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After 60 years in showbiz, Glynn Turman has seen it all. And he’s not done yet | Los Angeles Times

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After 60 years in showbiz, Glynn Turman has seen it all. And he’s not done yet | Los Angeles Times

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If you’re wondering why Glynn Turman keeps popping up in high-profile projects, the veteran actor can break it down for you.

“My manager calls it ‘the Glynnaissance,’” said Turman in a Zoom interview, flashing a smile that lights up the computer screen like a Christmas tree.

More than six decades after his debut in the original Broadway production of “A Raisin in the Sun,” and more than 40 years since his breakthrough in the nostalgic coming-of-age movie “Cooley High,” Turman is hard at work, scoring plum roles in prestigious films and TV series.

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