Delroy Lindo

Delroy Lindo can now be seen in Spike Lee’s new film Da 5 Bloods. Lindo has had memorable roles in films such as The Cider House Rules and Heist, and previously garnered critical acclaim in a trio of films with director Lee: Clockers, Crooklyn and Malcolm X. Other notable films include Wondrous Oblivion, Ransom, Get Shorty, Romeo Must Die, This Christmas (also as executive producer), and Pixar’s Up! On TV, he currently appears as Adrian Boseman in CBS’ The Good Fight (sequel to The Good Wife) and won an NAACP Award for a guest appearance on Law and Order: SVU. Also for TV, he produced and directed documentary interview films featuring Spike Lee, Charles Burnett and Joan Chen. On Broadway, Lindo received Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations playing Herald Loomis in August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, and played Walter Lee in the Kennedy Center and Los Angeles productions of A Raisin in the Sun (Helen Hayes Award Nomination and NAACP Image Award, Best Actor). Lindo directed the plays Blue Door and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone to critical acclaim at Berkeley Repertory Theater, and won a Los Angeles Theater Weekly Award directing the play Medal of Honor Rag. (Photo by George Ligon.)

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The Way We Get By: Delroy Lindo is Finding Hope Through Volunteering, Protesting and the Young Generation

By Delroy Lindo | June 12, 2020

The Way We Get By: Delroy Lindo is Finding Hope Through Volunteering, Protesting and the Young Generation

The legendary actor, who stars in Spike Lee’s timely new film Da 5 Bloods, reflects on how he’s processing the current moment.