Al Freeman, Jr.: A New York actor

  Mr. Freeman spent years on One Life to Live. He won an Emmy on it. He directed episodes of the show.

He blew me away Off Broadway and on Broadway. His depictions of Elijah Muhammed raised ghosts and breathed life into dry bones. I loved him because he was an alum of the Negro Ensemble Company where he did amazing work.


From the soaps to Spike Lee, experimental to genre, stage to film to tube, Al Freeman, Jr. earned one of the highest accolades for a thespian, he was a New York actor.




About liftingasweclimb

Mildred Lewis writes and directs for theater, television, film and the web. She's also a full time professor, Christian, activist and troublemaker with a passion to save as much of the world as she can.
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2 Responses to Al Freeman, Jr.: A New York actor

  1. More Info says:

    Al Freeman is a superb actor. i have seen him acting and hes brought tears to my eyes.

    • liftingasweclimb says:

      So important for folks to understand legacy. Once we know we’re all building on excellence, things will get better.

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