User:Waldir/Fictional Black US Presidents

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Presidents
Name Actor Title of the work of fiction Writer Type of fiction Year Party Notes
Eleanor Richmond N/A Interface Neal Stephenson
George Jewsbury
novel 1994 [1]
Douglass Dilman James Earl Jones The Man Rod Serling film 1972 [2]
Douglass Dilman N/A The Man Irving Wallace novel 1964
N/A Melanie Henderson Spidey Super Stories
(episode "Spidey Meets the Funny Bunny")
skit 1974-1975 [3]
President Washington Tunnel Vision (film) Neal Israel
Michael Mislove
film 1976 [4]
Vice Presidents
Name Actor Title of the work of fiction Writer Type of fiction Year Party Notes
James Denning American Hero Republican
Vice President Ford Rosalind Cash Wrong Is Right Richard Brooks film 1982 [5]
Jim Gardner Harry J. Lennix Commander in Chief Rod Lurie TV series 2006 Republican/
Independent
[6]
Robert (Robby) Jackson N/A The Bear and the Dragon Tom Clancy novel 2000 [7]
June Syers N/A The Kid Who Ran For President Dan Gutman children's book 1996
Presidential candidates
Name Actor Title of the work of fiction Writer Type of fiction Year Party Notes
General Warren Boutwell Billy Dee Williams Undercover Brother Michael McCullers
John Ridley
film 2002
Senator Joy Eamonn Walker Bonekickers
(episode 02, Warriors)
Matthew Graham
Ashley Pharoah
TV series 2008
Senator Gary H. Wright Joe Morton House, M.D.
(episode 1-17, Role Model)
Matt Witten TV series 2005 Democratic

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  1. ^ running mate of the President-Elect, who gets shot
  2. ^ The Vice President is still alive but elderly and infirm; he declines to assume the Presidency upon the death of the President. The Presidency thus passes to the black President pro tem of the Senate.
  3. ^ Some sources indicate that Melanie may have been the first female African American actress to portray an American president on television.
  4. ^ A woman
  5. ^ based on Charles McCarry's novel The Better Angels
  6. ^ He accepts to run for Vice President under Mackenzie Allen, but even though it is implied that they win, that is not actually shown in the series.
  7. ^ Is assassinated by a former Ku Klux Klan member