:
Co-starred in holiday comedy "Almost Christmas"

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