American jockey, boxer, and musician turned actor who helped pioneer assignments for African Us citizens. He arrived what could be his most appreciated role being a sailor in the Alfred Hitchcock film Lifeboat. Beginning simply because concert violinist when he was just 12, he afterwards tried his hands at boxing after developing too large to be always a jockey and sported a profession record in the rink of 38-36-10. Using the Hollywood blacklist completely golf swing, he still were able to land a job alongside Sidney Poitier in Cry, The Dearest. He wedded first wife Juanita Waller in 1925 plus they acquired a son called Carl Vincent Lee. He also acquired a career in the stage including a functionality in the Lee Strasberg aimed play South Pacific.
|1||Boxed a 10 round draw with Middleweight champion Vince Dundee in 1928.|
|2||Lost to world champions Jack Britton, Tommy Freeman, and Lou Brouillard.|
|3||Compiled a professional boxing record of 33-31-7 with 13 knockouts.|
|4||Fought as a professional boxer from 1926-1933.|
|5||Victim of the blacklisting era of the 1950s.|
|6||Father of Carl Lee.|
|Cry, the Beloved Country||1951||Reverend Stephen Kumalo|
|The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre||1950||TV Series||Police Officer|
|Lost Boundaries||1949||Lt. 'Dixie' Thompson|
|Body and Soul||1947||Ben Chaplin|
|Keep Punching||1939||Speedy Joe Williams (Henry's Trainer)|
|Lifeboat||1944||performer: "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree" 1942, "Du, Du, Liegst Mir im Herzen" - uncredited|
|The Roosevelt Story||1947||Documentary||Narrator - Voice of the Depression (voice)|
|Ask the OPA||1945||Documentary short|
|Henry Browne, Farmer||1942||Documentary short||Narrator|
|Classified X||1998||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Scandalize My Name: Stories from the Blacklist||1998||Documentary||Stephen Kumalo|
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