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Raymond St. Jacques

Raymond St. Jacques

Born: 1 / 3 / 1930 , Hartford , Usa – 27 Aout 1990 Los Angeles


After appearing in bit parts on television in the early 1960s, St. Jacques made his film debut in the 1964 film Black Like Me. He followed with a role in The Pawnbroker later that year. In 1968, he appeared in a supporting role in The Green Berets. His best known film roles were that of Coffin Ed in the blaxploitation classics Cotton Comes to Harlem (1970) and Come Back, Charleston Blue (1972). In the early 1970s, St. Jacques began teaching fencing and acting at Mafundi Institute in Watts, Los Angeles.

In 1973, he produced, directed and starred in the crime film Book of Numbers.[2] During the 1960s, St. Jacques also guest starred on numerous television shows including East Side/West Side, Daktari, The Virginian and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.. In 1965, he was cast as “Simon Blake” in the Western series Rawhide. St Jacques was the first African American actor to ever be cast as a regular on a prime time Western series.

Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, St. Jacques continued with roles on stage, film and television. He became known as “The Man of a Thousand Faces” due to the varied parts he played throughout his career.



MORE MOVIE WITH: Raymond St. Jacques

Voodoo Blood
Play: Claude

Play: Frederick Douglass

the Wild Pair
Play: Ivory

the Baron
Play: Peter

Book of Numbers
Play: Blueboy Harris

Cool Breeze
Play: Bill Mercer

the Final Comedown
Play: Imir

Come Back Charleston Blue
Play: Coffin Ed Johnson

Cotton comes to Harlem
Play: Coffin Ed Johnson

Change of Mind
Play: David Rowe

Play: B.G.

If He Hollers, Let Him Go!
Play: James Lake

Black Like Me
Play: Vendeur

SERIES TV WITH: Raymond St. Jacques

Play: The Drummer

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