Fred Rerun Berry Funeral

Fred Berry Funeral

Fred Berry is an African American actor who was best known for playing the character of Rerun on the 1970s television sitcom What’s Happening! He died at his home in Los Angeles on October 21, 2003.

At the time of his death, he was 52. In his biography, Berry said he had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and had lost over 100 pounds. A recent stroke is also suspected to be a factor. The county coroner is examining the circumstances of his death.

Berry started his career as a dancer in the early ’70s and later became part of a group of break dancers in Los Angeles called the Lockers. They made appearances on NBC’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ in 1975 and 1976.

After the show ended, he was unable to land other acting roles. For this reason, he tried to earn money by reciting the Bible at churches and speaking at schools. However, he ended up losing money due to drug use.

Berry married two women, first in his twenties and then again in his thirties. His second wife, Darlene Bitten, divorced him in 1999.

During his twenties, he performed on the television dance show Soul Train. As a result of this, Berry began to gain fame and was soon a millionaire. Eventually, he moved to Huntsville, Alabama, where he was an associate minister at Little Shiloh Baptist Church. Although he was successful, Berry was also plagued with depression. Despite his success, he was not able to stop his addiction to drugs.

In the late ’90s, he met his future wife, Essie. Their relationship ended after six years. Berry said the shows didn’t pay him enough, and that his lifestyle was expensive.

Eventually, he became an ordained Baptist minister and started speaking at churches. But he also had to work as an actor to survive. Berry acted in a number of movies and even appeared on the TV show Scrubs. He also made a cameo in the movie Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star.

Berry was a bulb-shaped actor who had a squeaky voice. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Besides acting, he had a passion for music and dancing. One of his earliest performances was in a slo-mo dance sequence on Soul Train.

Berry is survived by his daughter, who played the role of Lady Rerun in a Safe Auto commercial. The actor’s first wife, Carol Ann Ross, divorced him in 1991. In 1993, Berry moved from Los Angeles to Huntsville. Despite his success, he was still addicted to drugs, and he lost his job as a dancer when he suffered a stroke in 1995.

Fred Berry’s funeral was attended by Ernest Lee Thomas, who played Raj on the show. David Spade, who played himself on the show, praised Berry. Despite his early fame, he suffered from drug and alcohol abuse, and had a hard time finding work after the show ended.

He reportedly spent over a million dollars on drugs and cars. In an attempt to make more money, he worked at shopping malls. Ultimately, he died of natural causes.

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