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Kene Holliday

Highest Rated:   80% Great World of Sound (2007)
Lowest Rated:   46% Everybody's Fine (2009)
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Sturdy, reliable character player Kene Holliday specialized in portrayals of vociferous everymen, with a strong emphasis on television work. Holliday landed one of his first major roles in the small-screen blockbuster Roots: The Next Generations (as Detroit, one of the direct descendants of the iconic Kunta Kinte), and subsequently divided his time between occasional big-screen features (No Small Affair, The Philadelphia Experiment), series work (with many appearances on Matlock), and TV movies, such as the 1988 Dangerous Company. Holliday tackled a rare yet effective lead role in the much-anticipated 2007 drama Great World of Sound, as Clarence, a well-meaning record producer in training who discovers that his parent company isn't exactly all that it professes to be.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
46% Everybody's Fine
  • Butcher
$8.9M 2009
80% Great World of Sound
  • Clarence
2007
No Score Yet Miracle on the Mountain: The Kincaid Family Story
  • Jack Calloway
2000
No Score Yet The Josephine Baker Story
  • Sidney Bechet
1990
No Score Yet Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Singer
  • Joe Dillon
1990
No Score Yet Dangerous Company
  • Bill Washington
1988
No Score Yet Badge of the Assassin
  • Albert Washington
1985
67% No Small Affair
  • Walt Cronin
1984
50% The Philadelphia Experiment
  • Maj. Clark
1984
No Score Yet The Last Song
  • Actor
1980
No Score Yet A Special Gift
  • Coach Sanford
1979

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