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Theodore Rosevelt Wilson
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Theodore "Teddy" Wilson (December 10, 1943 â€“ July 21, 1991) was an American character actor best known for his recurring role as Sweet Daddy Williams on the CBS sitcom Good Times.
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Theodore "Teddy" Wilson (December 10, 1943 – July 21, 1991) was an American character actor best known for his recurring role as Sweet Daddy Williams on the CBS sitcom Good Times.
Born in New York City, New York, Wilson made his acting debut in the blaxploitation film, Cotton Comes to Harlem. He would go on to appear in several blaxploitation films of the era. In addition to films, Wilson also landed roles in several popular television shows. Wilson portrayed Earl the postman on the series That's My Mama. He also played several characters in the 1970s sitcom What's Happening!!, including the role of Al Dunbar in a popular two-part episode. In the conclusion of the two-part episode, Wilson's character gets arrested for bootlegging a Doobie Brothers concert.
In 1977, Wilson starred in the short-lived sitcom The Sanford Arms, a spin-off of Sanford and Son. After the series was canceled, Wilson made various guest appearances in episodes of The White Shadow (he also wrote a 1980 episode), Enos, Gimme a Break!, The Golden Girls and What's Happening Now. In 1986, he had a recurring role on another short-lived series, The Redd Foxx Show.
Wilson continued to work steadily throughout the late 1980s and 1990s appearing in Alien Nation, Dallas, Family Matters, Tales from the Crypt, Gabriel's Fire, Mama's Family and Quantum Leap. He was also featured in films The Hunter (1980), Blake Edwards' A Fine Mess and That's Life! (both 1986). Wilson made his last onscreen appearance in Blood in Blood Out, a 1993 crime drama released after his death.
Personal life and death
In 1980, Wilson married actress Joan Pringle. The couple had two children. On July 21, 1991, Wilson died of a stroke at the age of 47 in Los Angeles, California.
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Teddy Wilson died on 21st July, 1991. His last relationship was with Joan Pringle.
During his life he dated Joan Pringle from 1980 to 1991 and Lionel Hampton.
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