About Delroy Lindo
It has been announced that the overall amount of Delroy Lindo net worth reaches as high as 4 million dollars, according to the current calculate
+0ions. Delroy Lindo is known as an actor and a theater director. These two careers have also been the main ones when it comes to increasing the total estimate of Delroy Lindo net worth. His career has been recognized as he is a nominee of SAGA and Tony Awards. Delroy Lindo has won a Satellite Award, too.
Delroy Lindo has appeared in some Spike Lee’s movies, which made him very popular. One of such films was released in 1992, called “Malcolm X”, where he played the role of West Indian Archie. In 1994, he appeared in “Crooklyn”, where he played the role of Woody Carmichael. He is also known for some other characters he has portrayed, such as Catlett in “Get Shorty”, Detective Castlebeck in “Gone in 60 Seconds” and Arthur Rose in “The Cider House Rules”. Thus, his film work has made him a recognized actor and also added up to the total size of Delroy Lindo net worth.
In 2011, he was chosen for the role of Alderman Ronin Gibbons in the TV series called “The Chicago Code”.
The actor was born in 1952 in Eltham, London. Both of his parents were from Jamaica. When he was a kid, he already knew that he wanted to become an actor. This career later became one of the main sources of increasing the overall sum of Delroy Lindo net worth. His mother was working as a nurse, whereas his father worked a variety of jobs. When he was a teenager, Delroy Lindo moved to Toronto, Canada with his mother. When he became 16 years old, they moved to San Francisco, California. When he was 24 years old, Delroy Lindo got accepted to the American Conservatory Theater, where he was studying acting and from which he graduated in 1979.
In 1976, he appeared in his first production, which was a British film called “Find the Lady”. In 1979, he played the role of an Army Sergeant in the movie called “More American Graffiti”. Then, he stopped his film work for ten years in order to focus on his theater appearances. In 1982, he appeared in his first Broadway play called “”Master Harold”…and the Boys”. He played the role of Herald Loomis in the play called “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone” and for his role in it, the actor was nominated for a Tony Award.
In 1990, he made a comeback as a film actor when he appeared in the film called “Salute of the Jugger”. The film has become a cult classic. He became more noticed in 1994 when he appeared in the Spike Lee’s movie called “Crooklyn”. Therefore, both of his theater and film appearances have played a major role when it comes to increasing the overall amount of Delroy Lindo net worth.