Sean Ringgold

Sean Ringgold, (born November 3, 1977) is an American actor and former bodyguard. He is best known for his role as Shaun Evans on the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live, and portraying Suge Knight in the Notorious B.I.G. biopic Notorious. He also had a cameo in American Gangster and the Smurfs[1] movie. Previously, he has had parts in multiple hit television series such as CW television drama Gossip Girl and Ugly Betty. Ringgold also had featured roles in Orange is the New Black,[2] Billions,[3] the Netflix series, Luke Cage, as the gangster Sugar,[4] and as Correctional Officer Huey Cornell on the ABC drama For Life.[5]

Sean Ringgold
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Ringgold in 2016
Born (1977-11-03) November 3, 1977 (age 44)
OccupationActor
Years active1998-present
Websitehttps://www.seanringgold.com

Early lifeEdit

Sean Ringgold was raised in Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York. For many years he was known as a New York State Arm Wrestling Champion. His fans may remember him as the, “Rockaway Flash.” When he wasn't working in the arm wrestling sector, Ringgold worked as a Protection Specialist for BET's 106 and Park. In 2009 after working with many A List celebrities, Ringgold decided to retire from the Body Guard industry and start his acting career. After being cast for the role of Shaun Evans, Ringgold got his break into acting on ABC's One Life To Live. Since then, he has had acting roles in numerous hit TV shows and Series including Netflix’s Luke Cage, Billions, Orange is the New Black, Shades Of Blue, Gotham, Gossip Girl and multiple episodes of Law and Order. Ringgold has also been featured in commercials for Budweiser, Burger King, Dr. Scholl's, Dunkin Donuts, Delta Airlines, Kia, Fiat 500 by Gucci, Pfizer Nexium, Nike, Time Warner Cable and Spike TV.[citation needed]

PhilanthropyEdit

Sitting on the Board of Directors, Ringgold works with the nonprofit organization Heartshare St. Vincent's, which provides training, employment, case management, individual and family support, as well as health care services, for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disorders. Ringgold has also lent his time and voice to support and speak on behalf of several other causes, including The Men's Health Summit for The Whittier Street Health Center, Get Reel with Your Dreams, The Island of Grenada, and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.[citation needed]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "One Life to Live: Sean Ringgold In Smurfs!". soaps.sheknows.com.
  2. ^ "ONE LIFE TO LIVE's Sean Ringgold Joins Netflix's ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK!". ABC Soaps In Depth.
  3. ^ "'One Life to Live' Alum Sean Ringgold Guest Stars Tonight on Billions". www.serialscoop.com.
  4. ^ "Marvel's Luke Cage | Netflix". www.netflix.com.
  5. ^ "Sean Ringgold". IMDb. Retrieved 2021-01-22.

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