Ralph Carter (b. 1961)
Good-guy Michael Evans, Good Times.
Looks like this now (circa 2005). Be advised -- you'll have to scroll down a bit.
Active in New York theater groups such as the Frank Silvera Writers' Workshop and Woody King Jr.'s New Federal Theatre (circa mid-2000s).
Appeared in off-Broadway revival of Melvin Van Peebles' Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death (2004), among numerous stage credits.
Tony nominee, at age 12, for the musical Raisin (1974).
Sightings (submitted by you, the fans):
"I met Ralph [Carter] several years ago in Brooklyn. I attended a Delta Sigma Theta sorority function, and Ralph was there selling some type of African items ... He was very nice and really cool to talk with. (Posted: October 2006)
"I spotted him some years ago in Brooklyn at Adelphi University. He and his mom were selling food. He was also a part of the program where a holistic practicioner, Queen Afua, said some prayer for him, referring to him as 'Brother Ralph.'" (Posted: January 2006)
Big Brooklyn Fan
"I don't know what he does professionally, but he's
spent his entire adult life living in Brooklyn. He
lives in [my neighborhood] and is very
active in the African-American Clinton Hill/Fort
Greene communities." (Posted: January 2005)
Good Times Fan Site
Wikipedia: Ralph Carter
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