Albert Reed, Jr. (actor)
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Who is Albert Reed, Jr.?
Albert Reed, Jr.: Albert Reed Jr. was an American actor and law enforcement officer. He is best known for his recurring role as Alderman Fred Davis on the 1970s sitcom, Good Times. He also had a recurring role on the children's adventure series The Secret of Isis as Dr. Joshua Barnes and made guest appearances on The Jeffersons and Sanford & Son. On Sanford & Son, he appeared in the role of Grady Wilson, a cousin of Fred's, a part he played for just one episode; another role which involved a character named Grady Wilson, a longtime friend of Fred, would later go to actor Whitman Mayo. He portrayed "Lieutenant Ned Ordway" in the original Airport movie, a case of art imitating life, as Reed was also an airport law enforcement official.
- born on (104 years ago) in Texas
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
- died on (28 years ago) in Bishop
- filmography: played Lt. Ned Ordway in "Airport"
- TV series: "The Secrets of Isis"
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