Vondie Curtis Hall is an American actor, screenwriter, film director, and television director. Vondie Curtis Hall is best known for her roles as Dr. Dennis Hancock in David E. Kelley’s medical drama Chicago Hope and as Ben Urich in Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix. He wrote, directed and starred in the cult film Gridlock.
|First and last name:||Vondie Curtis Hall|
|Date of birth:||Sep 30, 1950|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m)|
|Net value||$4 million|
|Hair colour||Salt pepper|
|Education||The Juilliard School|
|Brothers and sisters||Kevan Hall, Sherrie Hall|
|Children||Che Hall, Henry Hunter Hall, Zora Hall|
Vondie Curtis Hall Biography
Vondie Curtis Hall was born on September 30, 1950 in Detroit, Michigan, USA, and will turn 72 in 2022. When it comes to Vondie’s parents, his father is Curtis Hall, a construction company owner, and his mother is Angeline Hall, a nurse. Vondie also has two siblings: a designer brother named Kevan Hall and a sister named Sherrie Hall.
Vondie’s nationality is American, he practices Christianity and he was born under the sign of Libra. He is of African American descent.
Vondie Curtis Hall Education
Vondie Curtis Hall received her formal education at the Presentation Our Lady of Victory Elementary School in Detroit, where she was taught by the Oblate Sisters of Providence, the only all-black order of nuns in the United States. He graduated from The Juilliard School.
Vondie Curtis Room Height, Weight
Vondie Curtis Hall weighs 75 kilograms and is 5 feet 8 inches tall. He has a 34 inch waist and a slim body type. He has black eyes and salt-and-pepper hair, but his clothes and shoe sizes are unknown.
As for his career, Vondie Curtis Hall has appeared in a number of films, including One Good Cop, Passion Fish, Sugar Hill, Coming To America, Crooklyn, Drop Squad, Eve’s Bayou, Turn It Up and William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet.
Tookie Williams Story, Waist Deep, and episodes of The Shield, Firefly, Chicago Hope, and MDs are among his film and television credits. The same year, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Danny Glover (who played Marty in the Dreamgirls film) appeared in the made-for-television TNT film Freedom Song.
According to one reviewer, Curtis-Hall gave “one of the best performances of his long career as Reverend Green” in the 2019 film Harriet. Vondie has had recurring roles on TV shows such as Soul Food, I’ll Fly Away, and ER.
His one-time performance on ER as a suicidal patient earned him an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series; he later played Roger McGrath in that series.
Dennis Hancink, a supporting actor in the medical drama Chicago Hope, is Vondie’s most notable television role to date. Curtis-Hall also played Ben Urich in the Netflix series Daredevil. In addition, he appeared in an episode of The Sopranos. Vondie also works full-time as a teacher at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Vondie Curtis Hall Awards
Waist Deep, Vondie Curtis Hall’s most recent feature film as a writer-director, earned him a Black Film Award nomination for Outstanding Direction of a Motion Picture.
Likewise, his brief appearance on ER as a suicidal patient earned him an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.
The net worth of Vondie Curtis Hall
Vondie Curtis Hall’s net worth is estimated at around $4 million. His main source of income is acting. He also works as a screenwriter, film director and television director. He has not revealed his exact belongings or what he owns as he prefers to keep his personal life private from the public.
Vondie Curtis Hall Wife, Marriage
Vondie Curtis Hall has had two marriages in his life. Although no information is available about his first wife, he does have a child from his first marriage. The Hall, his first child from his first marriage, was born in 1979.
Vondie later married actress/director Kasi Lemmons in 1995, and they had a son named Henry Hunter Hall in 1996. In 1999, Kasi gave birth to her daughter Zora Hall.