Ken Howard, TV Actor, Union Leader, Dies

Howard’s career spanned four decades in TV, theater and film. In the acclaimed CBS series The White Shadow, which aired from 1978-81, he starred as a white coach to an urban high school basketball team — a part, one of Howard’s best known, that drew on the personal history of the 6-foot-6 actor, who played basketball growing up on Long Island in New York and at Amherst College. He was 71.

Howard Beats Richardson For SAG-AFTRA Presidency

Ken Howard Wins SAG-AFTRA Presidency

Veteran actor Ken Howard has won another term as president of SAG-AFTRA, Hollywood’s largest entertainment union. Howard easily defeated his challenger, NYPD Blue actor Esai Morales, to determine who will lead the performers union over the next two years.

Ken Howard Joins ABC Pilot ‘Counter Culture’

Ken Howard Re-Elected As SAG President

SAG President Ken Howard To Seek Another Term