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Réalisateur/trice Acteur/trice Scénariste

Al Freeman Jr.

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Naissance
Le 21 Mars 1934, à San Antonio (Texas, USA)

Nom de naissance
Albert Cornelius Freeman Jr.

Parfois crédités sous le nom de :
Al Freeman
Jr. Albert C. Freeman

Epouse
Sevara Clemon (1960 – ?)

Il est le fils de l’acteur Al Freeman.


Filmographie

Acteur:

« Law & Order »…. Reverend Thayer /… (2 episodes, 1990-2004)
… aka Law & Order Prime (USA: informal title)
Evil Breeds (2004) TV episode…. Stan Wallace
Poison Ivy (1990) TV episode…. Reverend Thayer

Down in the Delta (1998)…. Earl Sinclair

« Homicide: Life on the Street »…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris (3 episodes, 1995-1996)
… aka Homicide (USA: informal short title)
Blood Wedding (1996) TV episode…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris
Partners (1995) TV episode…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris
Cradle to Grave (1995) TV episode…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris

Once Upon a Time… When We Were Colored (1995)…. Poppa

Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker (1994) (TV)…. Old Johnson Whittaker
… aka Assault at Westpoint (USA: short title)

Boy Meets Girl (1993)

Malcolm X (1992)…. Elijah Muhammad
… aka X (USA: poster title)

Seven Hours to Judgment (1988)…. Danny Larwin

Perry Mason Returns (1985) (TV)…. Lt. Cooper
… aka The Defense Never Rests (USA: video title)

« The Cosby Show »…. Coach Ernie Scott (1 episode, 1985)
Back to the Track, Jack (1985) TV episode…. Coach Ernie Scott

« Roots: The Next Generations » (1979) TV mini-series…. Malcolm X

« King » (1978) TV mini-series…. Damon Lockwood

« Kojak »…. Federal Agent Donald Moshiah (1 episode, 1976)
A Need to Know (1976) TV episode…. Federal Agent Donald Moshiah

« Hot L Baltimore »…. Charles Bingham (3 episodes, 1975)
Suzy’s New Job (1975) TV episode…. Charles Bingham
Millie’s Beau (1975) TV episode…. Charles Bingham
Suzy’s Wedding (1975) TV episode…. Charles Bingham

« Maude »…. Roy (1 episode, 1974)
Speed Trap (1974) TV episode…. Roy

« One Life to Live » (1968) TV series…. Capt. Ed Hall #1 (1972-1975, 1975-1987, 1988, 2000) (unknown episodes)

« The Mod Squad » (1 episode, 1972)
Kill Gently, Sweet Jessie (1972) TV episode

To Be Young, Gifted, and Black (1972) (TV)

A Fable (1971)…. The Leader
… aka The Slave

My Sweet Charlie (1970) (TV)…. Charles Roberts

Castle Keep (1969)…. Pvt. Allistair Piersall Benjamin

The Lost Man (1969)…. Dennis Lawrence

« Judd for the Defense »…. Jones (1 episode, 1969)
The View from the Ivory Tower (1969) TV episode…. Jones

« The F.B.I. »…. Alan Harmon (1 episode, 1968)
The Enemies (1968) TV episode…. Alan Harmon

Finian’s Rainbow (1968)…. Howard

The Detective (1968)…. Robbie Loughlin

For Pete’s Sake (1968)

« The Edge of Night » (1956) TV series…. Asst. Dist. Atty. Ben Lee (unknown episodes, 1967)
… aka Edge of Night (USA: last season title)

Dutchman (1967)…. Clay

« The Trials of O’Brien » (1 episode, 1966)
The Blue Steel Suite (1966) TV episode

« Slattery’s People »…. Arthur Courtney (1 episode, 1965)
Question: What’s a Swan Song for a Sparrow (1965) TV episode…. Arthur Courtney

« For the People »…. Johnson (1 episode, 1965)
The Right to Kill (1965) TV episode…. Johnson

« The Defenders »…. Charlton White (1 episode, 1965)
Nobody Asks What Side You’re On (1965) TV episode…. Charlton White

