|Died||March 10, 1966 (aged 83)|
Clinton Rosemond (November 1, 1882 – March 10, 1966) was an American singer and actor, born Cresent Clinton Rosemond.
In the 1920s he sang in the Southern Trio with John C. Payne and Mabel Mercer. The group was based in England and specialized in a cappella. Rosemond later went on to act in American films of the 1930s and 1940s. Often uncredited and typecast as a butler or servant due to a lack of film roles for African American actors, he was frequently relegated to playing demeaning parts, such as a stereotypical "scared Negro." Rosemond died in 1966 from a stroke.
He and his wife Corinne had two daughters, Eleanor Alsobrooks, an educator, and Bertha Hope Booker, a musician, and a son Clinton, a city planner.
- Hearts in Bondage (1936)
- They Won't Forget (1937)
- Stand up and Fight (1939)
- Safari (1940)
- Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
- Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) as White House Butler (uncredited)
- I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
- Sport of Kings (1947)
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