Roscoe H. Orman

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Roscoe H. Orman Wiki Biography

Roscoe H. Orman was born on 11th June 1944, in The Bronx, New York City USA, and is an actor, comedian, children’s book author and children’s lawyer. However, he is undoubtedly best known for starring in the long-running children’s television series “Sesame Street” (1974 – 2013). Orman has been active in the entertainment industry since 1962.

How much is the net worth of Roscoe Orman? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $700,000, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Film and television are the major sources of Orman’s net worth.

To begin with, the boy was raised in the Bronx, and was educated at New York City’s High School of Art and Design.Concerning his professional career, Orman began acting in local theatres in 1962 while still at college, including playing on Broadway, but subsequently divided his time between New York and New Orleans where in the mid-‘60s he was part of Free Southern Theater.

He began playing on television in 1974, starting with the movie “Willie Dynamite”. After that he played several roles in a variety of television series and films, including “Julius Caesar” (1979) and “Coriolanus” (1979). However, the best known role landed by Roscoe has been that of Gordon in the television series “Sesame Street”, appearing in over 100 episodes from 1974 to 2009; he was the third performer after Matt Robinson and Hal Miller, who embodied this role. His extended run clearly added consistently to his net worth.

In addition to this, Orman has also played in various movies, and spin-offs of “Sesame Street”, including “Sesame Street Home Video Visits the Firehouse” (1990), “Sesame Street: Three Bears and a New Baby” (2003), “Ready to School” (2007) and others. It is worth mentioning the fact that Orman portrayed Mr. Cameron in the television series “Law & Order” (2001 – 2004). The actor was also seen in the television series “Kojak in Manhattan” (1977) as well as “Sex & the City” (2002).

In 2006, Orman wrote an autobiography about his work in Sesame Street called “Sesame Street Dad: Evolution of An Actor”, and in 2007 he wrote a children’s book called “Ricky and Mobo”. Since 2008, he is also active as a narrator of audio books for, a way of encouraging children to become more involved in ‘reading’ books, and writing too, as commented directly referring to Roscoe by NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

To conclude, all the above mentioned engagements have added sums to the total size of Roscoe Orman’s net worth.

Finally, in the personal life, Orman has been married to Kimberley LaMarque Orman since 2013, not long after he and first wife Sharon divorced; he has four children, with son Miles appearing with him in the television series “Sesame Street”. The family resides in New Jersey.

IMDB Wikipedia “Coriolanus” (1979) “Kojak in Manhattan” (1977) “Law & Order” (2001 – 2004) “Ready to School” (2007) “Sesame Street Home Video Visits the Firehouse” (1990) “Sesame Street: Three Bears and a New Baby” (2003) “Sesame Street” (1974 – 2013) “Sex & the City” (2002) “Willie Dynamite” (1974) $700 Thousand 1944 Actor Actors African American Cheyenne Orman Comedian Entertainer Hal Miller High School of Art and Design Julius Caesar (1979) June 11 Kimberley LaMarque Orman Kimberley LaMarque Orman (m. 2013) Matt Robinson Miles Orman New York New York City New York City’s High School of Art and Design Rasheda Orman Roscoe H. Orman Roscoe Hunter Orman Roscoe Orman Roscoe Orman Net Worth Roscoe Ormon Sharon Orman Sharon Orman (m. ?–2013) Solana Orman The Bronx United States United States of America Writer

Roscoe H. Orman Quick Info

Full NameRoscoe Orman
Net Worth$700,000
Date Of BirthJune 11, 1944
Place Of BirthThe Bronx, New York City, New York, United States
Height6 ft. 0 in. (183 cm)
ProfessionWriter, Actor, Comedian, Entertainer
EducationNew York City’s High School of Art and Design
SpouseKimberley LaMarque Orman (m. 2013), Sharon Orman (m. ?–2013)
ChildrenMiles Orman, Rasheda Orman, Cheyenne Orman, Solana Orman
NicknamesRoscoe H. Orman , Roscoe Ormon , Roscoe Hunter Orman , Roscoe H Orman
AwardsAudelco Theatre Awards
NominationsGrammy Awards (1976)
Movies“Willie Dynamite” (1974), “Julius Caesar” (1979), “Coriolanus” (1979)
TV Shows“Sesame Street” (1974 – 2013), “Sesame Street Home Video Visits the Firehouse” (1990), “Sesame Street: Three Bears and a New Baby” (2003), “Ready to School” (2007), “Law & Order” (2001 – 2004), “Kojak in Manhattan” (1977), “Sex & the City” (2002), “All My Children…

Roscoe H. Orman Trademarks

  1. Clean shaven head, long before it became fashionable

Roscoe H. Orman Important Facts

  • Former partner of Sharon Joiner-Orman (1970-2010). They had four children together but never legally married.
  • In addition to his 4 children with Sharon Joiner-Orman, he also had a daughter Kalah from another relationship in the late 1980s.
  • Thought to have been deceased by fans, he is alive and well. On August 8, 2002, news had spread that an actor who played Gordon on Sesame Street (1969) had died. This news led many to think it was Orman, but in fact it was actually talented writer and actor Matt Robinson, who originated the role in 1969. [August 2002]
  • Performed at the Delaware Theatre Company (Wilmington, Delaware) in a production Alfred Uhry’s “Driving Miss Daisy” with Louisa Flanigam and Scott Wakefield. [March 2007]
  • His son Miles Orman played forward on the basketball team of Marist College.

