Clarence Muse

Age: 124
Birthplace: Baltimore Maryland, United States

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Clarence Muse (October 14, 1889 – October 13, 1979) was an actor, screenwriter, director, composer, and lawyer. He was inducted in the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame in 1973. Muse was the first African American to "star" in a film. He acted for more than sixty years, and appeared in more than 150 movies.

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Movie Character Year
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Fhldmbdojbslpjxzspqvjbl9rjb The Toy Wife Brutus 1938
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Vhnorrxgvb9nddcdlbaj7mqqyre The Talk of the Town Supreme Court Doorkeeper (uncredited) 1942
Kz2m4dty3mcb8piy0xdjzf5qbew Shadow of a Doubt Pullman Porter 1943
Wm4jeniaswclfehdaxkyrhf5r5b The Sky's the Limit Colonial Club Doorman (uncredited) 1943
T2uzlicqyemysxun7htqzkimglp Riding High Whitey 1950
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Xyeorfaxwjg51wqzwtwum7pnfxz Buck and the Preacher Cudjo 1972
Dpisxxcncwhx7uk9nvdm7cfa9my The Black Stallion Snoe 1979