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Reg E. Cathey

Reg E. Cathey (Emma McIntyre / Getty Images)
Reg E. Cathey (Emma McIntyre / Getty Images)

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July 19, 2018 "Donza please accept our condolences on the loss of your brother.
Emma Gunter- Long Island NY"
June 03, 2018 "He also played as the store clerk who taught Super Guy about combinatorics, played as a supermarket manager supervising Ed Grimly at the check out counter, played as a ring announcer in a music video "Metric Electric Lover."" - Wayne Tubbs (Crockett, TX)
June 03, 2018 "Reg E. Cathey has taught me math on Square One Television with Beverly Mickens, Arthur Howard, Louisa Lachin, Larry Cedar, Cynthia Darlow, and Chris Franco, James Earl Jones as Chief Thad Green, Mary Watson as Debbie Williams, Toni Di Bona as Pat Tuesday, Beverly Leach as Kate Monday, Joe Howard as George Frankly on Math Net. With Gary Owens as the voice of Dirk Niblick of The Math Brigade. He was the announcer of game shows on Square One Television like "Piece of The Pie," "Square One Squares later became Square One Challenge," "Close Call," "Triple Play," He played as Curly on the spoof "The King's Stooges." He played as Jefferson on "Welcome Back Blotter." I've already missed him." - Wayne Tubbs (Crockett, TX)
March 12, 2018 "A very fine actor; he will be missed."
March 10, 2018 "One of my favorite actors, Condolences to the family and friends. I loved Reg's character Dirty Dan in the cult classic movie Pootie Tang. Rest Easy my Brother." - Jon Kydd (Columbus, OH)
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Obituary for Reg E. Cathey
NEW YORK (AP) - Emmy-winning actor Reg E. Cathey, best known for "House of Cards" and "The Wire," has died. Cathey died at age 59, according to...
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