Contents[show] Biography Woody works as the Santa Barbara Police Department's corner and he has appeared … 14. Er hat vom ersten Moment an einen guten Draht zu Shawn und Gus und unterstützt die beiden nicht selten bei ihren eigenen Ermittlungen, selbst wenn sie mit ganz abgedrehten Ideen zu ihm kommen. In this same episode, it is revealed that Woody may have a crush on Karen, as he asks her if she was currently seeing anyone, and then when she tells him she's married with a child he says he guesses she'll only, "be the chief of doing (him) in (his) dreams!" It was the first UCLA–USC rivalry football game with national implications.[9]. In the film, Strode’s character recites the Declaration of Independence but apologizes for forgetting the phrase “all men are created equal,” a poignant line for the 1962 audience. As we got out of the L.A. area we found these racial tensions. Assistant Coroner Woody Strode em Sergeant Rutledge (1960). Pályafutása elején tízpróbázó és amerikaifutball-játékos volt, a második világháború után egyike a National Football League legelső afroamerikai játékosainak. He said, "Well, they're not tough enough to do what I want Sergeant Rutledge to be. While making Pork Chop Hill he became a close friend of director John Ford. When out on the road with the team, Strode had his first experience with racism, something he wasn't aware of growing up in Los Angeles. Psych debuted on Friday, July 7, 2006, immediately following the fifth-season premiere of Monk, and continued to be paired with the series until Monk's conclusion on December 4, 2009. [20], He based himself in Europe from 1968 to 1971.[7]. I'd play a Viking with blue contact lenses and a blond wig if I could. They were the first Black-American players to play in the NFL for many years. As the movie — which also included a few cameos by “Psych” characters like Chief Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson), Woody Strode (Kurt Fuller) and Mary Lightly (Jimmi Simpson) — … "It had dignity. 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His last film was The Quick and the Dead (1995), which starred Gene Hackman, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Russell Crowe. With James Roday Rodriguez, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson. Psych was the highest-rated US basic cable television premiere of 2006. Psych Memes Psych Tv Psych Quotes Memes Humor Funny Quotes Best Tv Shows Best Shows Ever Favorite Tv Shows Movies And Tv Shows. [3], "I got a cultural education—majored in history and education," he said in a 1971 interview. His world-class decathlon capabilities were spearheaded by a 50 ft (15 m) plus shot put (when the world record was 57 ft (17 m)) and a 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) high jump (the world record at time was 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)). Psych 2: Lassie Come Home. '"[11], He also said, "On the Pacific Coast there wasn't anything we couldn't do. In 1966, he landed a major starring role as a soldier of fortune and expert archer in The Professionals, a major box-office success that established him as a recognizable star. My dream is to play a Mexican bandit in the international market."[20]. Chat. I shit you not, I will die before I ever stop loving Psych. [16], In 1952, Strode wrestled almost every week from August 12, 1952, to December 10, 1952, in different cities in California. He was an Indian in Shalako (1968) and played a gunslinger in the opening sequence of Sergio Leone's Once Upon a Time in the West (1968). [2], He attended Thomas Jefferson High School in South East Los Angeles and college at UCLA, where he was a member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. After football, he went on to become a film actor, where he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Spartacus in 1960. High quality Woody Strode gifts and merchandise. Also, he appeared in several episodes of the 1952–1954 television series Ramar of the Jungle, where he portrayed an African warrior. An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works In "Autopsy Turvy", Woody begins a romantic relationship with Grace Larsen, a former flame and a mortician who helps Woody with a case. Fan Forum > TV Shows - Past > Psych > {the coroner}Woody Strode | Kurt Fuller #2: "I'm not ready to die, I still havent seen Gloria Estefan in concert yet! "[3], Strode posed for a nude portrait, part of Hubert Stowitts's acclaimed exhibition of athletic portraits shown at the 1936 Berlin Olympics (although the inclusion of black and Jewish athletes caused the Nazis to close the exhibit). The Head, the Tail, the Whole Damn Episode, Indiana Shawn and the Temple of the Kinda Crappy, Rusty Old Dagger, Remake A.K.A. He "came out" (without using a label) during ". Video. "I had five pairs of blue jeans, I was lonely, and I didn't speak the language," he said. He is wanted in the Philippines for unknown reasons. High Top Fade-Out Luana Strode), a distant relative of Liliuokalani, the last queen of Hawaii. In 1959 he portrayed the conflicted, some would say cowardly, Private Franklin in Pork Chop Hill, which brought him critical acclaim. – Glendora, Kalifornia, 1994. december 31.) Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. Woodrow Wilson Woolwine "Woody" Strode ( Los Angeles , 25 de Julho de 1914 - Glendora , 31 de Dezembro de 1994 ) foi um atleta de decatlo e futebol americano , e um dos primeiros negros americanos a … Kurt Fuller was fortunate to launch his career with the movies "Ghostbusters 2" and "Wayne's World". Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest. Follow. 09.01.2014 - Jennifer Mickler hat diesen Pin entdeckt. When World War II broke out, Strode was playing for the Hollywood Bears in the Pacific Coast Professional Football League. I carried the whole black race across that river."[3]. Last week, Lawson confirmed that Psych 2: Lassie Come Home will air this spring after Peacock takes flight this April. The gallery page for Woodrow Strode can be found here. [2] Following the end of his football career in 1949, he returned to wrestling part-time between acting jobs until 1962, wrestling the likes of Gorgeous George. He was in the All Coroner's League. In "Shawn 2.0" (5.08), he reveals that he had a wife. [10], After the war, he worked at serving subpoenas and escorting prisoners for the L.A. County District Attorney's Office[10] before being signed, briefly, to the Los Angeles Rams along with Kenny Washington. Strode posed for a nude portrait, part of Hu… He decided to stay in Europe. His 1968 starring role as a thinly-disguised Patrice Lumumba in Seduto alla sua destra (released in the U.S. as Black Jesus) garnered Strode a great deal of press at the time, but the film is largely forgotten now. In 1963, he was cast opposite Jock Mahoney's Tarzan as both the dying leader of an unnamed Asian country and that leader's unsavory brother, Khan, in Tarzan's Three Challenges. He was reluctant until they offered him $500 a week. “Coroner Woody Strode: The victim's name is Chris Cheramie he was killed by 9 MnMs. Woody the Coroner is taken hostage and although Shawn, Gus, Lassiter and Detective O'Hara try carefully to resolve the situation, Interim Chief Trout has a plan of his own. Kurt Fuller, Actor: Midnight in Paris. Shawn and Gus help Detective Lassiter enlist the help of Henry and Woody to solve the murder of a real estate executive. [19], They wanted him to shave his head. Strode was in City Beneath the Sea (1953) directed by Budd Boetticher, and The Royal African Rifles. In the late 1960s, he appeared in several episodes of the Ron Ely Tarzan television series. He was in the All Coroner's League. [6] They became famous nationally as "the Gold Dust gang". Directed by Steve Franks. He was also in Key West (1973), Loaded Guns (1975), The Manhunter (1975), We Are No Angels (1975), Winterhawk (1975), Keoma (1976), episodes of The Quest (1976) and How the West Was Won (1977), Oil (1977), Martinelli, Outside Man (1977), Kingdom of the Spiders (1977), Cowboy-San! Trapped for life. Status: May 13, 2012 - Dr. Woodrow Juniper "Woody" Strode (b. Strode and fellow UCLA alumnus Kenny Washington were two of the first African-Americans to play in major college programs and later the modern National Football League (along with Marion Motley and Bill Willis, who signed with the contemporary rival All-America Football Conference), playing for the Los Angeles Rams in 1946. 59 Dr. Grace Larsen was a mortician who used to date Woodyin college. I had the greatest Glory Hallelujah ride across the Pecos River that any black man ever had on the screen. Santa Barbara Coroner Woodrow "Woody" Strode may have been a late addition to the world of Psych, but there's no denying that he's arguably one of the series' weirdest and most memorable characters.As expertly portrayed by the comically gifted Kurt Fuller, Woody is … Psych: The Movie è un film TV commedia basato sulla nota serie TV di USA Network, Psych.Il film segue i personaggi di Psych tre anni dopo la fine della serie, nel 2014, a San Francisco.Il film è andato in onda il 7 dicembre 2017 su USA Network. He could be seen in The Gambler from Natchez (1954), Jungle Gents (1954) a Bowery Boys movie set in Africa, and The Silver Chalice (1954). He shares many character traits with Shawn. "You'd have thought I was marrying Lana Turner, the way the whites in Hollywood acted," he later said. First appearance: Ask. John