Reg E. Cathey


    Starbirth:
    August 18, 1958
    Supernova:
    February 9, 2018
    Birthplace:
    Huntsville, Alabama, USA
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Reginald "Reg" E. Cathey (born August 18, 1958) was an American stage, film and television actor. Cathey is a native of Huntsville, Alabama and a graduate of J.O. Johnson High School. He spent his childhood in Germany. One of his earliest roles was starring in the children's television show Square One. He later had guest roles in episodes of shows such as Star Trek: The Next Generation and Homicide: Life on the Street. He played the villain Dirty Dee in the cult comedy film Pootie Tang. He had a regular role on the HBO series The Wire as Norman Wilson during the fourth and fifth seasons. He also worked with The Wire creator David Simon on the Emmy award-winning mini-series The Corner; Cathey played a drug addict known as Scalio. He had a recurring role on the HBO prison drama Oz as unit manager Martin Querns. In the film Tank Girl he played the role of Deetee. He narrated Aftermath: Population Zero, a National Geographic Channel special which imagines what Earth might be like if humanity no longer existed. He played the homeless man "Al" murdered by Patrick Bateman in the film American Psycho. He narrated TLC's Wonder's of Weather In 2009, Cathey performed in The People Speak, a documentary feature film that uses dramatic and musical performances of the letters, diaries, and speeches of everyday Americans, based on historian Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States. Since September 2009, Cathey has played the role of Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding in a theatrical production of The Shawshank Redemption at Wyndham's Theatre, London. He also currently plays Barry K. Word, a boxing promoter, on FX's new show Lights Out. Description above from the Wikipedia article Reg E. Cathey, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Tyrel 2018
Flock of Four Pope Dixon 2017
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Zakariyyah 2017
Hands of Stone Don King 2016
Shylock's Ghost 2015
Fantastic Four Dr. Franklin Storm 2015
Alex of Venice Walt 2015
Nasty Baby The Bishop 2015
St. Vincent Gus 2014
Two Men in Town Jones, le superviseur 2014
Arbitrage Earl Monroe 2012
My Last Day Without You Pastor Johnson 2011
Aftermath: Population Zero Narrator 2008
20 Years After Samuel 2008
The Wire: The Last Word 2007
The Wire Odyssey Himself 2007
The Cookout Frank Washington 2004
Men Without Jobs Mr. Morgan 2004
The Machinist Jones 2004
S.W.A.T. Lt. Greg Velasquez 2003
Head of State Officer Waters 2003
A Good Night to Die Avi 2003
Pootie Tang Dirty Dee 2001
Boycott E.D. Nixon 2001
Homicide: The Movie Bernard Weeks 2000
American Psycho Al 2000
Se7en Dr. Santiago 1995
Tank Girl Deetee 1995
Clear and Present Danger Sergeant Major 1994
The Mask Freeze 1994
Fool's Fire Minister Gunther 1992
What About Bob? Howie / Director 1991
Eyes of a Witness Prosecutor 1991
Hamlet Guildenstern 1990
Quick Change Sound Analyst 1990
Loose Cannons Willie 1990
Penn & Teller Get Killed Fan’s Friend 1989
Born on the Fourth of July Speaker - Syracuse, NY 1989
Astonished Wayne 1988
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Star Trek: The Next Generation Morag <mt>
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit <blank> <mt>
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Law & Order: Criminal Intent <blank> <mt>
30 Rock <blank> <mt>
Horace and Pete Harold <mt>
House of Cards Freddy <mt>
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Barry Querns <mt>
Outcast Chief Giles <mt>
Banshee Julias Bonner <mt>
Lights Out Barry K. Word <mt>
Elementary Mr. Clay <mt>
Grimm Baron Samedi <mt>
Grimm The Baron <mt>
Marvel's Luke Cage James Lucas <mt>
ER IAD Investigator David Haskell <mt>
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