Russell Hornsby

American actor Russell Hornsby

Russell Hornsby is an American theater, television, and film actor. He is perhaps best known for portraying police officer Eddie Sutton on the ABC Family television drama series Lincoln Heights, Hank Griffin on the NBC series Grimm, and Luke on the HBO series In Treatment.
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15 May 1974

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Friday's TV Highlights: 'Hamilton's America' on KOCE
LATimes - 12 months
  SERIES Grimm Nick (David Giuntoli), Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) investigate a man’s claim that his friend was swallowed by a tree in this new episode of the Portland, Ore.-set supernatural drama. 8 p.m. NBC The Vampire Diaries Damon and Stefan (Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley) attempt...
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The Ever-Sophisticated 'Grimm' Star Bitsie Tulloch Looks Toward A Bright Future
Huffington Post - about 1 year
"I love doing period pieces!" Gushed the classically stunning actress of both The Artist and Parkland, San Diego native Bitsie Tulloch, finishing the thought by saying; "When you get to be in wardrobe from another time it's so much easier to envision being there." And luckily for the enchanting starlet, her timeless beauty and poised talent can translate to any moment in history from the renaissance to the present. Elegant and statuesque in a Mad Men like way, Tulloch could very easily party with Don Draper and Holly Golightly one second, then immediately transform into an upper-class mademoiselle ready to walk down the stairs of the Titanic the next, while always managing to be able to play someone completely contemporary that the every girl can relate to in modern day. And perhaps that is why the fan-favorite actress has become so vehemently adored with such a loyal fan-base. On the cult phenomenon Grimm, Tulloch has really managed to tap into the sweet spot of all of her mo...
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Friday's TV Highlights: The CW's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' on KTLA
LATimes - about 1 year
SERIES Grimm After lying dormant for seven years, a new form of Wesen with a ferocious appetite emerges. David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchel and Bree Turner star. 8 p.m. NBC Last Man Standing Eve (Kaitlyn Dever) surprises Mike and Vanessa (Tim Allen, Nancy Travis) with her decision...
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Denzel Washington's Fences: Celebrating August Wilson's Masterpiece
Huffington Post - about 1 year
How do you bring the brilliant, Pulitzer Prize winning Fences, to the screen? You stick close to August Wilson's jazz poetry. This week Fences was celebrated with a screening at Lincoln Center's jazz venue, Rose Hall. The movie's director Denzel Washington led his killer hand-picked cast including Viola Davis, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Mykelti Williamson, Russell Hornsby--Denzel Washington wanted his actors to stand with him. At the Tavern on the Green after party Denzel Washington spoke about his direction, opening up the stage play, especially allowing more for Viola Davis's Rose, as he did in one scene when his character Troy in a rage, wreaks havoc in the kitchen. Rose is left perusing the damage left by her emotionally destructive husband. Viola Davis is much praised for her Tony Award winning role Rose, now much touted for Best Actress Oscar. Jovan Adepo, a young actor who plays Troy's son, pulled Phylicia Rhashad by the hand to meet his mother, proud of this 27 year old....
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The "Fences" Cast on Denzel, Viola, and Bringing the Pulitzer-Winning Play to the Screen
Huffington Post - about 1 year
My favorite film of the year is "Fences," with a screenplay by the late August Wilson, based on his Tony and Pulitzer award-winning play. It stars many of the actors who appeared in the acclaimed 2012 Broadway production, including Denzel Washington, who plays former Negro League baseball player Troy and also directed, and Viola Davis, who plays Troy's wife, Rose. It was a thrill to get a chance to talk with four of the stars of the film, Stephen McKinley Henderson (Bono, Troy's best friend), Mykelti Williamson (Gabriel, Troy's brother, disabled by a WWII injury), Russell Hornsby (Lyons, Troy's older son), and Jovan Adepo (Cory, Troy's younger son). Williamson on the respect and care that goes into playing a character with cognitive impairment: The cognitive issue is TBI, which is Traumatic Brain Injury. On a scale of 1 to 100 it depends on how you are affected some people at 15 percent, some at 12, some 42, and so on. So you have to tell a story so I was actually led b...
