David Hart


David Hart

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  • David Hart (actor) — Born February 6, 1954 (1954 02 06) (age 57) Marianna, Florida David Hart (born February 6, 1954) in Marianna, Florida, is an actor best known for his portrayal of Sgt. Parker Williams on the hit television series In the Heat of the Night. He …   Wikipedia

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  • David Liebe Hart — Born 19 April 1955 (1955 04 19) (age 56) Park Forest, Illinois Other names D.L. Hart, David Unger Hart, David King Liebe Hart, David Nkrumah Liebe Hart Occupation Musician, Puppeteer …   Wikipedia

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