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Jack Lemmon
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Robert Altman
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Glenn Close
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August Wilson
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Charles S. Dutton

Knowledge Identifier: +Charles_S._Dutton

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Charles S. Dutton

American stage, film, and television actor and director add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1951.

Countries: United States (84%), (16%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: The Corner, Lee Breuer, Patricia Neal

Linked to: Fox Broadcasting Company, Towson University, Yale School of Drama, CBS

 

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Charles S. Dutton was born in 1951 add something


1984

In 1984, Dutton made his Broadway debut in August Wilson's "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom", winning a Theatre World Award and a Tony Award nomination for Best Actor add something


1988

In 1988, Dutton played a killer in the television miniseries "The Murder of Mary Phagan" opposite Jack Lemmon and Kevin Spacey add something


1989

He was married to actress Debbi Morgan in 1989, but the couple divorced in 1994 add something


1991

From 1991-1994, he starred in the Fox television series "Roc" add something


1993

Dutton co-starred in "Alien 3", the debut film of director David Fincher, co-starred in 1993's "Rudy" add something


1995

Nick of Time (film) - "'Nick of Time"', starring Johnny Depp, Christopher Walken, Charles S. Dutton and Courtney Chase, is a 1995 political thriller film


1999

He was previously nominated in 1999, for his guest-starring role as Alvah Case in the HBO prison drama "Oz" in its second season premiere episode add something

 

Cookie's Fortune - "'Cookie's Fortune"' is a 1999 criminal comedy film directed by Robert Altman and starring an ensemble cast, including Glenn Close, Julianne Moore, Liv Tyler, Patricia Neal, Charles S. Dutton and Chris O'Donnell


2000

In 2000, Dutton directed the HBO miniseries "The Corner" add something

 

"The Corner" won several Emmys in 2000, including Best Miniseries add something


 

Dutton won Outstanding Guest Actor Emmy awards in 2002 and 2003 for his roles in "The Practice" and "Without a Trace" add something


2004

Lee Breuer - It was recreated for the 70th Anniversary of New York's legendary Apollo Theater for two weeks in the fall of 2004 starring Charles S. Dutton and Jevetta Steele


2005

He co-starred in the popular but short-lived 2005 CBS science fiction series, "Threshold" add something


2007

He appeared in the 2007 film "Honeydripper" add something

 

On 9 October 2007, HBO announced that it has arranged a deal with Dutton where he will develop, direct and star in series and movies for the network add something

 

Chelcie Ross - In 2007, Ross appeared, along with Sean Astin and Charles S. Dutton, in an episode of "My Name Is Earl" that was an homage to the film "Rudy"


2013

On 14 February 2013 Dutton returned to TV in "Zero Hour" playing the role of a priest add something

 

The film is set to be released on October 8, 2013 add something