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Delroy Lindo
Delroy Lindo cropped.jpg
Lindo in 2008
Born
Delroy George Lindo[1]

(1952-11-18) 18 November 1952 (age 67)
Lewisham, London, England
Alma materAmerican Conservatory Theater
OccupationActor, theatre director
Years active1976–present
Spouse(s)Nashormeh Lindo[2]

Delroy George Lindo (born 18 November 1952) is an English actor and theatre director. He has been nominated for Tony[3] and Screen Actors Guild awards and has won a Satellite Award.

Lindo has played prominent roles in four Spike Lee films: West Indian Archie in Malcolm X (1992), Woody Carmichael in Crooklyn (1994), Rodney Little in Clockers (1995), and Paul in Da 5 Bloods (2020). Lindo also played Catlett in Get Shorty (1995), Arthur Rose in The Cider House Rules (1999), and Detective Castlebeck in Gone in 60 Seconds (2000). Lindo starred as Alderman Ronin Gibbons in the TV series The Chicago Code (2011), as Winter on the series Believe (2014), and currently stars as Adrian Boseman in The Good Fight (2017–present).

Early life

Delroy Lindo was born in 1952 in Lewisham, south east London,[4] the son of Jamaican parents who had emigrated to Britain. Lindo grew up in nearby Eltham, and became interested in acting as a child when he appeared in a nativity play at school. His mother was a nurse and his father worked in various jobs.[5] As a teenager, he and his mother moved to Toronto, Ontario, Canada. When he was sixteen, they moved to San Francisco.[6] At the age of 24, Lindo started acting studies at the American Conservatory Theater, graduating in 1979.[7]

Career

Lindo's film debut came in 1976 with the Canadian John Candy comedy Find the Lady, followed by two other roles in films, including an Army Sergeant in More American Graffiti (1979).

He stopped his film career for 10 years to concentrate on theatre acting. In 1982 he debuted on Broadway in "Master Harold"...and the Boys, directed by the play's South African author Athol Fugard. By 1988 Lindo had earned a Tony nomination for his portrayal of Herald Loomis in August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone.

Lindo returned to film in the 1990s, acting alongside Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen in the science fiction film Salute of the Jugger (1990), which has become a cult classic. Although he had turned down Spike Lee for a role in Do the Right Thing, Lee cast him as Woody Carmichael in the drama Crooklyn (1994), which brought him notice. Together with his other roles with Lee - as the West Indian Archie, a psychotic gangster, in Malcolm X, and a starring role as a neighbourhood drug dealer in Clockers - he became established in his film career.

Other films in which he has starring roles are Barry Sonnenfeld's Get Shorty (1995), Ron Howard's Ransom (1996) and Soul of the Game (1996), as the baseball player Satchel Paige.

In 1998 Lindo co-starred as African-American explorer Matthew Henson, in the TV film Glory & Honor, directed by Kevin Hooks. It portrayed his nearly 20-year partnership with Commander Robert Peary in Arctic exploration and their effort to find the Geographic North Pole in 1909. He received a Satellite Award for best actor. Lindo has continued to work in television and in 2006 was seen on the short-lived NBC drama Kidnapped.

Lindo had a small role in the 1995 film Congo, playing the corrupt Captain Wanta. Lindo was not credited for the role. Lindo played an angel in the comedy film A Life Less Ordinary (1997).

He guest-starred on The Simpsons in the episode "Brawl in the Family", playing a character named Gabriel.

In the British film, Wondrous Oblivion (2003), directed by Paul Morrison, he starred as Dennis Samuels, the father of a Jamaican immigrant family in London in the 1950s; he coaches his children and the son of a neighbour Jewish family in cricket, earning their admiration in a time of strained social relations. Lindo said he made the film in honour of his parents, who had similarly moved to London in those years.[6]

In 2007, Lindo began an association with Berkeley Repertory Theatre in Berkeley, California, when he directed Tanya Barfield's play The Blue Door. In the autumn of 2008, Lindo revisited August Wilson's play, Joe Turner's Come and Gone, directing a production at the Berkeley Rep. In 2010, he played the role of elderly seer Bynum in David Lan's production of Joe Turner at the Young Vic Theatre in London.

As of 2015, Lindo was expected to play Marcus Garvey in a biopic of the black nationalist historical figure that had been in pre-production for several years.[8][9][10]

Work

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1976 Find the Lady Sam
1979 More American Graffiti Army Sergeant
1990 The Blood of Heroes Mbulu
Mountains of the Moon Mabruki
Bright Angel Harley
1991 The Hard Way Captain Brix, NYPD
1992 Malcolm X West Indian Archie
1993 Blood In Blood Out Bonafide
Mr. Jones Howard
1994 L'exil du roi Behanzin Behanzin
Crooklyn Woody Carmichael
1995 Clockers Rodney Little
Congo Captain Wanta Uncredited
Get Shorty Bo Catlett
1996 Ransom Agent Lonnie Hawkins
Broken Arrow Colonel Max Wilkins
Feeling Minnesota Red
1997 A Life Less Ordinary Jackson
The Devil's Advocate Phillipe Moyez Uncredited
1999 Pros & Cons Kyle Pettibone
The Cider House Rules Arthur Rose
2000 The Book of Stars Professor
Gone in 60 Seconds Det. Roland Castlebeck
Romeo Must Die Isaak O'Day
2001 The One MVA Agent Harry Roedecker
Heist Bobby "Bob" Blane
The Last Castle Gen. Wheeler
2003 The Core Dr. Ed "Braz" Brazzleton
Wondrous Oblivion Dennis Samuel
2005 Domino Claremont Williams
Sahara Carl
2007 This Christmas Joseph "Joe" Black
2009 Up Beta (voice)
2011 The Big Bang Skeres
2014 Cymbeline Belarius
2015 Do You Believe? Malachi
Point Break Instructor Hall
2017 Battlecreek Arthur
2018 Malicious Dr. Clark
2020 Da 5 Bloods Paul
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Television

