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Charles Dutton

Charles Dutton

Charles Dutton

is 63 years old
Born: Tuesday, January 30, 1951
  (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)
Height: 5' 10 1/

Rating
93% (3 votes)

Star Sign:
Aquarius
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Charles Dutton in Against the Ropes (2004)

With a career spanning theater, television and film, CHARLES S. DUTTON (Felix Reynolds) is one of the few actors to earn Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for the same role. Best-known for his performance in the title role of the comedy-drama “Roc,” Dutton also starred in director Robert Altman’s comedy-drama “Cookie’s Fortune,” for which he received an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Some of Dutton’s additional films include “Random Hearts,” co-starring Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas, “D-Tox,” opposite Sylvester Stallone, and “Gothika,” with Halle Berry and Robert Downey Jr.

Dutton earned a B.A. from Towson State University and became active in Baltimore Theater where he performed in such plays as “The Blacks,” “The Great White Hope,” “Of Mice and Men,” “Detective Story” and the world premiere of Eugene Ionesco’s “Man With Bags.” Later, he was accepted to Yale Drama School where his roles included “Othello,” “King Lear” and “Baal.” Also at Yale, he began working with playwright August Wilson and director Lloyd Richards, who became friends and mentors, and after graduation, Dutton moved to New York City, where his relationships with Wilson and Richards led to work with the Yale Repertory Theater.

Dutton made his Broadway debut in August Wilson’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” for which he received a Tony Award nomination. He also appeared in Wilson’s “Joe Turner Come and Gone” and starred in Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “The Piano Lesson,” for which he received his second Tony Award nomination. He later received both Emmy and Golden Globe Award nominations in the CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame adaptation of the play.

Making his directorial debut with “First-Time Felon,” an HBO Original Picture that garnered some of the network’s highest ratings, Dutton also directed the HBO miniseries “The Corner,” hailed by critics as a work of both artistic and social importance. As an actor, Dutton has numerous credits to his impressive filmography, some of which include the critically acclaimed Showtime original feature “Blind Faith,” which earned him SAG and Independent Spirit Award nominations, the Miramax/Dimension Films’ thriller “Mimic,” opposite Mira Sorvino, Spike Lee’s “Get on the Bus,” “A Time to Kill,” “No Mercy,” “Jacknife,” “Crocodile Dundee II,” and “Q & A.” Dutton also starred in “Mississippi Masala,” “Alien 3,” “The Distinguished Gentleman” and “Menace II Society,” as well as “Rudy,” “Surviving the Game,” “A Low Down Dirty Shame,” “Cry, the Beloved Country” and “Nick of Time.”

On television, Dutton starred and executive-produced “Roc,” earning two Image Award nominations and winning the Award for Lead Actor in 1993. He has also appeared in numerous made-for-TV films, including “For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story,” in which he played Dizzy Gillespie, the TNT original movie “Deadlocked,” “10,000 Black Men Named George,” “Conviction” and most recently, “D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear,” in which he portrayed the real-life Chief Charles Moose.

In addition to his most recent television work, Dutton appeared in the NBC miniseries “The ‘60s” and starred with Jack Lemmon in the Emmy Award-winning miniseries “The Murder of Mary Phagan.” He also served as executive-producer of the HBO Limited Series “Laurel Avenue” and starred in Nickelodeon’s “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” Finally, Dutton appeared in “Zooman,” a Showtime “Center Piece” film, and in one of the cable industry’s “Voices Against Violence” contributions.

Dutton currently divides his time between his native Baltimore, Maryland, and Los Angeles.

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Charles Dutton

 appeared in following movies:
Legion (2010) [Post-production] Percy Walker
Express, The (2008) 80% (7 votes) Willie Pops Davis
Racing for Time (2008) Lt. Stack
Third Nail, The (2008) Sydney
Honeydripper (2007) 80% (5 votes) Maceo
Mayday (2005) Admiral Randolf Hennings
L.A. Riot Spectacular, The (2005) 59% (1 votes) The Mayor
Secret Window (2004) dvd62% (281 votes) Ken Karsch
Against the Ropes (2004) dvd51% (18 votes) Felix Reynolds
House M.D.: Euphoria: Part 2 (2004) Rodney Foreman
Something the Lord Made (2004) dvd90% (17 votes) William Thomas
Gothika (2003) dvd52% (198 votes) Dr. Douglas Grey
D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear (2003) 59% (2 votes) Chief Charles Moose
10,000 Black Men Named George (2002) dvd Webster
Conviction (2002) dvd McGill
D-Tox (2002) dvd47% (51 votes) Hendricks
Deadlocked (2000) 70% (1 votes) Jacob Doyle
For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story (2000) dvd64% (3 votes) Dizzy Gillespie
Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (1999) 50% (3 votes) Mayor Lincoln
Cookie's Fortune (1999) dvd66% (53 votes) Willis Richland
Random Hearts (1999) dvd42% (66 votes) Alcee
'60s, The (1999) 62% (7 votes) Reverend Willie Taylor
Black Dog (1998) dvd42% (18 votes) Agent Ford
Blind Faith (1998) 58% (1 votes) Charles Williams
True Women (1997) 70% (5 votes) Josiah
Mimic (1997) dvd52% (69 votes) Leonard
Get on the Bus (1996) dvd70% (12 votes) George
Time to Kill, A (1996) dvd54% (172 votes) Sheriff Ozzie Walls
Piano Lesson, The (1995) dvd Boy Willie
    • Nominated for Emmy - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special 1995
    • Nominated for Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV 1996
Cry, the Beloved Country (1995) 70% (4 votes) John Kumalo
Nick of Time (1995) dvd53% (95 votes) Huey
Foreign Student (1994) Howlin' Wolf
Jack Reed: A Search for Justice (1994) dvd Charles Silvera
Low Down Dirty Shame, A (1994) dvd51% (7 votes) Rothmiller
Surviving the Game (1994) dvd48% (14 votes) Walter Cole
Rudy (1993) dvd64% (69 votes) Fortune
Matter of Justice, A (1993)
Alien 3 (1992) dvd70% (731 votes) Dillon
Distinguished Gentleman, The (1992) dvd51% (43 votes) Elijah Hawkins
Mississippi Masala (1991) dvd66% (9 votes) Tyrone
Q & A (1990) dvd66% (8 votes) Homicide Detective Sam Chapman
Jacknife (1989) 70% (8 votes) Jake, Veteran Encounter Group
Crocodile Dundee II (1988) dvd42% (80 votes) Leroy
Murder of Mary Phagan, The (1988) 74% (1 votes) Jim Conley
Apology (1986) 56% (1 votes) Asst. District Attorney

 
 Directing - 

Charles Dutton

 worked as director on following movies:
Under (2008)
Racing for Time (2008)
Against the Ropes (2004) dvd51% (18 votes)
First-Time Felon (1997) 70% (3 votes)

 Appeared as Himself
55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2003) Himself - Co-presenter
Making of 'Alien³', The (2003) 90% (1 votes) Himself
Making of 'Alien 3', The (1992) Himself




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