Roscoe H. Orman Filmography

The Night Of2016TV Mini-SeriesJury ForemanActor
Sesame Street1974-2014TV SeriesGordon
Trash Gordon
Gordon Robinson
Alpha House2013TV SeriesRandallActor
Little Children, Big Challenges2012-2013TV SeriesGordonActor
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2008-2013TV SeriesJerome Howard / Bryant DavisActor
Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life2011Dr. GradyActor
Elmo’s Rainbow & Other Springtime Stories2010VideoActor
Compliments of the Serpent2008Video shortMike StantonActor
The Wire2008TV SeriesOff. Oscar RequerActor
Coney Island2007ShortBossActor
Ready for School2007VideoGordonActor
30 Days2006/IJo JoActor
Elmo’s Potty Time2006VideoGordonActor
Twilight’s Last Gleaming2005ShortHank “Mud” GoodActor
Sesame Street: Friends to the Rescue2005VideoGordonActor
Law & Order2001-2004TV SeriesMr. Cameron / Trial Judge Alan KileyActor
Sesame Street Presents: The Street We Live On2004TV MovieGordonActor
Sesame Street: Three Bears and a New Baby2003VideoGordon RobinsonActor
Sex and the City2002TV SeriesTrain WaiterActor
Lifeline2000TV SeriesNarratorActor
Cosby1999TV SeriesMr. MasonActor
The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland1999GordonActor
Kids’ Favorite Songs1999Video shortGordonActor
Drive by: A Love Story1997ShortPopsActor
Elmo Saves Christmas1996VideoGordonActor
New Jersey Drive1995JudgeActor
Striking Distance1993Sid, Eddie Eiler’s PartnerActor
Sesame Street Home Video Visits the Hospital1990Video shortGordonActor
Sesame Street Home Video Visits the Firehouse1990Video shortGordonActor
The Jim Henson Hour1989TV SeriesGordonActor
Hard Time on Planet Earth1989TV SeriesCaptain RalstonActor
A Man Called Hawk1989TV SeriesMalcolmActor
Sesame Street, Special1988TV MovieGordonActor
Sing Along1987Video shortGordonActor
F/X1986Capt. Jake WallengerActor
Follow That Bird1985GordonActor
Don’t Eat the Pictures: Sesame Street at the Metropolitan Museum of Art1983TV MovieGordonActor
Julius Caesar1979VideoMarcus BrutusActor
Christmas Eve on Sesame Street1978TV MovieGordonActor
Insight1977TV SeriesBody GuardActor
Kojak1977TV SeriesLieutenant ConnorsActor
Sanford and Son1975TV SeriesAl RobinsonActor
Willie Dynamite1974WillieActor
All My Children1970TV SeriesTyrone (1976)Actor
Sesame Street Home Video Visits the Firehouse1990Video short performer: “Waiting For The Bell To Ring”Soundtrack
Sesame Street, Special1988TV Movie performer: “Sing Your Synonyms”Soundtrack
Sesame Street: Bedtime Stories and Songs1986Video short performer: “Snuffle Lullabye” 1985 – uncreditedSoundtrack
Follow That Bird1985performer: “Ain’t No Road Too Long”Soundtrack
Christmas Eve on Sesame Street1978TV Movie performer: “True Blue Miracle”Soundtrack
I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story2014DocumentaryHimselfSelf
From Broadway with Love: A Benefit Concert for Sandy Hook2013TV MovieHimselfSelf
The 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards2009TV SpecialHimself / Gordon (#3)Self
See What I’m Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary2009DocumentaryHimselfSelf
Tavis Smiley2006TV SeriesHimselfSelf
American Pimp1999DocumentaryWillie DynamiteSelf
Elmopalooza!1998TV SpecialGordonSelf
All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!1994TV SpecialGordonSelf
Sesame Street Stays Up Late!1993TV SpecialGordonSelf
Sesame Street: 20 and Still Counting1989TV SpecialGordon RobinsonSelf
A Sesame Street Christmas Carol2006VideoGordonArchive Footage
Sesame Street: Computer Caper2002VideoGordonArchive Footage
Sesame Street1988-1994TV SeriesGordonArchive Footage
Sesame Street: Bedtime Stories and Songs1986Video shortGordonArchive Footage