Knowledge Identifier: +Don_Cheadle
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1964.
Countries: United States (73%), United Kingdom (6%), Rwanda (5%)
Linked to: African-American Film Critics Association Awards 2007, East High School, International Rescue Committee, Los Angeles Film Critics Association
In 1990, he appeared in an episode of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" titled "Homeboy, Sweet Homeboy", playing Will Smith's friend and Hilary's first love interest, Ice Tray
He starred in the 1997 film "Volcano", directed by Mick Jackson
Cheadle appeared in NFL commercials promoting the Super Bowl from 2002 to 2005
Terry George - He earned his second Academy *award nomination in 2004 for directing, producing and co-writing "Hotel Rwanda", which starred Don Cheadle and Sophie Okonedo
Paul Rusesabagina - Paul's work is dramatized in the 2004 movie "Hotel Rwanda" in which he is played by Don Cheadle
In 2005, Cheadle was nominated for the Academy award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Paul Rusesabagina in the film "Hotel Rwanda"
In 2007, Cheadle was awarded the BET Humanitarian award of the year for his numerous humanitarian services he rendered for the cause of the people of Darfur and Rwanda
Petey Greene - Greene was portrayed by Don Cheadle in the 2007 film "Talk To Me", which is based on his life and career
Phil Ivey - On the April 15, 2007 airing of NBC's "National Heads-Up Poker Championship", Ivey was defeated by actor Don Cheadle
In 2010, Cheadle assumed the role of James Rhodes in the film "Iron Man 2", replacing Terrence Howard, his "Crash" co-star
House of Lies - Casting announcements began in December 2010, with Don Cheadle as the first actor to be cast, as Marty Kaan, "a highly successful, cut-throat consultant who is never above using any means necessary to get his clients the information they want"
Glynn Turman - In 2012, he began starring in "House of Lies" on Showtime as the father of Don Cheadle's character
In summer 2014, Cheadle directed and starred in the film "Miles Ahead", based on the life of jazz musician Miles Davis
In 2018, Cheadle guest starred in the reboot "Ducktales", providing Donald Duck's new voice box