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Clarke Peters is an American-British actor, singer, writer and director best known for his roles as detective Lester Freamon and Albert "Big Chief" Lambreaux on the HBO dramas The Wire and Treme, respectively. More recently, Peters has portrayed Alonzo Quinn on the CBS crime... Wikipedia

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Gigantic 2008 Roger Stovall
The Poker House 2008 Maurice
Tao of the Traveller 2008
The Wire 2002-2008 TV Series Det. Lester Freamon
Sympathetic Details 2008 Carson
Meadowlands 2007 TV Series Professor / Samantha's Father
Freedomland 2006 Reverend Longway
Law & Order: Trial by Jury 2005 TV Series Rex da Silva
American Masters 1987-2003 TV Series documentary Narrator
Waking the Dead 2003 TV Series Howard Boorstin
Head of State 2003 Fundraiser Demo-Tape Man
Night & Day 2002 TV Series Gabriel Huysman
K-PAX 2001 Homeless Veteran
American Voices 2001 TV Series Walter Coachman
Oz 2000 TV Series Afsana
The Corner 2000 TV Mini-Series Fat Curt
Notting Hill 1999 'Helix' Lead Actor
Jonathan Creek 1998 TV Series Hewie Harper
Merisairas 1996 Radio reporter Pounds
French and Saunders 1996 TV Series Lt. Johnny Cochrane
Chandler & Co 1995 TV Series Jasper
Murder Most Horrid 1994 TV Series American
Between the Lines 1993 TV Series Mr. Banthorpe
Detonator 1993 TV Movie C.W. Whitlock, Ph.D.
A Masculine Ending 1992 TV Movie Theo Sykes
Gray Clay Dolls 1991 TV Movie Narrator
El C.I.D. 1991 TV Series Sultan
Monkeys 1989 TV Movie William Morgan Hetrick
Frederick Forsyth Presents 1989 TV Series Grover T. Fleming
Red King, White Knight 1989 TV Movie Jones
Blind Justice 1988 TV Mini-Series Alton Phillips
Menace Unseen 1988 TV Mini-Series Mark Hallstrom
Blues in the Night 1987 TV Movie Snake
Mona Lisa 1986 Anderson
Travelling Man 1985 TV Series Alan Downing
Facelift 1984 Bob Jangles
Play for Today 1980-1984 TV Series Stevie / Yankee Billy
Saigon -Year of the Cat- 1983 TV Movie Soldier
Studio 1983 TV Series Frankie
The Professionals 1983 TV Series President Ojuka
Outland 1981 Ballard
Silver Dream Racer 1980 Cider Jones
The Music Machine 1979 Laurie
Division 19 2017 completed Perelman
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 2017 post-production Abercrombie
Last Fair Deal 2016 Short post-production Papa Legba
Sexual Healing announced Harvey Fuqua
People of Earth 2016 TV Series Ronald
Chance 2016 TV Series Carl
The Tunnel 2016 TV Series Sonny Persaud
Underground 2016 TV Series Jay
Jericho 2016 TV Series Ralph Coates
Jessica Jones 2015 TV Series Det. Oscar Clemons
London Spy 2015 TV Mini-Series The American
Show Me a Hero 2015 TV Mini-Series Robert Mayhawk
The Bad Education Movie 2015 Commander Andrews
Partners in Crime 2015 TV Series Julius Hersheimmer
The Benefactor 2015 Dr. Romano
Midsomer Murders 2015 TV Series Frank Wainwright
Forever 2015 TV Series Jerry Charters
Grace 2014/I Father Michael
The Best of Me 2014 Morgan Dupree
John Wick 2014 Harry
The Divide 2014 TV Series Isaiah Page
Death in Paradise 2014 TV Series Marlon Croft
True Detective 2014 TV Series Minister
Treme 2010-2013 TV Series Albert Lambreaux
Mandela: The Prison Years 2013 TV Movie Nelson Mandela
Person of Interest 2012-2013 TV Series Alonzo Quinn
Blue Bloods 2013 TV Series Nathan Anderson
Breaking Night 2012 Short Disco Man
Red Hook Summer 2012 Da Good Bishop Enoch Rouse
Searching for Sonny 2011 The Narrator
Memphis Beat 2011 TV Series Fred
Archer 2011 TV Series Popeye
Locked In 2010/I Frank
Covert Affairs 2010 TV Series Dr. Mark Ramsay
Legacy 2010/I Ola Adenuga
Nativity! 2009 Studio Boss
Doctor Who: Dreamland 2009 TV Mini-Series Night Eagle
Holby City 2009 TV Series Derek Newman
Great Performances 2009 TV Series Walter de Courcy
In Plain Sight 2009 TV Series Norman Baker Norman Danzer
Damages 2009 TV Series Dave Pell
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men 2009 Subject #31
Endgame 2009/I Nelson Mandela
Marley & Me 2008 Editor
Life on Mars 2008 TV Series Captain Bellow
Turnipseed 2008 A.B. Turnipseed

