Birth Name: Gregory Hines
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
Death Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
In the 1980s, Hines began landing roles that exploited both his dancing and dramatic abilities. His more notable feature credits include Francis Ford Coppola's "The Cotton Club" (1984), "White Nights" (1985), "Tap" (1989) and "A Rage in Harlem" (1991). For the most part, Hines was employed in these films as a debonair presence. He was more successful amidst the confusion of "The Cotton Club" than as an American communist within the anti-Soviet dullness of "White Nights". In the winningly cartoonish "A Rage in Harlem", Hines managed to inject lithe elegance into the thinly-scripted role of a 1950s criminal named Goldy.Hines followed his award-winning Broadway success with "Renaissance Man" (1...
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