CHARLES S. DUTTON (Alcee) has a diverse career as an actor, producer
and director, but while he was filming "Random Hearts" on the streets
of Washington, D.C., cries of "Roc!!!" followed him everywhere he
went. His fame from the television series, which Dutton starred in and produced
for HBO from 1991 through 1994, has stayed with him. As an actor, Dutton's
feature credits include "Cookie's Fortune," the Showtime courtroom
drama "Blind Faith" (for which Dutton received a Screen Actors Guild
Award nomination and an Independent Spirit Award nomination), "Mimic,"
"Get on the Bus," "A Time to Kill," "Cry, the Beloved
Country," "Menace II Society," "Rudy,"
"Alien3," "Mississippi Masala," "Q & A,"
"Crocodile Dundee II" and "No Mercy."
Among his television credits are the miniseries "The 60s" and the
television films "The Piano Lesson" (for which he was the first actor
to be nominated for an Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award for the same part) and
"The Murder of Mary Phagan." He has been nominated for three Image
Awards-for his performances in "Oz," "A Time to Kill,"
"The Piano Lesson" and "Cry, the Beloved Country"-and won a
1993 Image Award for "Roc."
Dutton made his directorial debut in 1997 with the HBO Original Film
"First Time Felon." Most recently, Dutton was nominated for an Emmy
Award for his guest appearance on the television series "Oz." He is
also directing the six-hour HBO miniseries "The Corner" and will next
be seen in the feature film "Detox" opposite Sylvester Stallone as
well as the TNT Original Movie "Deadlock" and the CBS miniseries
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