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Richard Ward

1915-03-15 Glenside, Pennsylvania, US

Image of Richard Ward

Biografia

Richard Ward, (March 15, 1915 – July 1, 1979) was a gravel-voiced African American actor on the stage, television, and in films, from 1949 until his death. Though best known through his TV appearances late in life, both in sitcoms and police procedurals, Ward also had an extensive film resume and a distinguished stage career, one of the highlights of the latter being his portrayal of Willy Loman in the 1972 production of Death of a Salesman, staged in Baltimore's Center Stage (the first African American production of Arthur Miller's signature opus, produced with the playwright's blessing); Ward's own favorite among his theatrical vehicles was Ceremonies in Dark Old Men.

Películas

All Men's Dead Heinrich Maksimov 2012-01-01
Brubaker Abraham Cook 1980-06-20
The Jerk Father 1979-12-14
Contract on Cherry Street Jack Kittens 1977-11-19
Family Enforcer Gunsmith 1976-10-29
Mandingo Agamemnon 1975-06-06
Starsky and Hutch Captain Doobey 1975-05-01
For Pete's Sake Bernie 1974-06-26
Cops and Robbers Paul Jones 1973-08-15
Across 110th Street Doc Johnson 1972-12-19
Brother John Frank 1971-08-15
The Learning Tree Booker Savage 1969-08-06
Nothing But a Man Mill Hand 1964-12-27
Black Like Me Burt Wilson 1964-01-01
The Cool World Street speaker 1963-09-02
Carib Gold Lechock 1957-09-30
Freeman Ned