Lincoln Kilpatrick

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Lincoln Kilpatrick

Kilpatrick in 1968.
Born(1932-02-12)February 12, 1932
St. Louis, Missouri,
United States
DiedMay 18, 2004(2004-05-18) (aged 72)
Los Angeles, California,
United States
OccupationFilm, television actor
Years active1959-2004
SpouseHelen Ferguson
(1957 -2004)
 
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Lincoln Kilpatrick

Kilpatrick in 1968.
Born(1932-02-12)February 12, 1932
St. Louis, Missouri,
United States
DiedMay 18, 2004(2004-05-18) (aged 72)
Los Angeles, California,
United States
OccupationFilm, television actor
Years active1959-2004
SpouseHelen Ferguson
(1957 -2004)

Lincoln Kilpatrick (February 12, 1932 – May 18, 2004) was an American film, television, and stage actor.

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Biography

Career

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Kilpatrick attended Lincoln University and earned a degree in drama before he began acting. Encouraged by Billie Holiday, Kilpatrick began his career in 1959 in the Broadway production of A Raisin in the Sun. In the 1960s, he mainly guest-starred in television roles and bit parts in movies. His primary acting talents were showcased in stage and theater work, which he remained active in until his death. Kilpatrick was co-founder of the Kilpatrick-Cambridge Theatre Arts School in Hollywood, California. He was also the first African-American member of the Lincoln Center Repertory Company.[1][2]

Personal life and death

Mr. Kilpatrick was married 47 Years to the Singer/Stage Performer Helena Ferguson from 1957 until his death from lung cancer in 2004. Mr Kilpatrick had 5 children; Music Composer Lincoln Kilpatrick, Jr, Filmmaker/Writer DaCarla Kilpatrick, Actor/Director Erik Kilpatrick, Actor Jozella Reed, and Producer Marjorie L. Kilpatrick. [1]

Filmography

Film
YearFilmRoleNotes
1958Cop HaterDetective Dave Foster
1968MadiganPatrolman Grimes
A Lovely Way to DieDaleyAlternative title: A Lovely Way to Go
What's So Bad About Feeling Good?WilsonUncredited
1969The Lost ManMinister
StilettoHannibal Smith
GenerationHey HeyAlternative titles: A Time for Giving and A Time for Caring
1970The Curious FemaleUncle CharlieAlternative title: Curious Females
The Red, White, and BlackSgt. HatchAlternative titles: Black Cavalry, Buffalo Soldiers, and Soul Soldiers
1971Brother JohnCharley Gray
The Omega ManZachary
Honky
1972Cool BreezeLt. Brian Knowles
1973Soylent GreenFather Paul
1974Chosen SurvivorsWoody Russo
Uptown Saturday NightSlim's Henchman #1
Together BrothersBilly MostFirst portrayal of a transgendered African American GLBT in a feature film
1975The Master GunfighterJacques
1983Deadly ForceOtto Hoxley
1987FlicksWaltAlternative titles: Hollyweird and Loose Joints
1988Hollywood CopJaguar
PrisonCresus
BulletproofCaptain Briggs
1993FortressAbraham
2002The StonemanSgt. Wykorski
Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
1962–1963Naked CityCappy Fleers
George - Bailiff
2 episodes
1963The NursesWill1 episode
1965Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre1 episode
1969The Leslie Uggams ShowUnknown episodes
The Bold Ones: The LawyersClellanEpisode: "The People Against Ortega"
Then Came BronsonLeuty Giles1 episode
1969–1972Medical CenterJolly
Sargent
2 episodes
1970The Mask of ShebaBen TakaheneTelevision movie
1970–1972IronsideTom Reinike
Maurice
2 episodes
The Bold Ones: The New DoctorsGil Dodds
Maurice
2 episodes
1971The Bold Ones: The SenatorIsaac JohnsonEpisode: "A Single Blow of the Sword"
Bearcats!Jake1 episode
1972McCloudCalvin Jones1 episode
1974Police StorySergeant Bruckner1 episode
MannixLonnie1 episode
1975Harry ONat Collins1 episode
BarettaJefferson Hayes1 episode
1976Just an Old Sweet SongJoe MayfieldTelevision movie
Arthur Hailey's the MoneychangersDeacon EuphratesMiniseries
1977Tales of the Unexpected1 episode
HunterJackson2 episodes
1978KojakFlynn1 episode
KingJerry WaringMiniseries
Dr. ScorpionEddieTelevision movie
The White ShadowReverend Jackson1 episode, uncredited
1980Buck Rogers in the 25th CenturyDr. EcbarEpisode: "Space Vampire"
The JeffersonsDoctorEpisode: "The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii (Part 1)"
1982The Greatest American HeroLe Masters1 episode
1983Hill Street BluesHawkins SrEpisode: "Moon Over Uranus: The Final Legacy"
1983–1985Matt HoustonLt. Michael HoytUnknown episodes
1984Trapper John, M.D.1 episode
1987Frank's PlaceReverend Deal1 episode
1988227Mr. DeWittEpisode: "The Whiz"
1989AmenWalter Newton1 episode
1990Gabriel's FireTed Duke3 episodes
1991TaggetLomanTelevision movie
Chance of a LifetimeTelevision movie
1993Doogie Howser, M.D.JudgeEpisode: "Eleven Angry People... and Vinnie"
1994FrasierArtieEpisode: "Burying a Grudge"
1995MartinJohn PittmanEpisode: "'Xpress Yourself"
Melrose PlacePublic DefenderEpisode: "Framing of the Shrews"
PiranhaFatherTelevision movie
1996SistersEli Hayes1 episode
1998NYPD BlueDarwinEpisode: "Honeymoon at Viagra Falls"
2000ERChet FultonEpisode: "Loose Ends"

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