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Name  Jerome Bates

Role  Actor
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Born  July 20, 1954 (age 61) (1954-07-20) Augusta, Georgia, USA
Occupation  Actor - TV, Film and Theater
Movies  Tio Papi, Shaft, Rick, It Runs in the Family, The Narrows
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Jerome Preston Bates (born July 20, 1954) is an American theater, film and television actor, director and playwright.

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Bates was born in Augusta, Georgia. The family moved to the New York/New Jersey area when he was six but returned to Georgia when Bates began high school.

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Broadway

August Wilson's Jitney, Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Manhattan Theater Club, Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play), Stick Fly, Directed by Kenny Leon (Lyceum Theatre); August Wilson's Seven Guitars, Directed by Lloyd Richards (Walter Kerr Theatre).

Off-Broadway

Beckett Theatre, Abingdon Theatre, The Public Theater, Circle Repertory Company, The Negro Ensemble Company, New Federal Theatre. Regional: Floyd Barton in Seven Guitars opposite Viola Davis (world premiere, Goodman Theatre); Fences (Denver Center Theatre Company); King Lear (Folger Theatre); Yale Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Wilma Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Centerstage, Hartford Stage, Peoples’ Light & Theatre Company, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Philadelphia Drama Guild.

TV/Film

Oz, All My Children, Law & Order, Third Watch, Lights Out, NYPD Blue, New York Undercover, Shaft 2000, Musical Chairs, It Runs in the Family, The Out-of-Towners, Tio Papi, Peeples, Romeo and Juliet in Harlem.

Directing

The entire August Wilson Century Cycle (Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, GA), Oedipus Rex (Times Square Arts Center).

Awards

Six Audelco Awards, including Herald Loomis in Joe Turner’s Come and Gone; Carter G. Woodson Award.

Authorship: Electric Lady, Augusta Brown, Mr. Unemployed, Jimi Hendrix (screenplay).

Training: LAMDA (London, UK), HB Studio, University of Tennessee, Knoxville College.

He has been on several Law & Order shows and he also played a corrections officer on the HBO series Oz.

On November 5, 2007, Bates took over the role of Derek Frye on the ABC soap opera, All My Children, the third actor to play that character.

References

Jerome Preston Bates Wikipedia


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