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April 17, 1990
The Cook County Medical Examiner's office said Monday that comedian Robin Harris, who was found dead in his Chicago hotel room March 17 after performing at a theater there, died of a heart attack. Autopsy results right after his death were inconclusive. Medical examiner spokesman Bill Juneau said his office had awaited results of toxicological tests before announcing that Harris, 36, who portrayed Sweet Dick Willie in the film "Do the Right Thing," had died of natural causes.
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NEWS
April 17, 1990
The Cook County Medical Examiner's office said Monday that comedian Robin Harris, who was found dead in his Chicago hotel room March 17 after performing at a theater there, died of a heart attack. Autopsy results right after his death were inconclusive. Medical examiner spokesman Bill Juneau said his office had awaited results of toxicological tests before announcing that Harris, 36, who portrayed Sweet Dick Willie in the film "Do the Right Thing," had died of natural causes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 1990
Actors, athletes and rap musicians will parade down Main Street and Civic Center Drive today to commemorate the contributions that blacks have made to America. The 11th annual Black History Parade boasts comedian Robin Harris as grand marshal. He is best known for his roles in "Do the Right Thing" and "Harlem Nights."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 1990
Actors, athletes and rap musicians will parade down Main Street and Civic Center Drive today to commemorate the contributions that blacks have made to America. The 11th annual Black History Parade boasts comedian Robin Harris as grand marshal. He is best known for his roles in "Do the Right Thing" and "Harlem Nights."
ENTERTAINMENT
August 27, 1989 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON
The entertainment industry--particularly the comedy part--is so rife with recycled product and self-cannibalism that a genuinely new talent presents an almost startling freshness and an instant prize. That has to be one of the reasons for the success of Roseanne Barr; it certainly underlies the eager rush to make the most of comedian Robin Harris.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 27, 1989 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON
The entertainment industry--particularly the comedy part--is so rife with recycled product and self-cannibalism that a genuinely new talent presents an almost startling freshness and an instant prize. That has to be one of the reasons for the success of Roseanne Barr; it certainly underlies the eager rush to make the most of comedian Robin Harris.
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