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Blakemore, Sean

Blakemore, Sean


Career: Actor.


Film Appearances:

Richard, Keepin' It Real, 2001.

Ric, Big Ain't Bad, Urbanworks LLC, 2002.

Corliss, Dahmer, Peninsula Films, 2002.

Pervis, Woman Thou Art Loosed, Magnolia Pictures, 2004.

Brandon, Motives, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2004.

Himself, The Making of "Motives" (documentary short), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2004.

Dewayne Longfellow, Hot Tamale, Motion Picture Corporation of America, 2005.

Dante, Restraining Order, 2006.

Eric, Dress 2 Impre$$, Mathis & Mathis Productions, 2006.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Ben Franklin, Into the West, TNT, 2005.

Television Appearances; Movies:

(Uncredited) Grace's husband, Soul of the Game (also known as Field of Honour), HBO, 1996.

Eric Konadu, Playing with Fire, Black Entertainment Television, 2000.

Floor cop number two, Momentum (also known as Momentum—Wenn gedanken toten konnen), Sci-Fi Channel, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodes:

Achmed Ali/Tyre Morning, The District, CBS, 2002.

Spyder's cell guard, "Mr. Monk Goes to Jail," Monk, USA Network, 2004.

Young Clyde, "Strange Fruit," Cold Case, CBS, 2005.

John Sullivan, "Hurt," The Shield, FX Channel, 2005.

Trauma doctor, "The Aftermath," The O.C., Fox, 2005.

Stage Appearances:

September, Saturday Night at the Palace, Furious Theatre Company, Los Angeles, 2002.

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