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Hall, Albert (1937–)

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Title: Hall, Albert (1937–)

HALL, ALBERT (1937–). Actor. He was born in Boothton , Alabama , and began his entertainment career performing with the Richmond Sheppard Mime Troup. He made his TV debut in the 1973 season of the daytime soap opera One Life to Live , and his film debut was as a background detective in Cotton Comes to Harlem , 1970. His major screen roles include Apocalypse Now , 1979; Malcolm X , 1992; and Ali , 2001. On television, he portrayed baseball great Hank Aaron in The Tiger Woods Story , 1998; NAACP leader Roy Wilkins in Path to War , 2002; and had recurring roles on the series Ally McBeal and 24 .

Filmography: Cotton Comes to Harlem , 1970; Willie Dynamite 1974; Leadbelly , 1976; The Bermuda Triangle , 1979; Apocalypse Now , 1979; Ryan’s Four , 1983; Trouble in Miami , 1985; Betrayed , 1988; The Fabulous Baker Boys , 1989; Music Box , 1989; Malcolm X , 1992; Rookie of the Year , 1993; Major Payne , 1995; Devil in a Blue Dress , 1995; The Great White Hype , 1996; Courage under Fire , 1996; Get on the Bus , 1996; Beloved , 1998; Ali , 2001.

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