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Other Works

  • (1999) TV commercial for Save the Children's "Be a Mentor" program.
  • (1990) Played Petruchio in the New York Shakespeare Festival production of "The Taming of the Shrew".
  • (2002) Public Service Announcement (PSA) TV commercial for USA CORPS.
  • (April 2002) Appeared in music video "Waitin' on Joe" by Steve Azar.
  • (1974) TV commercial for McDonald's.
  • (1971 - 1977) Was a regular on TV's family show The Electric Company (1971) from.
  • Appeared in TV commercial for University of Mississippi at Oxford, Mississippi.
  • (2005) TV commercial for St. Judes Children Hospital.
  • (1982 - 1984) Appeared as "Roy Bingham" on the hit soap Another World (1964).
  • (2006) TV commercial for Visa cards for the 2008 Summer Olympics (voiceover).
  • (April 2008) Played "Frank Elgin" in "The Country Girl", a play by Clifford Odets, on Broadway at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (2009) TV commercial, "More people Go with Visa," for Visa cards (voiceover).
  • (2009) TV commercial for the 2010 Winter Olympics Visa credit card sponsor. (Canada) (voiceover).
  • (2010) Prints ads for the Give Health a Hand PA campaign in conjunction with the AARP and the Entertainment Industry Foundation.
  • (1973) TV commercial for Listerine mouthwash.
  • (2012) TV commercial for "RebuildingTogether.org".
  • (2008) Video: "Precious Cargo" for release of the book "Precious Cargo" written by Clyde Ford - Narrator.
  • (September 19, 2011) "8," special benefit original drama; written by Dustin Lance Black; directed by Joe Mantello; with Bob Balaban (portraying Judge Vaughn Walker); Ellen Barkin (portraying Sandy Stier); Matt Bomer (portraying Jeff Zarillo); Campbell Brown (portraying Broadcast Journalist); Anthony Edwards (portraying Dr. Ilan Meyer); Morgan Freeman (portraying David Boies); Cheyenne Jackson (portraying Paul Katami); Jay Armstrong (portraying Johnson Spencer); Larry Kramer (portraying Evan Wolfson); Christine Lahti (portraying Kris Perry); John Lithgow (portraying Theodore B. Olson); Rory O'Malley (portraying Ryan Kendall); Rob Reiner (portraying David Blankenhorn); Ben Rosenfield (portraying Elliott); Yeardley Smith (portraying Dr. Nancy Cott); and Bradley Whitford (portraying Charles Cooper) in the cast; on Broadway at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (1 performance).
  • (April 12, 1978 - April 23, 1978) "The Mighty Gents," original drama; written by Richard Wesley; incidental music by Peter Link; produced by James Lipton; directed by Harold Scott; with Dorian Harewood (portraying Frankie); Howard E. Rollins Jr. (portraying Braxton); Morgan Freeman (portraying Zeke); Robinson Frank Adu (portraying Father); Starletta DuPois (portraying Rita); Richard Gant (portraying Eldridge); Brent Jennings (portraying Tiny); and Mansoor Najee-ullah (as Mansoor Najee-Ullah) (portraying Lucky) in the cast; on Broadway at the Ambassador Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (16 total performances, including 7 previews beginning April 12, 1978)
  • (Early 1987) He acted in the play, "The Gospel at Colonnus," at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota with Janice Steele and Jevetta Steele in the cast. Lee Breuer directed and adapted from Robert Fitzgerald's translation of the play, "Oedipus At Colonus." J.D Steele (conductor). Alison Yerxa was set designer. Ghretta Hynd was costume designer. Julie Archer was lighting designer. Bob Telson was composer and music director.

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