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D’URVILLE MARTIN

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D’URVILLE MARTIN
 


D'Urville Martin

D’Urville Martin


Born: 11 / 2 / 1939 , New York , Usa – 28/05/1984

BIOGRAPHY:

D’Urville Martin was a key important, prolific and hugely engaging supporting actor who appeared with pleasing regularity in a handful of delightfully down’n’dirty 70s blaxploitation features. Martin was born on February 11, 1939 in New York City.

D’Urville first began acting in the mid 60s. He soon became a principal recurring figure in the 70s blaxploitation cinema cycle. Martin acted in several movies with legendary blaxploitation icon Fred “The Hammer” Williamson; he was especially memorable as Williamson’s reluctant partner Toby in the “Black Charley” pictures and old childhood chum Reverand Rufus in both the terrific “Black Caesar” and its solid sequel “Hell Up in Harlem.”






INTERVIEW:

MORE MOVIE WITH: D’Urville Martin



the Big Score
(1983)
Play: Easy



Black Samurai
(1977)
Play:



Disco 9000
(1977)
Play: Stuffman



Blind Rage
(1976)
Play: Willie Black



Death Journey
(1976)
Play: Detective Don



Dolemite
(1975)
Play: Willie Green



Boss Nigger
(1975)
Play: Amos



Sheba Baby
(1975)
Play: Pilote



The Zebra Killer
(1974)
Play: The Pimp



Black Caesar
(1973)
Play: Reverend Rufus



Hell up in Harlem
(1973)
Play: Reverend Rufus



Five on the black hand side
(1973)
Play: Booker T.



Book of Numbers
(1973)
Play: Billy Bowlegs



Hammer
(1972)
Play: Sonny



the Soul of Nigger Charley
(1972)
Play: Toby



the Final Comedown
(1972)
Play: Billy Joe Ashley



Watermelon Man
(1970)
Play: Chauffeur de Bus



Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
(1967)
Play: Frankie



Black Like Me
(1964)
Play:




SERIES TV WITH: D’Urville Martin


The Cosby Show
The Cosby Show
(1984)
Play: Male Attendant


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