Donald Muldrow Griffith Bio

Donald Muldrow Griffith, son of John and Edith Griffith. Born in Chicago, Illinois. Degree in Psychology from Loyola University. After therapeutic positions in mental institutions, hospitals, children’s homes and with juvenile offenders, finally studied singing, acting, dancing, leading to performances in Chicago, New York City and by invitation, in Berlin, Germany. The journey continues into an interesting present and future, with the founding organizations Fountainhead Tanz Théâtre / Black International Cinema Berlin, The Collegium – Forum & Television Program Berlin, “Footprints in the Sand?” Exhibition Berlin and Cultural Zephyr e.V.

He played the starring roles in the Broadway Musicals “Pippin,” “Stop The World, I Want To Get Off,” “Lyrics Of Sunshine And Shadows,” where he, under the direction of Oscar Brown Jr., portrayed the poet, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, and was also nominated “Most Promising New Off Broadway Actor,” by the New York Drama Critics for his featured roles in “Contributions,” a three act drama in which Donald Muldrow Griffith appeared in two of the three acts.