Chuck Berry

Birthday: Oct 18, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
Often cited as the man who "defined" rock and roll, African American singer/musician Chuck Berry was born Charles Edward Anderson Berry in St. Louis in 1926. Berry was guitarist for several Rhythm & Blues groups in the 1950s, notably Johnny Johnson's. In 1955, Berry recorded his first hit, "Maybelline." While many of his songs were "covered" by white artists in the race-conscious 1950s, Berry himself could still be heard on some emboldened radio stations who weren't concerned about offending the bigots. In movies almost from the moment he hit the charts, Berry was given guest spots in Rock Rock Rock (56) Mr. Rock and Roll (57) and Go, Johnny Go (58). Having appeared with disc jockey Alan Freed in the last two films, Berry was a logical choice to appear in the 1978 Freed biopic American Hot Wax, which starred Gary Busey. Chuck Berry was the whole show in the 1987 "rockumentary" Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll!. Berry died in 2017, at age 90.

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No Score Yet The Beatles: The Lost Concert Actor 2012
No Score Yet Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum: Live - Legends Actor 2010
No Score Yet Rock 'n' Roll Jukebox Actor 2006
No Score Yet Rod Stewart: One Night Only Director 2004
No Score Yet Jerry Lee Lewis - I Am What I Am Actor 2004
No Score Yet Rockin' in the USA Actor 2003
No Score Yet Chuck Berry: Rock & Roll Music Actor 1992
No Score Yet Jerry Lee Lewis: I Am What I Am Actor 1989
No Score Yet John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band: Sweet Toronto Actor 1988
87% Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll Actor Producer 1987
No Score Yet Chuck Berry & Bo Diddley's Rock 'n' Roll All-Star Jam Actor 1985
No Score Yet Born To Rock Actor 1984
No Score Yet American Hot Wax Himself 1978
100% Alice in den Städten (Alice in the Cities) Himself 1974
No Score Yet Let The Good Times Roll Actor 1973
No Score Yet The T.a.m.i Show Actor 1964
No Score Yet T.A.M.I. Show Actor 1964
No Score Yet Go, Johnny, Go! Himself 1959
No Score Yet Go, Johnny, Go! Actor 1958
No Score Yet Mister Rock and Roll Himself 1957
No Score Yet Rock Rock Rock! Himself 1956


No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
  • 2002
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
Musical Guest Performer
  • 1977


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