Character actor Julius Carry dies at 56

Veteran thesp played Sho'nuff in 'Last Dragon'

Character actor Julius Carry died Aug. 19 in Los Angeles of pancreatic cancer. He was 56.

He had recurring roles on TV shows including “Two Guys And Girl,” “Boy Meets World,” “Grown Ups,” “The District,” “Cosby,” “Murphy Brown,” “It’s A Living” and “Duet.”

Carry appeared in more than 100 guest roles including “Hill Street Blues,” “Jag,” “Spin City” and “Moesha.”

He also appeared as the villain Sho’nuff in the cult pic “The Last Dragon.” Other feature credits included “The New Guy,” “Moving,” “World Gone Wild,” “The Man With The Red Shoe” and “The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh.”

Born in Chicago, his first screen credit was in “Disco Godfather.”

Carry is survived by his wife Naomi.

Donations may be made to The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

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  1. Ros says:

    Sho nuff was a great character always! Im watching a throw back !! Last dragon if i no goggle i never knew ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜rest in peace

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