Darryl Sivad

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Darryl Sivad is an actor,[1] comedian and photographer.

Sivad was born in Detroit, Michigan to Leon and Elna Davis. After graduating from Mumford High School he went on to attend Wayne State University then the Center for Creative Studies where he studied photography.

Photography[edit]

He moved to New York City for an apprenticeship with Richard Avedon. He assisted Anthony Barboza and eventually opened Northlight Studio with Kamoigne members C. Daniel Dawson, Ray Francis, Lou Draper and Herman Howard. An award-winning fine art photographer, Sivad's photography has exhibited nationally and is in the permanent collections of the Museum of the African Diaspora and the Smithsonian Institution.[citation needed]

Acting[edit]

Sivad broke into stand-up comedy when he signed up for a writing course and they assigned him to a comedy course by mistake. He rose from the ranks of stand-up comedy to be knighted by the king of late night Johnny Carson.[citation needed] Sivad’s first appearance on The Tonight Show landed him the lead role on his own ABC sitcom Homeroom when Carl Reiner informed his son Rob Reiner (who ran Castle Rock Entertainment) about Sivad. Sivad is known as a versatile character actor. He has worked alongside such talents as Will Smith, Jamie Foxx and Hilary Duff.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
2007 Dexter Minister
2007 How I Met Your Mother Officer Roque
2006 'Til Death
2006 We Don't Die, We Multiply: The Robin Harris Story
2004 ER
2004 A Cinderella Story
2003 Two and a Half Men
2001 The Division
2001 NYPD Blue
2000 The Jamie Foxx Show
2000 The Parkers
2000 City of Angels
1996 C-Bear and Jamal Grandpa
1995–1997 The Naked Truth T.J.
1993–1995 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
1995 Friends
1995 Living Single
1994 Sisters
1993–1994 Roc Sly
1994 Fear of a Black Hat
1993 Dream On
1991 Talkin' Dirty After Dark
1989 The Joe Longthorne Show
1989 Homeroom Darryl Harper

References[edit]

  1. ^ Weaver, Maurice (November 20, 1989). "'Homeroom' actors try to save series". Sun Journal. p. 8. Retrieved 21 September 2011. 

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