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Yaphet Kotto
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Height
6' 2"
Spouse
Tessie Sinahon (12 July 1998 - present)
? (1960 - 1974) (divorced) 3 children
Toni ? (? - ?) (divorced) 2 children
Antoinette Pettyjohn (29 January 1975 - ?) (divorced) 2 children
Trivia

Oldest son, Fred, is a very successful San Josť Police Dept. California (USA) officer.

He is the son of a Cameroonian crown prince.

Has a Bay Area hardcore band named after him.

Moved form Littleton, Colorado to Canada, because he felt it would be safer to live there. Two years after moving, he saw the news coverage on Columbine, and recognized some of the kids fleeing the school.
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:

When this physically imposing, authoritative black actor is on the screen, it's hard not to watch his every move. He's forceful and dynamic, and usually gets roles that allow him to display those attributes. He comes from a New York stage background, having played on Broadway in "The Great White Hope." Kotto made his big-screen debut in 1964's Nothing But a Man and has appeared in dozens of movies since. He's best remembered for his turns in the 1973 James Bond entry Live and Let Die and in 1979's Alien (suffering a grisly fate). He is a regular on TV's "Homicide: Life on the Streets" (1993-), and appeared in the television movie of Arthur Miller's The American Clock (1993).

Yaphet Kotto stared in:

Title Year Saw with/at: Own On? Rating
The Thomas Crown Affair 1968 *** 1/2
Live and Let Die 1973 Digital ***
Alien 1979 DVD *** 1/2
The Running Man 1987 ** 1/2
Midnight Run 1988 With Jessica *** 1/2