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Edward Edwards is an American television and film actor, who Graduated from Sunset High School in Dallas, Texas.
Edwards has had minor roles in over fifty different television shows since his acting debut in 1974, in shows such as The Dukes of Hazzard , Family Ties , ALF , House , Desperate Housewives , 24 , Commander in Chief , Boston Legal , Without a Trace , CSI: Crime Scene Investigation , NYPD Blue , Monk , Criminal Minds , Frasier and JAG .
He has also appeared in minor roles in films such as Gang Related (1997), Bounce (2000) and Duplex (2003).
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