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Moses Gunn
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Actor
    (October 2, 1929-December 16, 1993)
    Born in St. Louis, Missouri
    Films include ‘The Great White Hope,’ ‘Shaft (1971),’ ‘Shaft’s Big Score,’ ‘The Iceman Cometh (1973),’ ‘Ragtime’ (included an NAACP award), ‘The NeverEnding Story,’‘Heartbreak Ridge,’ and ‘Bates Motel’
    Kintango on ‘Roots’
    TV guest appearances include Kung Fu (‘The Stone’), Good Times, ‘Highway to Heaven,’ and Homicide: Life on the Street (final appearance)
    Co-founder of ‘Negro Ensemble Company’ in 1960s
    On the death of his mother, when he was 12, he left home and rode the railroad.
    Despite both actors appearing in two different series, he never shared a scene with John Amos in either.
    He was slated to play the role of a judge in ‘The Stand’ (a 1994 miniseries; the role eventually went to Ossie Davis).
    He did a three-year stint in the U.S. Army.
    He did not officially become an actor until his early 30s.
    In two separate appearances on The Cosby Show, he played two different characters.
    His one marriage, for the final 27 years of his life, bore him one son (though his wife already had a daughter at the time).

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