Ensign Pulver (1964)…. Taru

The Troublemaker (1964)…. Intern

Black Like Me (1964)…. Thomas Newcomb

Sniper’s Ridge (1961) (as Albert C. Freeman, Jr.)…. Medic Gwathney

« Adventures in Paradise »…. Para (1 episode, 1961)
The Good Killing (1961) TV episode…. Para

« The DuPont Show with June Allyson »…. Taxi Man (1 episode, 1960)
… aka The June Allyson Show
Dark Fear (1960) TV episode…. Taxi Man

This Rebel Breed (1960) (as Al Freeman)…. Satchel
… aka The Black Rebels (USA)
… aka Three Shades of Love (USA: reissue title)

« Bourbon Street Beat »…. Elevator Operator (1 episode, 1959)
– Mrs. Viner Vanishes (1959) TV episode…. Elevator Operator

Torpedo Run (1958) (uncredited)…. Sam Baker

« The Millionaire »…. Houseboy (1 episode, 1958)
… aka If You Had a Million
The Rafe Peterson Story (1958) TV episode…. Houseboy

« Suspicion » (1 episode, 1958)
A Touch of Evil (1958) TV episode

Réalisateur :

A Fable (1971)
… aka The Slave

« One Life to Live » (1968) TV series (unknown episodes)

Scénariste :
Countdown at Kusini (1976) (writer)
… aka Cool Red (USA)

Soundtrack:
Finian’s Rainbow (1968) (performer: « This Time of The Year »)


Source : imdb.com

English

Date of Birth
21 March 1934, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Birth Name
Albert Cornelius Freeman Jr.

Alternate Names:
Al Freeman
Jr. Albert C. Freeman

Spouse
Sevara Clemon (1960 – ?)

Trivia
Son of actor Al Freeman.

Played Sidney Poitier’s Oscar-winning role in the musical stage version of Lilies of the Field (1963) entitled « Look to the Lilies » in 1970. Co-starring Shirley Booth, it ran only 25 performances at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.


Where Are They Now
(August 1988) Al Freeman Jr. has taught at Howard University for the last 16 years. He teaches Speech for the Microphone, Junior Level Acting: Character/Scene study, and Senior Level: Acting for TV and Film. He lives on a boat on the Waterfront in Washington DC.

Awards:Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 3 nominations

Daytime Emmy Awards
> 1987 Nominated Daytime Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for: « One Life to Live » (1968)
> 1986 Nominated Daytime Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for: « One Life to Live » (1968)
> 1983 Nominated Daytime Emmy Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role in a Daytime Drama Series for: « One Life to Live » (1968)
> 1979 Won Daytime Emmy Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series for: « One Life to Live » (1968)

Emmy Awards
> 1979 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Special for: « Roots: The Next Generations » (1979) For episode VII.
> 1970 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for: My Sweet Charlie (1970) (TV)

Image Awards
> 1995 Won Image Award Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for: Malcolm X (1992)


Filmography

Actor:

« Law & Order »…. Reverend Thayer /… (2 episodes, 1990-2004)
… aka Law & Order Prime (USA: informal title)
Evil Breeds (2004) TV episode…. Stan Wallace
Poison Ivy (1990) TV episode…. Reverend Thayer

Down in the Delta (1998)…. Earl Sinclair

« Homicide: Life on the Street »…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris (3 episodes, 1995-1996)
… aka Homicide (USA: informal short title)
Blood Wedding (1996) TV episode…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris
Partners (1995) TV episode…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris
Cradle to Grave (1995) TV episode…. Deputy Commissioner James Harris

Once Upon a Time… When We Were Colored (1995)…. Poppa

Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker (1994) (TV)…. Old Johnson Whittaker
… aka Assault at Westpoint (USA: short title)

Boy Meets Girl (1993)

Malcolm X (1992)…. Elijah Muhammad
… aka X (USA: poster title)

Seven Hours to Judgment (1988)…. Danny Larwin

Perry Mason Returns (1985) (TV)…. Lt. Cooper
… aka The Defense Never Rests (USA: video title)

