Roger Robinson

Birth Day May 2nd, 1940
Birth Place Seattle, Washington
Age 83 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Taurus

An American actor who won the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play for the 2009 revival of Joe Turner's Come and Gone is named as Roger Robinson. His feature debut was in Does A Tiger Wear a Necktie? alongside Al Pacino. He was also in the TV series A Man Called Hawk. He was nominated for a Tony Award for August Wilson's Seven Guitars. 

When and Where Roger Robinson Died?

On 26th September 2018, Roger Robinson died at the age of 78 in Escondido, California, the USA. 

Early Life, Family, Birthday, Education, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Wikipedia, Bio of Roger

On 2nd May 1940, Roger Robinson was born in Seattle, Washington, the U.S. His nationality is American. His ethnicity is White and his birth sign is Taurus. His religion is Christian. His other early life background such as education, childhood, parents and more will be updated soon. 

Height, Weight and Other Body Measurement

Roger Robinson is a very handsome person at the old age also. With his charming smile, he attracts a lot of people towards him. His body measurement including his height, weight, dress size, shoe size and more has not been revealed yet and will be updated soon.

How Roger Began His Career?

  • Roger made his Broadway debut in 1969 in Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? opposite Al Pacino.
  • Additional theatre credits include Amen Corner, The Iceman Cometh, and Seven Guitars, which garnered him his first Tony nomination.
  • He then appeared in six of August Wilson's ten plays chronicling African-American life in the 20th century.
  • He was the first African American to receive the Richard Seff Award, presented annually by the Actors' Equity Foundation to an actor fifty years of age or older for his performance in a supporting role in a Broadway or off-Broadway production.
  • He made his role in many films which include Believe in Me (1971), Willie Dynamite (1974), Newman's Law (1974), Meteor (1979), It's My Turn (1980), The Lonely Guy (1984), Who's the Man? (1993), Wedding Daze (2006), and Brother to Brother (2004).
  • The latter won him the LA Outfest Grand Jury Award Outstanding Actor in a Feature Film and a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male.
  • His television credits include the television miniseries King, TV-movie The Marcus-Nelson Murders, which led to a recurring role on Kojak, a regular role on the short-lived Mary Stuart Masterson series Kate Brasher.
  • He made his guest appearances in Ironside, Starsky, and Hutch, The Jeffersons, A Man Called Hawk, Law & Order, New York Undercover, Homicide: Life on the Street, ER, Kojak, and NYPD Blue.
  • On ABC's How to Get Away With Murder, he played Mac Harkness, the father of Viola Davis' Annalise Keating. He also wrote material for Martin Lawrence Presents: 1st Amendment Stand-Up.

Marital Status, Affairs, Children's, Sexual Orientation

Roger is a married person but the information regarding his wife has not revealed yet but will be updated soon. There is no information regarding his children. His sexual orientation is straight. 

Net Worth, Salary and Source of Income

The net worth of this famous movie actor is under review. He was making a good amount of net worth from his career. His exact salary will be updated soon. His major source of income was from his movie acting career.

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