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Roberts, Conrad

Roberts, Conrad





Film Appearances:

Clay, Up the Sandbox, National General, 1972.

Lestor, Firepower, Associated Film Distributors, 1979.

Seller, Streetwalkin' (also known as City Streets and Cookie), Concorde, 1984.

Mr. Haddy, The Mosquito Coast, AMLF, 1986.

Christophe, The Serpent and the Rainbow, Universal, 1988.

Taxi driver, Green Card, Touchstone, 1990.

Witherspoon, The Hard Way, Universal, 1991.

Black Zorro, The Mask of Zorro, TriStar, 1998.

College promoter, Man on the Moon (also known as Der Mondmann), Universal, 1999.

Stix, The Million Dollar Hotel, Kintop Pictures, 2000.

Chieftain, The Scorpion King, Universal, 2002.

Stranger, The Dig (short), 2003.

Tharin Sanders, Boppin' at the Glue Factory, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Dr. Simon Harris, The Doctors, NBC, 1968.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Inspector Ferber, Casino, ABC, 1980.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Commissioner Williford, "Miami Squeeze," Miami Vice, 1989.

Henry Williford, "Miracle Man," Miami Vice, 1989.

Primitive African man, "The Sixth Extinction," The X-Files, Fox, 1999.

Benjamin King, "Pop Life," Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (also known as NCIS and NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service), CBS, 2005.

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