« The Cosby Show »…. Coach Ernie Scott (1 episode, 1985)
Back to the Track, Jack (1985) TV episode…. Coach Ernie Scott

« Roots: The Next Generations » (1979) TV mini-series…. Malcolm X

« King » (1978) TV mini-series…. Damon Lockwood

« Kojak »…. Federal Agent Donald Moshiah (1 episode, 1976)
A Need to Know (1976) TV episode…. Federal Agent Donald Moshiah

« Hot L Baltimore »…. Charles Bingham (3 episodes, 1975)
Suzy’s New Job (1975) TV episode…. Charles Bingham
Millie’s Beau (1975) TV episode…. Charles Bingham
Suzy’s Wedding (1975) TV episode…. Charles Bingham

« Maude »…. Roy (1 episode, 1974)
Speed Trap (1974) TV episode…. Roy

« One Life to Live » (1968) TV series…. Capt. Ed Hall #1 (1972-1975, 1975-1987, 1988, 2000) (unknown episodes)

« The Mod Squad » (1 episode, 1972)
Kill Gently, Sweet Jessie (1972) TV episode

To Be Young, Gifted, and Black (1972) (TV)

A Fable (1971)…. The Leader
… aka The Slave

My Sweet Charlie (1970) (TV)…. Charles Roberts

Castle Keep (1969)…. Pvt. Allistair Piersall Benjamin

The Lost Man (1969)…. Dennis Lawrence

« Judd for the Defense »…. Jones (1 episode, 1969)
The View from the Ivory Tower (1969) TV episode…. Jones

« The F.B.I. »…. Alan Harmon (1 episode, 1968)
The Enemies (1968) TV episode…. Alan Harmon

Finian’s Rainbow (1968)…. Howard

The Detective (1968)…. Robbie Loughlin

For Pete’s Sake (1968)

« The Edge of Night » (1956) TV series…. Asst. Dist. Atty. Ben Lee (unknown episodes, 1967)
… aka Edge of Night (USA: last season title)

Dutchman (1967)…. Clay

« The Trials of O’Brien » (1 episode, 1966)
The Blue Steel Suite (1966) TV episode

« Slattery’s People »…. Arthur Courtney (1 episode, 1965)
Question: What’s a Swan Song for a Sparrow (1965) TV episode…. Arthur Courtney

« For the People »…. Johnson (1 episode, 1965)
The Right to Kill (1965) TV episode…. Johnson

« The Defenders »…. Charlton White (1 episode, 1965)
Nobody Asks What Side You’re On (1965) TV episode…. Charlton White

Ensign Pulver (1964)…. Taru

The Troublemaker (1964)…. Intern

Black Like Me (1964)…. Thomas Newcomb

Sniper’s Ridge (1961) (as Albert C. Freeman, Jr.)…. Medic Gwathney

« Adventures in Paradise »…. Para (1 episode, 1961)
The Good Killing (1961) TV episode…. Para

« The DuPont Show with June Allyson »…. Taxi Man (1 episode, 1960)
… aka The June Allyson Show
Dark Fear (1960) TV episode…. Taxi Man

This Rebel Breed (1960) (as Al Freeman)…. Satchel
… aka The Black Rebels (USA)
… aka Three Shades of Love (USA: reissue title)

« Bourbon Street Beat »…. Elevator Operator (1 episode, 1959)
– Mrs. Viner Vanishes (1959) TV episode…. Elevator Operator

Torpedo Run (1958) (uncredited)…. Sam Baker

« The Millionaire »…. Houseboy (1 episode, 1958)
… aka If You Had a Million
The Rafe Peterson Story (1958) TV episode…. Houseboy

« Suspicion » (1 episode, 1958)
A Touch of Evil (1958) TV episode

Director:

A Fable (1971)
… aka The Slave

« One Life to Live » (1968) TV series (unknown episodes)

Writer:
Countdown at Kusini (1976) (writer)
… aka Cool Red (USA)

Soundtrack:
Finian’s Rainbow (1968) (performer: « This Time of The Year »)