Albert P. Hall was born November 10, 1937 in the small town of Boothton, Alabama. He's a veteran African-American actor, who attended Columbia University and graduated from their in 1971. But his most famous film role was probably in 1979, when he played Chief Phillips in Francis Ford Coppola's award-winning Apocalypse Now. Contemporary audiences will probably recognize Hall as stern judge Seymour Walsh, a recurring guest-role, on popular TV shows Ally McBeal and The Practice.
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