THE INKWELL MOVIE CAST: LARENZ TATE, SUZZANNE DOUGLAS, and JOE MORTON Black and white photograph of the cast shown in scenes from the film Photograph Signed: "PEACE/&LOVE!/Larenz/Tate", "Suzanne/Douglas", "Joe Morton", B/w 8x10.

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Black and white photograph of the cast shown in scenes from the film
Photograph Signed: "PEACE/&LOVE!/Larenz/Tate", "Suzanne/Douglas", "Joe Morton", B/w 8x10. The 1994 film Inkwell follows a young boy attempting to deal with life after he accidentally sets his house on fire. LARENZ TATE (b. 1975), the American actor, started out his life in Chicago, where he had to be persuaded by his parents to take part in a theater program. Eventually, after seeing a classmate rise to fame, he began to take the program seriously. Between 1985 and 1991 Tate was cast in only television roles including his first role in The Twilight Zone, 21 Jump Street, Matlock, and Family Matters. After multiple small-time roles Tate was approached to star in the 1993 film Menace II Society. Afterward, Tate appeared in many productions including Inkwell (1994), the television series South Central, and the 1995 film Dead Presidents. More recently, Tate had a recurring role in the television series Rescue Me. SUZANNE DOUGLAS (b.1957) found success on stage, on screen, and in television. Her debut role was in the 1981 made-for-television movie Purlie, which was nominated for a Primetime Emmy. However, Douglas is most widely known for her role as Jerri in the sitcom The Parent 'Hood, which she was featured in from 1994-1995. She has also starred in multiple movies including Tap (1989) and How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998). Since her debut, Suzanne Douglas has been cast in over thirty titles including her more recent work as: Jessica in Sunday on the Rocks (2004), Melissa in the television series Are We There Yet?, and Mrs. Davis in the 2012 film Change the Game. JOE MORTON (b. 1947), born in The Bronx, began his acting career on the stage performing in the Broadway production Hair. Since then, he has performed in multiple Broadway productions including Salvation and Raisin, the latter of which he was nominated for a Tony award. On the big screen, Morton has performed in over 115 titles since his debut onscreen role as a clerk in the Mission: Impossible television series in 1970. On television, he has appeared in titles such as Under One Roof (1995), E-Ring (1995), The Good Wife from 2009-2011, and more recently his role as Deacon in the popular television series Eureka. Morton is married to Nora Chavooshian, who is known as the production designer for The Brother from Another Planet (1984). Slightly bowed. Otherwise, fine condition.

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