Arthur French, Jr.

Arthur W. French Jr. (born November 6, 1931) is an American actor and director best known for his work in the theatre.

French was born in New York City, on November 6, 1931, the son of Arthur and Ursilla French, who both emigrated to the U.S. from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Throughout a career that spans over fifty years, French is best known for his work on the stage, he worked extensively with the Negro Ensemble Company (NEC) and has played a wide variety of roles. He was also a supporting character in the 1976 comedy film Car Wash. –Wikipedia

NFT Credits

Credit Type Production Season
Director Branches from the Same Tree 1980-81 Season
Actor Macbeth 1976-77 Season
Actor Black Girl 1971-72 Season
Actor Black Girl (1995) 1995-96 Season
Actor Checkmates 1995-96 Season
Actor Joe Turner’s Come and Gone 1996-97 Season
Actor The Last Street Play 1996-97 Season
Actor A Last Dance for Sybil 2002-03 Season
Actor Real Black Men Don’t Sit Cross Legged on the Floor 2005-06 Season