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Friday's TV Highlights: 'New I Love Lucy Superstar Special'
LATimes - almost 2 years
SERIES Grimm The Portland-set supernatural drama closes its fifth season with a two-hour finale; with Russell Hornsby, David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner. 8 p.m. NBC Masters of Illusion This showcase for magicians is back for a third season, with "Supergirl's" Dean Cain returning...
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Friday's TV Highlights: 'New I Love Lucy Superstar Special'
LATimes - almost 2 years
SERIES Grimm The Portland-set supernatural drama closes its fifth season with a two-hour finale; with Russell Hornsby, David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner. 8 p.m. NBC Masters of Illusion This showcase for magicians is back for a third season, with "Supergirl's" Dean Cain returning...
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Friday's TV Highlights: 'New I Love Lucy Superstar Special'
LATimes - almost 2 years
SERIES Grimm The Portland-set supernatural drama closes its fifth season with a two-hour finale; with Russell Hornsby, David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner. 8 p.m. NBC Masters of Illusion This showcase for magicians is back for a third season, with "Supergirl's" Dean Cain returning...
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Grimm -The Beast is Back in The Bottle Imp
Boom Tron - over 5 years
At the end of last month I told Grimm fans to expect more coffee in their lives in season 2 of NBC’s supernatural/police show, and we get just that in this tv teaser for “The Bottle Imp”, this coming Friday’s episode of Grimm. That’s right, Adalind is back and going all beast mode, but there does seem to be good news for detective Nick Burkhardt, as Juliette wakes up – though she does remember some stray kisses going on while she was out. In this episode we also get the guest appearance of Josh Stewart, fresh off taking order from Bane in Batman: Dark Knight Rises. “The Bottle Imp” (2.07) episode summary from NBC goes like this: After investigating a grisly murder, clues lead Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) to a seemingly unstable father (guest star Josh Stewart) who is on the run with his daughter. As they learn more about the case they realize that the girl’s father may be the least of their worries. At the spice shop, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) finds out ...
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Coyotl Pointing in Grimm Season 2
Boom Tron - over 5 years
Getting a little Grimm at Boomtron for a minute with this peek into the upcoming second season of NBC’s supernatural/cop show which actually kicks back off tonight. It is not of the show’s star (David Giuntoli) or partner (Russell Hornsby), or even Nick’s girl, instead it’s a scene featuring on of the Grimm’s season 2 guest stars. Back in June we told you Mark Pellegrino would be turning up in Grimm, which makes total sense because he seemingly has to be in every speculative fiction program. He’s just making his rounds. Specifically, this image, which debuted via TVline,  is tagged as from the third episode of the season, titled “Bad Moon Rising”. Pellegrino looks pretty animated here (and I guess drives a Dodge), playing a high school friend of Hank (the aforementioned Hornsby) named Jarold Kempfer, who as we told you before is also a coyotl. Only Hank doesn’t know that. Yet. Pellegrino will be joined by a host of guest stars this season, including the recent addition of cutie ...
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It's a 'Grimm' world for actor Russell Hornsby - StandardNet
Google News - over 5 years
StandardNet It's a 'Grimm' world for actor Russell Hornsby StandardNet By Chuck Barney If you thought “Grimm” was a supernatural freak show in Season 1, brace yourself for an even more eerie ride when the NBC series returns next week. “It's going to be really amped up — like it's on steroids,” promises Russell Hornsby, ... DVD Extra: Get up to speed with NBC series 'Grimm'USA TODAY Grimm Season One DVD out just in time for Season TwoTheCelebrityCafe.com 'Grimm' producers drop some hints about Season 2San Jose Mercury News Seattle Post Intelligencer -Cinema Blend -OregonLive.com all 40 news articles »
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    CHILDHOOD
  • 1974
    Born
    Born on May 15, 1974.
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