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Beauty and the Beast Isaac Stubbs 2 episodes
1989 A Man Called Hawk Mark Slater Episode: "Vendetta"
Perfect Witness Berger Television film
1991 Against the Law Ben Episode: "Hoops"
1996 Soul of the Game Satchel Paige Television film
1997 First Time Felon Calhoun Television film
1998 Glory & Honor Mathew Henson Television film
2002 The Simpsons Gabriel Voice; Episode: "Brawl in the Family"
2003 Profoundly Normal Ricardo Thornton Television film
2005 Lackawanna Blues Mr. Lucious Television film
2006–07 Kidnapped Latimer King Main cast; Season 1
2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Detective Victor Moran Episode: "Baggage"
Mercy Dr. Alfred Parks Episode: "Can We Get That Drink Now?"
2011 The Chicago Code Alderman Ronin Gibbons Main cast; Season 1
2013 Robot Chicken Dopey Smurf / Scorpion Cashier Voice; Episode: "Papercut to Aorta"
2014 Believe Dr. Milton Winter Main cast; 13 episodes
2015 Blood & Oil Tip Harrison Main cast; 10 episodes
2016 Marvel's Most Wanted Dominic Fortune Unaired pilot
2017–20 The Good Fight Adrian Boseman Main cast; 39 episodes
2017 This Is Us Judge Ernest Bradley Episode: "The Most Disappointed Man"

Theatre

Year Title Role Theatre
1975–76 Of Mice and Men Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
1979 Spell Number 7 Performer Negro Ensemble Company
1981–82 Macbeth Performer Cincinnati Playhouse
1982–83 "Master Harold"...and the Boys Willie Lyceum Theatre
1983–84 Home Cephus Miles Hartford Stage Company
A Lesson from Aloes Performer Virginia Stage Company
1983–86 A Raisin in the Sun Walter Lee Younger Yale Repertory Theatre[11]
Roundabout Theatre Company[12]
1984–85 The Black Branch Eli Crooner Actors Theatre of Louisville
Advice to the Players Robert Obosa
1985 Much Ado About Nothing Friar Francis Shakespeare & Company
1985–86 Union Boys Performer Yale Repertory Theatre
1986–88 Joe Turner's Come and Gone Herald Loomis Huntington Theatre Company
Old Globe Theatre
Ethel Barrymore Theatre
1988–89 Cobb Oscar Charleston Yale Repertory Theatre
1989–90 Miss Evers' Boys Caleb Humphries Center Stage
1990–91 Julius Caesar Caius Cassius Center Theatre Group
1992–93 Othello Othello Great Lakes Theater
1993 The Heliotrope Bouqet by
Scott Joplin & Louis Chauvin
Scott Joplin Playwrights Horizons' Theatre
1998 Othello Othello Actors Theatre of Louisville
2008 Agamemnon Agamemnon Getty Villa
2009 Things of Dry Hours Tice Hogan New York Theatre Workshop
2012 The Exonerated Delbert Tibbs Bleecker Street Theater

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1988 Tony Award Best Featured Actor in a Play Joe Turner's Come and Gone Nominated
1988 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Nominated
1992 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Malcolm X Nominated
1992 National Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actor Nominated
1995 Chicago Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Clockers Nominated
1995 National Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actor Nominated
1995 Get Shorty Nominated
1995 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
1996 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Ransom Nominated
1996 Outstanding Actor in a Television Movie Soul of the Game Nominated
1998 Satellite Award Best Actor - Miniseries of Television Movie Glory & Honor Won
1999 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actor The Cider House Rules Nominated
1999 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
2009 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Law and Order: SVU Won
2017 Critics' Choice Television Award Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series The Good Fight Nominated
2020 Hollywood Critics Association Midseason Award Best Actor Da 5 Bloods Won

References

  1. ^ Births, Marriages & Deaths Index of England & Wales, 1916-2005.
  2. ^ "Delroy Lindo". Ebony. August 2002. p. 150.
  3. ^ IBDB Person Awards Archived 2012-10-22 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Aaliyah 'Best Video' Acceptance Speech 2002 - MOBO". Mobo Awards, Channel 4, YouTube.
  5. ^ Are these the 5 best actors in America? from Ebony
  6. ^ a b "It's not just cricket", The Age, 30 May 2004, accessed 27 September 2014.
  7. ^ "Delroy Lindo", TV Guide
  8. ^ Rao, Sameer. "Delroy Lindo to Star as Marcus Garvey in Upcoming Biopic". Colorlines. Retrieved 2015-12-21.
  9. ^ MARCUS GARVEY BIOPIC SET TO BE RELEASED IN 2017 The Source, MARCH 7, 2016
  10. ^ Popular US actor Delroy Lindo to star as Marcus Garvey in a new biopic The Jamaica Star, December 4, 2015
  11. ^ Gussow, Mel. "Stage—"A Raisin In the Sun" at Yale". Retrieved 2016-03-17.
  12. ^ Richards, David. "Shining "Raisin' In the Sun"". Retrieved 2016-03-17.

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