Ford put classic words in my mouth... You never seen a Negro come off a mountain like John Wayne before. Dr. Woodrow Strode arbeitet als Gerichtsmediziner für das Santa Barbara Police Departement. Psych -- Last Night Gus. Kurt Fuller amerikai sportoló és színész. [8] They played eventual conference and national champion USC to a 0–0 tie with the 1940 Rose Bowl on the line. He was drafted at age 27 and soon joined the United States Army Air Corps and spent the war unloading bombs in Guam and the Marianas, as well as playing on the Army football team at March Field in Riverside, California. “I said, ‘All right, where are the pluckers?’" Then Strode realised, “I was out in the world market with a bald head. Woody begins a relationship with Ursula, Marlowe's parole officer and lover of Carlton after a one-night stand after Juliet gets them together to help Carlton and Marlowe live together in their own home. Gus: That's impossible. [7], With her he had a son, Kalai (a.k.a. In den 1920er Jahren begann Strode sich athletisch zu betätigen und konnte in den 1930er Jahren große Erfolge als Zehnkämpfer und Footballspieler für sich verbuchen. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In 1948 he signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers of the AAFC, but was released before the season started,[14] whereupon he joined the Calgary Stampeders of the Western Interprovincial Football Union in Canada, where he was a member of Calgary's 1948 Grey Cup Championship team[15] before retiring due to injury in 1949. At the end of the episode, it is revealed that it was Grace who was the murderer, and she wanted to be thought of as good as Woody. Create and share your own woody strode GIFs, with Gfycat He was in a TV adaptation of Mandrake the Magician (1954), a pilot for a series that was not picked up, and had small parts in Son of Sinbad (1955), Soldiers of Fortune (1955), and Buruuba (1956) a Japanese film set in Africa. Woody works as the Santa Barbara Police Department's corner and he has appeared many times since 2009, but he figures prominently in Season Six. [7], Along with Ray Bartlett, there were four Black Americans playing for the Bruins, when only a few dozen at all played on other college football teams. Strode's other television work included a role as the Grand Mogul in the Batman episodes "Marsha, Queen of Diamonds" and "Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds". Woody Strode em The Italian Connection (1972). Strode had an excellent support part in The Last Voyage (1960) playing a heroic stoker, though he was only billed fifth. However, it is clear that he didn't last very long in that gig when Shawn and Gus meet him in San Francisco during Psych: The Movie as an assistant coroner to Butterfly McMillan. "But the producers answered, 'Not necessary. He was billed as the Pacific Coast Heavyweight Wrestling Champion and the Pacific Coast Negro Heavyweight Wrestling Champion in 1962. Woody works as the Santa Barbara Police Department's corner and he has appeared many times since 2009, but he figures prominently in season six. THE MODEL: The Lego Psych Detective Agency is built on a 48x48 baseplate with a few thousand pieces, a design I hope to streamline in the "Updates" tab in the future. [25][26][27] In 1982 at the age of 68, he wed 35-year-old Tina Tompson,[27] and they remained married until his death of lung cancer on December 31, 1994, in Glendora, California, aged 80. [17] He later teamed up with both Bobo Brazil[18] and Bearcat Wright. [24], His first wife was Princess Luukialuana Kalaeloa (a.k.a. With James Roday Rodriguez, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson. And I did it myself. Cloudy... With a Chance of Improvement, https://psychusa.fandom.com/wiki/Woodrow_Strode?oldid=38792. Fuller doesn't join the cast until the series' fourth season, but as soon as he does, it becomes clear that the show could never exist without him again. Strode was next cast in Spartacus (1960) as the Ethiopian gladiator Draba, in which he has to fight Spartacus (played by Kirk Douglas) to the death. Woodrow Strode He served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. Despite being disturbing and making strange comments (for example he once proposed that a woman died of smallpox only to find out that it had been eradicated several decades previously), he seems to be good at his job. He later said his salary in Italy went up to $10,000 a week. [4][5], Strode, Kenny Washington, and Jackie Robinson starred on the 1939 UCLA Bruins football team, in which they made up three of the four backfield players. Strode made his first appearance in Sundown (1941) playing a native policeman. Some time after the events of The Break-Up, Woody was given the job as Head Medical Examiner for the State of California. Quote. The closing credits dedicate the film to Strode. -Woodrow "Woody" Strode, goofy SBPD coroner. Woody Strode, byname of Woodrow Wilson Woolwine Strode, (born July 28, 1914, Los Angeles, California, U.S.