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- It is with heavy hearts that we report television actor & theater great #EarleHyman passed away late evening November 16th, 2017, at the age of 91. #Hyman was born October 11th, 1926 in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, of African-American & Native American ancestry. Hyman’s parents, Zachariah Hyman (Tuscarora) & Maria Lilly Plummer (Haliwa-Saponi/Nottoway), moved their family to Brooklyn, New York, where Hyman primarily grew up. Hyman would go on to make his Broadway stage debut as a teenager in 1943 in Run, Little Chillun, & later joined the #AmericanNegroTheater. The following year, Hyman began a 2-year run playing the role of Rudolf on #Broadway in Anna Lucasta, starring Hilda Simms in the title role. He became a charter member of the #AmericanShakespeareTheatre beginning with its first season in 1955 & played the role of Othello in the 1957 season. Throughout his career, he continued to take on challenging characters playing side by side with great likes Andy Griffith (No Time for Sergeants 1958) & Luther Adler (The Merchants of Venice 1973). It was in 1980 when Hyman would get his shot at the lead, playing Oscar in The Lady from Dubuque, earning a #TonyAward Nomination for Best Featured Actor. His career on Broadway would span nearly 50 years with a total of 16 productions to his name with his work earning him a #TheaterWorldAward in 1965, & the 1988 St. Olav Award for his work in Norweigan Theater, a language for which he is also fluent. In the television world his career spanned nearly 60 years with his first credited work being Look up & Live in 1954; Throughout the years he would continue playing various small screen roles including adaptions of Macbeth (1968), Julius Caesar (1979), & Coriolanus (1979). However, He is best known for his role on the #iconic #sitcom #TheCosbyShow, where he played Russell #Huxtable, father to #HeathcliffeHuxtable played by #BillCosby. His work garnered him a 1986 #PrimetimeEmmy nomination for “Outstanding Guest Performer in a Comedy Series.” During this time, he also did work for the animated series “Thundercats,” where he played the voice of Pantho for five seasons.
- It is with heavy hearts that we report television actor & theater great #EarleHyman  passed away late evening November 16th, 2017, at the age of 91. #Hyman was born October 11th, 1926 in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, of African-American & Native American ancestry. Hyman’s parents, Zachariah Hyman (Tuscarora) & Maria Lilly Plummer (Haliwa-Saponi/Nottoway), moved their family to Brooklyn, New York, where Hyman primarily grew up. Hyman would go on to make his Broadway stage debut as a teenager in 1943 in Run, Little Chillun, & later joined the #AmericanNegroTheater . The following year, Hyman began a 2-year run playing the role of Rudolf on #Broadway in Anna Lucasta, starring Hilda Simms in the title role. He became a charter member of the #AmericanShakespeareTheatre  beginning with its first season in 1955 & played the role of Othello in the 1957 season. Throughout his career, he continued to take on challenging characters playing side by side with great likes Andy Griffith (No Time for Sergeants 1958) & Luther Adler (The Merchants of Venice 1973). It was in 1980 when Hyman would get his shot at the lead, playing Oscar in The Lady from Dubuque, earning a #TonyAward Nomination for Best Featured Actor. His career on Broadway would span nearly 50 years with a total of 16 productions to his name with his work earning him a #TheaterWorldAward in 1965, & the 1988 St. Olav Award for his work in Norweigan Theater, a language for which he is also fluent. In the television world his career spanned nearly 60 years with his first credited work being Look up & Live in 1954; Throughout the years he would continue playing various small screen roles including adaptions of Macbeth (1968), Julius Caesar (1979), & Coriolanus (1979). However, He is best known for his role on the #iconic #sitcom #TheCosbyShow , where he played Russell #Huxtable , father to #HeathcliffeHuxtable played by #BillCosby . His work garnered him a 1986 #PrimetimeEmmy nomination for “Outstanding Guest Performer in a Comedy Series.” During this time, he also did work for the animated series “Thundercats,” where he played the voice of Pantho for five seasons.
