Judy Lenteen Pace is an African American actress who was the first villainess on television in Pace starred as the tough Vickie Fletcher, a high-powered lawyer on the hit show “Peyton Place.” “Peyton Place” is the only prime-time scripted series eve
Actress Ellen Holly She wrote a letter to the editor of the New York Times in 1968 about what it was like to be a light-skinned black actress. Agnes Nixon, the creator of One Life to Live, read the.
Selah Marley posed with mom Lauryn Hill
Short Layered Hair Idea For Black Women Over 50 Hair styles
LaWanda Page--Sanford and Son--Aunt Esther. I so enjoyed her on the hit sitcom "Sanford & Son". She was hilarious as she called Fred Sanford, "A fish eyed fool".
Tragically, Aida died suddenly on October 1, 1914, at age 34, from kidney failure.
"A Dusky Beauty" says the caption -- What a wonderful shot of her expressive face and proud attitude! Aida Overton Walker, The Vaudeville Actress Who Refused To Be A Stereotype
A one year old Diana Ross with her older sister Barbara Jean “Bobbi” in Farmer Farmer Ellis Ross.
"Judy Pace appeared in blaxploitation movies like “Cool Breeze” and “The Slams.” But she is probably better known for her television work. in quality productions like “Brian’s Song” and as a guest star on hit shows like “Sanford & Son” and “Kung Fu.
was an African American actress who appeared onstage, in films and on television and was the wife - of the late actor Werner Klemperer — Col. Klink on “Hogan’s Heroes.
Black Excellence In History: Hattie McDaniel
The Loew's Grand Theatre on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia, was selected to air the premiere of the film Gone with the Wind in All the black actors, including Academy Award-winner Hattie McDaniel, were barred from attending.
Dick York - Darren Watching Darren on Bewitched as a young boy got me excited about being an art director in advertising. And That is what I spent 30 fun years doing.