—died December 31, 1994, Glendora, California), American character actor who was part of director John Ford’s "family" of actors, appearing in nearly a dozen of Ford’s films. He even goes on a bender with Shawn, Gus, and Lassiter. He predicts that Gus will die by slipping in the bathtub. He even goes on a bender with Shawn, Gus, and Lassiter ("Last Night Gus"). This led to a role in "Anger Management" with Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler and the opportunity to be part of the all-star cast of Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris". Hell, we thought we were white."[12]. Woody is also very quirky, using strange examples and making comments and … The scripts for these were variable but Strode later said "Me, I didn't care. Photo. She murdered a man, and then made Woody look incompetent, because she was jealous of Woody's success, but the two seemed to rekindle their romance.She is portrayed by Glenne Headly. [13] UCLA teammate Jackie Robinson would go on to break the color barrier in Major League Baseball (in fact, Robinson, Strode and Washington had all played in the semi-professional Pacific Coast Professional Football League earlier in the decade). Ford gave Strode the title role in Sergeant Rutledge (1960) as a member of the Ninth Cavalry, greatly admired by the other black soldiers in the unit, who is falsely accused of the rape and murder of a white woman. He is an NBA fan, particularly the Sacramento Kings. "We were unconscious of color. He first appeared in "High Top Fade Out" (4.07) and then became a frequently recurring character. modifier Psych: Enquêteur malgré lui (Psych) est une série télévisée américaine en un pilote de 66 minutes et 120 épisodes de 42 minutes, créée par Steve Franks (en) , diffusée entre le 7 juillet 2006 et le 26 mars 2014 sur USA Network aux États-Unis et entre 2006 et 2009 pour les trois premières saisons sur CH / E! Last appearance: [1], Strode was born in Los Angeles. "[20], During Ford's declining years Strode spent four months sleeping on the director's floor as his caretaker, and he was later present at Ford's death.[22]. Link. WoodmanThe WoodsterWoody the CoronerWoodmasterSlim Strode was in Storyville (1992), and Posse (1992), working with director Mario Van Peebles. We used to sit in the best seats at the Coconut Grove (a nightclub in the Ambassador Hotel) listening to Donald Novis sing. No black men had played in the NFL from 1933 to 1946. He guest starred on The Man from Blackhawk (1960). Woody stated that they were both what each other was looking for. Boston Globe December 20, 1981: 1. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. [citation needed], Strode's acting career was re-activated when producer Walter Mirisch spotted him wrestling and cast him as an African warrior in The Lion Hunters (1951), one of the Bomba the Jungle Boy series. world-of-psych . "I once played a part written for an Irish prize fighter. "[7], "That was a classic," he later said. [3] He called it "the first dramatic thing that I had done."[7]. He was a decathlete and football star who was one of the first Black American players in the National Football League in the postwar era. I've done everything but play an Anglo-Saxon. He is portrayed by Kurt Fuller. If the money was right, I'd play Mickey Mouse.”[3], Strode went to Europe to make Scipio the African (1971) and did some more Westerns: The Last Rebel (1971), and The Revengers (1972) (a "regular knockdown, drag‐out western” said Strode[3]). Strode had difficulty maintaining the momentum of these roles. During the second season, an animated segment titled "The Big Adventures of Little Shawn and Gus" was added to the series. His world-class decathlon capabilities were spearheaded by a 50 ft (15 m) plus shot put (when the world record was 57 ft (17 m)) and a 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) high jump (the world record at time was 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)). puis sur le réseau Global , au Canada . "The big studios wanted an actor like Sidney [Poitier] or [Harry] Belafonte," recalled Strode. Strode was very close to the director. Kalaeloa), in 1946, and a daughter, June. Leben. Grid View List View. Sheriff Woody of the Toy Story series of animated films is named after Strode, as was the recurring character of the Santa Barbara Coroner in the television series Psych. He had a small role in Star Spangled Rhythm (1942), as a chauffeur of Rochester (Edward Anderson) and could be glimpsed in No Time for Love (1943). 