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** ''Tarzan the Magnificent''' (1960) as Tate

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** ''Tarzan the Magnificent''' Magnificent'' (1960) as Tate


Along with Cy Grant, he was one of the first black actors to break the "colour bar" in British cinema. With his appearance in 1951's ''Pool of London'', he also became one of the first black actors to take up a starring role in a British film.

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Along with Cy Grant, he was one of the first black actors to break the "colour bar" in British cinema. With his appearance first role in 1951's ''Pool of London'', he also became one of the first black actors to take up get a starring role in a British film.


He passed away a little over one month short of his 103rd birthday.

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He passed away a little over one month short of his 103rd birthday.birthday on July 3, 2020.

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!!Notable roles:

* ''Pool of London'' (1951) as Johnny Lambert
* ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'':
** ''Tarzan the Magnificent''' (1960) as Tate
** ''Tarzan's Three Challenges'' (1963) as Mang
* ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'' (1965) as Pinder
* ''Series/DoctorWho'' (1966, episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E2TheTenthPlanet The Tenth Planet]]") as William
* ''Series/{{The Prisoner|1967}}'' (1967, episode "The Schizoid Man") as the supervisor
* ''Film/MohammadMessengerOfGod'' (1976) as Annajashi
* ''Film/TheInterpreter'' (2005) as Edmond Zuwanie
* ''Film/TheQueen'' (2006) as the portrait artist
* ''Film/{{Inception}}'' (2010) as the old man


Along with Cy Grant, he was one of the first black actors to break the "colour bar" in British cinema. With his appearance in 1951's ''Pool of London'', Cameron also became one of the first black actors to take up a starring role in a British film.

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Along with Cy Grant, he was one of the first black actors to break the "colour bar" in British cinema. With his appearance in 1951's ''Pool of London'', Cameron he also became one of the first black actors to take up a starring role in a British film.


Along with Cy Grant, he was one of the first black actors to break the "colour bar" in the United Kingdom. With his appearance in 1951's ''Pool of London'', Cameron also became one of the first black actors to take up a starring role in a British film.

He passed away a little over one month short of his 103rd birthday.

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Along with Cy Grant, he was one of the first black actors to break the "colour bar" in the United Kingdom.British cinema. With his appearance in 1951's ''Pool of London'', Cameron also became one of the first black actors to take up a starring role in a British film.

He passed away a little over one month short of his 103rd birthday.birthday.
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Earlston Jewitt "Earl" Cameron, CBE (8 August 1917 3 July 2020) was a UsefulNotes/{{Bermud|a}}ian actor who lived and worked in [[UsefulNotes/{{Britain}} the United Kingdom]].

Along with Cy Grant, he was one of the first black actors to break the "colour bar" in the United Kingdom. With his appearance in 1951's ''Pool of London'', Cameron also became one of the first black actors to take up a starring role in a British film.

He passed away a little over one month short of his 103rd birthday.

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