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ERNIE HUDSON

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Ernie Hudson

Ernie Hudson


Born: 17 / 12 / 1945 , Benton Harbor, Michigan , Usa –

BIOGRAPHY:

Hudson was born in Benton Harbor, Michigan. He never knew his father. His mother, Maggie Donald, died of tuberculosis when he was two months old. He was subsequently raised by his maternal grandmother, Arrana Donald.

Hudson joined the United States Marine Corps straight from High School, dismissed after only three months due to asthma, before he moved to Detroit, Michigan. He became the resident playwright at Concept East, the oldest black theatre company in the U.S. He enrolled at Wayne State University to further develop his writing and acting skills. He established the Actors’ Ensemble Theatre where he and other talented young black writers directed and appeared in their own works. Later, he enrolled and subsequently graduated from Yale School of Drama.

In an interview with Belief.net, Hudson stated that he is a practicing Christian, but does not believe that “one church is the right one.

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INTERVIEW:

MORE MOVIE WITH: Ernie Hudson



Turning Point
(2012)
Play:



Pastor Brown
(2009)
Play: Deacon Harold Todd



Hood of Horror
(2006)
Play: Roscoe



Lackawanna Blues
(2005)
Play: Dick Barrymore



Never 2 Big (Butter)
(1998)
Play: Curtis ‘8-Ball’ Harris



Fakin’ Da Funk
(1997)
Play: Joe Lee



Sugar Hill
(1993)
Play: Lolly Jonas



Penitentiary 2
(1982)
Play: Half Dead



the Human Tornado
(1976)
Play: Bo




SERIES TV WITH: Ernie Hudson


Lets Stay Together
Let’s Stay Together
(2011)
Play: Anthony


Oz
Oz
(1997)
Play: Warden Leo Glynn


the Gregory Hines Show
the Gregory Hines Show
(1997)
Play: Jack


Roots: The Next Generations
Racines 2: Les nouvelles generations
(1979)
Play: Musulman


Racines
Roots
(1977)
Play: Muslim


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