Tony-nominated actor who starred in such Broadway musicals as Shed in the Superstars, THE NIGHT TIME That Made America Famous, and Timbuktu! In 1960, he graduated from Erasmus Hall SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Brooklyn, NY. He subsequently joined up with the famous Stars Studio room. He received a Theater World Prize for his efficiency within a 1964 off-Broadway musical entitled Jerico-Jim Crow. He was created in NEW YORK to a family group of African-American history. He passed away in Vienna, Austria at age forty-eight. He was a protege of Harlem Renaissance innovator Langston Hughes.