Dondre T. Whitfield

Dondré Terrell Whitfield is an American actor. He began his career appearing in a recurring role as Robert Foreman on the NBC sitcom The Cosby Show (1985–1987), before playing Terrence Frye in the ABC daytime soap opera, All My Children(1991–1994). He received three Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series nominations for his performance on All My Children.

Whitfield had starring role in a number of short-lived sitcoms, includeThe Crew(1995–96),Between Brothers(1997–1999), and Hidden Hills(2002–03). He also has appeared in a number of films, such asTwo Can Play That Game(2001),The Salon(2004), Pastor Brown(2009), and Middle of Nowhere (2012). In 2015, Whitfield joined the cast of BET reality comedy series Real Husbands of Hollywood, and in 2016 began starring in the Oprah Winfrey Networkdrama series,Queen Sugar

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Cast Credits

Queen Sugar (2016)
Starring as Remy Newell
Stitchers (2015)
Guest starring as Sam Lewis
Mistresses (2013)
Guest starring as Paul Malloy (8 episodes)
Hart of Dixie (2011)
Guest starring as Lt. Governor Alex P. Byrd
Guest starring as Lt. Governor
The Event (2010)
Guest starring as Agent Mike Garret (4 episodes)
Samantha Who? (2007)
Guest starring as Wes Green
Eureka (2006)
Guest starring as Dr. Marcus Blake
Grey's Anatomy (2005)
Guest starring as Oliver Richter
Hidden Hills (2002)
Starring as Zack Timmerman (15 episodes)
Inside Schwartz (2001)
Starring as William Morris (9 episodes)
Secret Agent Man (2000)
Starring as Davis
Between Brothers (1997)
Starring as James Gordon (17 episodes)
The X-Files (1993)
Guest starring as Agent
  • Episode 8x01: Within (1) (Nov 5, 2000) [Co-Star]
All My Children (1970)
Starring as Terrence Frye (20 episodes)