- It is with heavy hearts that we report television actor & theater great #EarleHyman passed away late evening November 16th, 2017, at the age of 91. #Hyman was born October 11th, 1926 in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, of African-American & Native American ancestry. Hyman’s parents, Zachariah Hyman (Tuscarora) & Maria Lilly Plummer (Haliwa-Saponi/Nottoway), moved their family to Brooklyn, New York, where Hyman primarily grew up. Hyman would go on to make his Broadway stage debut as a teenager in 1943 in Run, Little Chillun, & later joined the #AmericanNegroTheater. The following year, Hyman began a 2-year run playing the role of Rudolf on #Broadway in Anna Lucasta, starring Hilda Simms in the title role. He became a charter member of the #AmericanShakespeareTheatre beginning with its first season in 1955 & played the role of Othello in the 1957 season. Throughout his career, he continued to take on challenging characters playing side by side with great likes Andy Griffith (No Time for Sergeants 1958) & Luther Adler (The Merchants of Venice 1973). It was in 1980 when Hyman would get his shot at the lead, playing Oscar in The Lady from Dubuque, earning a #TonyAward Nomination for Best Featured Actor. His career on Broadway would span nearly 50 years with a total of 16 productions to his name with his work earning him a #TheaterWorldAward in 1965, & the 1988 St. Olav Award for his work in Norweigan Theater, a language for which he is also fluent. In the television world his career spanned nearly 60 years with his first credited work being Look up & Live in 1954; Throughout the years he would continue playing various small screen roles including adaptions of Macbeth (1968), Julius Caesar (1979), & Coriolanus (1979). However, He is best known for his role on the #iconic #sitcom #TheCosbyShow, where he played Russell #Huxtable, father to #HeathcliffeHuxtable played by #BillCosby. His work garnered him a 1986 #PrimetimeEmmy nomination for “Outstanding Guest Performer in a Comedy Series.” During this time, he also did work for the animated series “Thundercats,” where he played the voice of Pantho for five seasons.
- Earle Hyman Of ‘Cosby Show’ Fame Is Dead At 91 #AcademyOfTelevisionArtsSciences, #BillCosby, #BlackSitcoms, #EarleHyman, #Huxtable, #Series, #TelevisionInTheUnitedStates, #TheCosbyShow LOS ANGELES (AP) — Earle Hyman, a veteran actor of stage and screen who was widely known for playing Russell Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” has died. Jordan Strohl, a representative for The Actors Fund, says that Hyman died Friday at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, New Jersey. H... Read more on our website. See link "BlackCosmopolitan" in bio Marketing by @zGenMedia Models please inquire @Bgrated Toronto #model #cosmo #fashionmagazine #blackculture #fashionstyle #hairstyling #fashionmag #urban
- Earle Hyman Of ‘Cosby Show’ Fame Is Dead At 91 #AcademyOfTelevisionArtsSciences , #BillCosby , #BlackSitcoms , #EarleHyman , #Huxtable , #Series , #TelevisionInTheUnitedStates , #TheCosbyShow LOS ANGELES (AP) — Earle Hyman, a veteran actor of stage and screen who was widely known for playing Russell Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” has died. Jordan Strohl, a representative for The Actors Fund, says that Hyman died Friday at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, New Jersey. H... Read more on our website. See link "BlackCosmopolitan" in bio Marketing by @zGenMedia Models please inquire @Bgrated Toronto #model #cosmo #fashionmagazine #blackculture #fashionstyle #hairstyling #fashionmag #urban
- Earle Hyman Of ‘Cosby Show’ Fame Is Dead At 91 #AcademyOfTelevisionArtsSciences, #BillCosby, #BlackSitcoms, #EarleHyman, #Huxtable, #Series, #TelevisionInTheUnitedStates, #TheCosbyShow LOS ANGELES (AP) — Earle Hyman, a veteran actor of stage and screen who was widely known for playing Russell Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” has died. Jordan Strohl, a representative for The Actors Fund, says that Hyman died Friday at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, New Jersey. H... Read more on our website. See link "BlackCosmopolitan" in bio Marketing by @zGenMedia Models please inquire @Bgrated Toronto #model #cosmo #fashionmagazine #blackculture #fashionstyle #hairstyling #fashionmag #urban

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