Vondie Curtis-Hall

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Birth Name: Vondie Curtis-Hall
Born: 09/30/1956
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, USA

After bit roles in "Shakedown" and "Coming to America" (both 1988), Curtis Hall earned larger roles in Jim Jarmusch's "Mystery Train" and "Black Rain" (both 1989). But it was not until 1992 that he made an impact in John Sayles' "Passion Fish". In 1994, Curtis Hall graduated to a leading role in "DROP Squad", which co-starred his wife Kasi Lemmons, and played supporting parts in "Sugar Hill" and Spike Lee's "Crooklyn". He next supported John Travolta and Christian Slater in "Broken Arrow", Alec Baldwin in "Heaven's Prisoners" and Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes in "William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet" (all 1996). Also in 1996, Curtis Hall wrote and directed his first feature, the dark ... Continue Bio >>

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