Joe Seneca Movies List

Joe Seneca
Joe Seneca
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Actor Joe Seneca Filmography

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The Vernon Johns Story
Artist: James Earl Jones , Mary Alice , Joe Seneca , Nicolle Rochelle , Tommy Hollis
Director: Kenneth Fink
Release date: 15-01-1994
Malcolm X
Malcolm X ( English )
Music Director: Spike Lee , Steven Randazzo
Release date: 18-11-1992
Mississippi Masala
Mississippi Masala ( English )
Director: Mira Nair
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Release Year: 1991
The Blob
The Blob ( English )
Director: Chuck Russell , Helen Caldwell , Helen Caldwell
Music Director: Michael Hoenig , Bruce Stambler , Frank A. Fuller Jr. , Gordon Ecker , Wayne Heitman , Matthew Iadarola , Stanley Kastner , Becky Sullivan , Gregg Barbanell , Richard Whitfield
Release date: 05-08-1988
School Daze
School Daze ( English )
Director: Spike Lee
Release date: 12-02-1988
Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story
Artist: Martin Sheen , Roxanne Hart , Stan Shaw , Joe Seneca , Cicely Tyson
Director: Richard T. Heffron
Music Director: Craig Safan
Release date: 19-05-1986
Crossroads ( English )
Artist: Ralph Macchio , Joe Seneca , Jami Gertz , Joe Morton , Robert Judd
Director: Jr.
Release date: 14-03-1986
Silverado ( English )
Director: Lawrence Kasdan
Music Director: Bruce Broughton
Release date: 10-07-1985
The Evil That Men Do
The Evil That Men Do ( English )
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Music Director: Ken Thorne
Release date: 14-09-1984
The Verdict
The Verdict ( English )
Director: Sidney Lumet
Music Director: Johnny Mandel
Release date: 08-12-1982
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Joe Seneca Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Joe Seneca (January 14, 1919 – August 15, 1996) was an American film and television actor who had a lengthy Hollywood career, portraying bit parts in many major films and television sitcoms spanning from the 1970s to the 1990s. Seneca was born Joel McGhee in Cleveland, Ohio. Prior to his Hollywood career, Seneca belonged to the R&B singing group "The Three Riffs", performing at upscale supper clubs in New York City. He was also a songwriter and had big hits with "Talk to Me" which was sung by Little Willie John and "Break It to Me Gently", which was a smash twice, once by Brenda Lee in 1962, and once by Juice Newton in 1982. His song "It's Gonna Work Out Fine" was recorded by Ike & Tina Turner, Manfred Mann and The Spencer Davis Group. Arguably his most well-known roles are that of bluesman Willie Brown in Crossroads and Dr. Meddows in The Blob, the evil head of a government team sent to contain the title creature. Seneca also made multiple appearances on The Cosby Show as Hillman President Dr. Zachariah J. Hanes. He also played Alvin Newcastle [1]on an episode of The Golden Girls entitled "Old Friends." Joe appeared in Spike Lee's "School Daze" as the Mission College President McPherson in 1988. Joe appeared on Matlock: The Blues Singer Episode May 9, 1989. Joe also appeared in Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel" Music Video In the late 80's. He died from asthma at the age of 77. Description above from the Wikipedia article Joe Seneca, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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