Daryl Keith Roach

Daryl Keith Roach

Daryl Keith Roach, born in New York City, inherited a legacy of richness from his renowned parents, jazz drummer Max Roach and Mildred Roach. He made his mark in theatre with standout performances in notable plays like "The Bacchae," "Hercules on Normandie," "Semple" featuring Langston Hughes' works, and "Master Harold and the Boys," earning the Dramalogue Award for Best Actor. His talents graced TV screens in series such as "Smith," "The Guardian," and classics like "Cheers" and "General Hospital." Roach left a cinematic footprint in films like "Crocodile Dundee in LA," "Shampoo" and as Chuck in "Pee Wee's Big Adventure." Beyond his artistic pursuits, in 2004, Roach founded MUSICaids...life thru music, a nonprofit supporting HIV/AIDS vaccine and microbicide research. This initiative blends the healing power of music with community engagement, fostering education and entertainment through concert events and workshops, aiming for impactful results.
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3.9
The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
0
Playback
Playback
6.8
Legal Tender
Legal Tender
2
Pee-wee's Big Adventure
Pee-wee's Big Adventure
6.4
CIA II: Target Alexa
CIA II: Target Alexa
4.4
SpaceCamp
SpaceCamp
5.9
The Ice Pirates
The Ice Pirates
5.6
Gang Boys
Gang Boys
4.8
Special Report: Journey to Mars
Special Report: Journey to Mars
5
Shampoo
Shampoo
6
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