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Anthony Chisholm (actor)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anthony Chisholm (April 9, 1943 – October 16, 2020)[1] was an American actor.

Career

He was a nominated for a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actor in a play, for his role of Elder Joseph Barlow in August Wilson's Radio Golf. He also performed on Broadway in August Wilson's Gem of the Ocean in the role of "Solly Two Kings", and Two Trains Running in the role of "Wolf". He is a winner of both the Drama Desk Award and the Obie Award for August Wilson's Jitney, which enjoyed a ten-month run in New York City. He is also the recipient of the NAACP Theatre Award, the AUDELCO Award, the Ovation Award, and the I.R.N.E. Award.

He also received nominations for the Drama Desk Awards (2), Drama League Award (1), Joseph Jefferson Award (4), Ovation Award (4), NAACP Theatre Awards (2), and AUDELCO Award (2).

He performed internationally in the hit Vietnam play, Tracers, at The Seymour Center, Sydney, Australia; the Universal Theatre, Melbourne, Australia; The Royal Court Theatre, London, England. He also performed Jitney at London's National Theatre on the South Bank winning the Olivier Award for Best New Play.

Chisholm played Burr Redding on the HBO television series Oz for three seasons. He appears in the films Premium Rush and Chi-Raq.

Personal life

He was born and grew up in Cleveland. Chisholm was drafted into the Army in 1964 and served as a platoon leader in Vietnam.[2]

He married Valerie Moore in 1972 which ended in divorce. Chisholm married Gloria Nixon in 1979 which also ended in divorce.[2]

Selected Filmography

References

  1. ^ Beresford, Trilby (16 October 2020). "Anthony Chisholm, Tony-Nominated Stage and Screen Actor, Dies at 77". hollywoodreporter.com. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  2. ^ a b Genzlinger, Neil (20 October 2020). "Anthony Chisholm Dies at 77; Acclaimed in August Wilson Roles". New York Times. Retrieved October 21, 2020.

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