Hollywood has lost another member of the acting community. According to reports, James Greene has passed away at the age of 91.
Greene is best known for his roles on the stages of Broadway as well as his time spent with the "Parks and Rec" television show. He is survived by his wife and son.
"Greene also was known for his stint as Davey McQuinn, the elevator attendant in Molly's (Blair Brown) apartment complex, on The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd. Created by Jay Tarses, the acclaimed comedy-drama ran on NBC and Lifetime from 1987-91. Greene made his Broadway debut as a member of the chorus in a 1951 production of Romeo and Juliet starring Olivia de Havilland. Between that and the 1991 comedy La Bete, he appeared in 22 other Broadway plays and another 29 plays off-Broadway," reported The Hollywood Reporter.
Sadly, Greene passed away at his home in Los Angeles. Please join us in praying for his family during this sad time. We ask for God's healing grace to surround them.
"On NBC's Parks and Recreation, Greene made 16 appearances over three seasons as Fielding Milton, one of the five city council members of Pawnee, Indiana. His character, first elected in 1948 as a member of the Dixiecrat Party — its platform: De-integrate Baseball — was chairman of the Commitment to Re-convert the Pawnee Japanese Internment Camp Museum Back into a Working Internment Camp," according to the article.
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