4 Woody Strode In a series filled with quirky, unconventional characters, Kurt Fuller's coroner Woodrow "Woody" Strode is arguably Psych 's weirdest - and maybe its funniest, too. Woody Strode was tall of build, bald of pate, with a striking screen presence; had he been born white or later he might have became a star. He appeared once on Johnny Weissmuller's 1955–1956 syndicated television series Jungle Jim and was in an episode of Private Secretary. Woody Strode. Coroner Woody Strode: Your right that seems low. They were married until her death in 1980 due to Parkinson's disease. Search results for woody strode GIFs. He predicts Shawn will die in a gangland-style execution; they'll never find his head. "I had a certain amount of crudeness that went back a hundred years, and that's what he liked. Filter by post type. Dr. Woodrow Juniper "Woody" Strode (b. Woodrow Wilson Woolwine Strode (July 25, 1914 – December 31, 1994) was an American athlete and actor. [30], Sheriff Woody of the Toy Story series of animated films is named after Strode,[31] as was the recurring character of the Santa Barbara Coroner in the television series Psych. I think I like him better bald! You ride horses.' Meanwhile, Shawn struggles with a life decision. She explains he was fired for closing up a cadaver with a chili dog in the chest cavity, but Woody insists it was rather the fact that he opened the cadaver back up in order to retrieve his lunch that got him fired. Age: In 1980, Strode was inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame. He is killed and his death sparks a gladiator rebellion. He broke two ribs and a shoulder. As the movie — which also included a few cameos by “Psych” characters like Chief Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson), Woody Strode (Kurt Fuller) and Mary Lightly (Jimmi Simpson) — … Strode was a gladiator in Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954) and was in Jungle Man-Eaters (1954), a Jungle Jim film. " [20], Strode was in Che! Grace Larsen (formerly) Cecil B. DeMille cast him in The Ten Commandments (1956) as a slave at $500 a week for five weeks. "He treated me like a son," said Strode. He guest starred on The Lieutenant, The Farmer's Daughter and Daniel Boone and had roles in the features Genghis Khan (1965) and 7 Women (1966), the latter the last film he made for Ford. Woodrow strode < > Most recent. 1954) is the coroner operating at the SBPD from Season Four onward. Dr. Woodrow "Woody" Strode (Kurt Fuller) is the quirky coroner for Santa Barbara. All posts. "It was like I had fought Joe Louis," he recalled. Directed by Mel Damski. [28] He is buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California. Please!" I'd do that if I could. Draba wins the contest, but instead of killing Spartacus, he attacks the Roman military commander who paid for the fight. Please!" Family: Strode was born in Los Angeles. His wife cheated on him twelve times; the known instances are with her personal trainer, White Sox slugger Harold Baines, and a cabbie from Khartoum named Matak. Unique Psych Suck It Stickers designed and sold by artists. Most popular Most recent. Fan Forum > TV Shows - Past > Psych > {the coroner}Woody Strode | Kurt Fuller #2: "I'm not ready to die, I still havent seen Gloria Estefan in concert yet! Audio. "Race is not a factor in the world market," he said in 1981. Elaine Strode (former wife)Missy Strode (daughter) (1978), Ravagers (1979), Jaguar Lives! 25 notes He was in The Sins of Rachel Cade (1961) and guest starred on Rawhide, playing an Australian aboriginal in the latter. M, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor, Pacific Coast Professional Football League, "Woody Strode (1914-1994) - Find A Grave Memorial", "Woody Strode? Aliases: Accessories: Evidence bag, bone. [23], He did The Italian Connection (1972), for which he was paid $150,000. In the Psych fan vote, the result of which was announced during the ". Strode's later appearances included Cuba Crossing (1980),The Dukes of Hazzard (1980), Scream (1981), Fantasy Island (1981), Vigilante (1982), Invaders of the Lost Gold (1982), Angkor: Cambodia Express (1983), The Black Stallion Returns (1983), The Violent Breed (1984), Jungle Warriors (1984), The Cotton Club (1984), The Final Executioner (1984), Lust in the Dust (1985), On Fire (1987), and A Gathering of Old Men (1987). [21], He had a support role in Tarzan's Fight for Life (1958) and a small part in The Buccaneer (1958). Text. His parents were from New Orleans; his grandmother was a Black Cherokee and his grandfather was a Black Creek. 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