Chuck Cooper

Chuck Cooper was born in Cleveland, Ohio,USA, is an American actor.

Cooper made his Broadway debut in 1983 in the musical Amen Corner, playing the role of" Brother Boxer".He was an understudy in the original Broadway casts of his next three shows: Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (he eventually took over the role of Adam), Passion, and Getting Away with Murder.

Cooper won the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical, for his performance as the pimp Memphis in the 1997 Broadway production of the musical The Life.

Cooper has also appeared in Chicago as Billy Flynn, Caroline, or Change as the dual role of The Bus and The Dryer, and Finian's Rainbow as "Bill Rawkins", as well as benefit performances of Hair and A Wonderful Life. In February 2010 he was the narrator in the U.S. premiere of Seven Scenes from Hamlet, by the Spanish composer Benet Casablancas, at the Miller Theatre in Manhattan.

In 2015, Cooper appeared on Broadway as the slave Thomas in the new musical Amazing Grace, at the Nederlander Theatre. The musical is about John Newton, the redeemed slave-trader who wrote the hymn "Amazing Grace".

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The Blacklist: Redemption (2017)
Guest starring as General Phillips
Madam Secretary (2014)
Guest starring as General Mitch Sarno
Power (2014)
Guest starring as Reverend Maverick Macedon
House of Cards (2013)
Starring as Barney Hull (4 episodes)
White Collar (2009)
Guest starring as Parole Officer
The Good Wife (2009)
Guest starring as Gerald Gallo
  • Episode 7x19: Landing (Apr 17, 2016)
Nurse Jackie (2009)
Guest starring as Intestine Man
3 lbs. (2006)
Guest starring as Carl Thompson
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999)
Guest starring as Mr. Tassler
  • Episode 4x24: Perfect (May 9, 2003)