Charles Dumas

Biography: Charles Dumas has been part of the acting profession since the 1960s, when his original love was the theatre. He left for many years and focussed on teaching, eventually taking a position as an associate professor of Theater and African and African American studies at Penn State, but returned to acting in 1983, soon landing a minor role in the film Jumpin' Jack Flash. Minor roles continued, leading to appearances on Law & Order and 100 Centre Street, and beginning in 2001 he played the recurring role of Judge LaRue on the NBC series Ed, which led to a number of his students getting roles as extras on the series. Dumas continues his duties as a professor at Penn State, but continues to act from time to time as well, and is also a noted playwright.

Charles Dumas' Scores

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Average career score: 61
Highest Metascore: 61 Where God Left His Shoes
Lowest Metascore: 61 Where God Left His Shoes
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 movie review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
61 Where God Left His Shoes Dec 12, 2008 Morris tbd