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Treme 2010 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Great Performances 2009 TV Series performer - 1 episode

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Five Guys Named Moe 1995 Video

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Kuhani 2013 Short associate producer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
BBC Proms 2016 TV Series Himself - Presenter
The Making of the Tunnel: Sabotage 2016 Video documentary short Himself / Sonny
Roy Orbison: One of the Lonely Ones 2015 TV Movie documentary Roy Orbison (voice)
BBC Proms 2015 TV Series Himself - Vocalist / Himself - Presenter
Free Spirits, Saving America's Wild Horses 2015 Documentary Himself
20 Years Challenging Impunity: The UN Rwanda War Crimes Tribunal 2014 Video documentary short Narrator (voice)
This Week 2014 TV Series Himself
From Nowhere to Everywhere Through the Eyes of the Horse 2013 Documentary Himself
The Time Is... Now 2013 Documentary Presenter / Narrator
Masterpiece Contemporary 2009 TV Series Himself
The One Show 2009 TV Series Himself
The Wire: The Last Word 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself (uncredited)
The Wire Odyssey 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself
Tapping the Wire 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Wire: It's All Connected 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
Fade to Black: Song of Freedom 2006 Video Himself - Host
Blues Odyssey 2001 TV Movie documentary Himself - Presenter
The 53rd Annual Tony Awards 1999 TV Special Himself - Performer
Hey, Mr. Producer! The Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh 1998 TV Special documentary Moe
Celebration Concert - It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow 1995 TV Movie Himself
Pebble Mill at One 1994 TV Series Himself
Boon 1991 TV Series Himself
A Royal Night of One Hundred Stars 1985 TV Special Himself
Song by Song 1978-1980 TV Series Himself - Music Performer
The Rather Reassuring Programme 1977 TV Series Himself

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Treme (2010)
2012 VVFP Award Village Voice Film Poll Best Actor Red Hook Summer (2012)
2010 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture or Miniseries Endgame (2009)


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#Fact
1 Brother-in-law of Emma Jacobs.
2 Son-in-law of David Jacobs.
3 Clarke Peters worked as a backing vocalist in London during the 1970s. He provided the male vocals for Joan Armatrading's "Love And Affection" ("Oh give me love..."), and Heatwave's "Boogie Nights" ("Got to keep on dancing").
4 He has lived in London, England since the 1970's.
5 Grew up in Englewood, New Jersey.
6 Father of Joe Jacobs and Guppy (1988-1992) (with Joanna Jacobs) and Max Peters with his wife Penny.
7 Was nominated for Broadway's 1992 Tony Award as Best Book (Musical) for "Five Guy Named Moe."
8 He was nominated for a 1999 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for the 1998 season for Best Actor in a Musical for "Chicago!".

#Quote
1 [on how the variety of parts that come his way has expanded as he's grown older] - I think it's because I'm older. Of course, wisdom doesn't always come with age. But it can look like that.
2 [in 2010] The art, our craft - we have to hold onto these kinds of things. People say, 'I want to be a movie star'; be a movie star, go do that, go be a movie star, but that doesn't mean you're an actor. Go to stage, go onto the stage. If you wanna act, go to the stage. People don't go to theaters, you know? This is a dying craft, because everyone looks at a little tiny screen and they think, 'Well, that's who it is.' No, that's not who it is. That person is an actor, give that person something else to do. Put them on the stage. Get off your ass and go to a theater. Even if it's a local amateur theater, go to the theater. Get away from that fucking screen, and have that communication 'cause that's where the magic is. The magic is not in the music that has been manipulated for you to watch television; the magic is when the person is on stage and that vibration is true and you and the audience are being moved by that. That's an experience people don't have these days. That's a very necessary experience for your spirit, for your soul. You need to have that. You need to hear live music. Listening to the radio, CDs or whatever -- no; listen to the person's breath while they're singing that song or they're playing that guitar. Feel yourself with the person next to you being moved by that. We gotta get out of this little box.
3 Everyone said: 'The Wire (2002)'s hot, you should go to LA.' But when I got out there I just thought, 'This is a bunch of dimwits here. Let me get back to London, man, back to some theatre.' I didn't realise how spoilt I was.
4 I'm here [in London] because theatre is a part of your culture. Our points of reference in America aren't steeped in literature, they're steeped in that five minutes between commercials.
5 On playing Daryl Van Horne in a touring company of "The Witches of Eastwick": It's a double-edged sword. It's good for the career, but some people said 'The black guy's the Devil!' I was like, 'The black guy's working!'

#Trademark
1 Deep Smooth Voice
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