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TV Legend Julius Carry Dies of Cancer

August 21st, 2008 | by Staff
Julius Carry

Actor Julius Carry passed away on Tuesday (Aug 19) after a long bout with pancreatic cancer.

Mr. Carry, made famous by his portrayal of Sho Nuff, The Shogun of Harlem in the 1985 Kung-Fu flick “The Last Dragon,” was a heavy weight in the TV industry, appearing in a numerous shows dating back to the late 1970s including, “227,” “Hill Street Blues,” “Benson,” “The Jeffersons” “Columbo,” “It’s a Living,” “The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.,” “The District,” “Diagnosis Murder,” “Boy Meets World,” “Half & Half,” and “JAG.”

The Last Dragon” was produced by Berry Gordy and also starred Prince protégé Vanity.

Mr. Carry is survived by his wife Naomi. He was 56.

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