Raymond St. Jacques

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Raymond St. Jacques (March 1, 1930 – August 27, 1990) was an American actor. St. Jacques was born James Arthur Johnson in Hartford, Connecticut, the son of Vivienne Johnson, a medical technician. He was known for playing the roles of Coffin Ed in the 1970 blaxploitation classic Cotton Comes to Harlem, The Green Berets, Rawhide, he had an early role in The Pawnbroker, the street preacher in They Live, the investigator Baxter in The Invaders episode The Vise (1968), and a two year stint as Judge Clayton C. Thomas on the syndicated TV show Superior Court from 1988 to 1989. St. Jacques died from lymphoma in Los Angeles, California in 1990.
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