DELROY LINDO (Dr. Ed "Braz" Brazzelton) was
most recently seen in David Mamet's "Heist." co-starring Gene
Hackman and Danny DeVito, and notably. as Mr. Rose in "The Cider House
Rules." Lindo garnered critical acclaim for his role as Rodney in Spike Lee's
drama, "Clockers" and also
worked with Lee on "Crooklyn" and "Malcolm X." the latter
earning him an NAACP Image Award nomination.
Lindo's impressive filmography also includes such feature
films as "The Last Castle," opposite Robert Redford. "The
One." "Gone in 60 Seconds," opposite Nicolas Cane and Robert
Duvall, "Ransom." for which he received an NAACP Image Award
nomination for his role opposite Mel Gibson, "A Life Less Ordinary."
with Cameron Diaz and Ewan McGregor, "Get Shorty," again with Hackman
and DeVito, along with John Travolta, "Broken Arrow." "Feeling
Minnesota," "Romeo Must Die," "Mr. Jones," "L'Exil
du Roi Behanzin," "The Devil's Advocate," "Bright
Angel." "Mountains of the Moon" and "First Time Felon."
On the small screen. Lindo recently portrayed Ricardo
Thornton in the critically acclaimed CBS drama "Profoundly Normal." He
also starred as Clarence Thomas in the Peabody Award winner. "Strange
Justice." directed by Ernest Dickerson and co-starring Regina Taylor, Louis
Gossett, Jr., Paul Winfield and Mandy Patinkin. and he portrayed baseball legend
Satchel Paige in the stirring sports drama, "Soul of the Game."
On Broadway. Lindo appeared in August Wilson's "Joe
Turner's Come and Gone," for which he received Tony and Drama Desk Award
nominations, "Master Harold and the Boys" (Broadway & National
Tour) and the Kennedy Center and Los Angeles productions of "A Raisin in
the Sun" (Helen Hayes Award Nomination and NAACP Image Award Best Actor).
Lindo has also worked Off-Broadway and extensively in regional theaters
throughout the United States and Canada.
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