Richard Roundtree, who left a mark on the world with his notorious exhibition in the Shaft film set of three, died on Tuesday
Karen M. Ciernia is the second ex of entertainer Richard Roundtree
Trevor, Richard Jr., and Tayler were their three kids together
Entertainer Richard Roundtree, who impacted the world forever with his notorious presentation in the Shaft film set of three, died on Tuesday after a short battle with pancreatic malignant growth, with his family close by.
Richard Roundtree’s profession was an interwoven that traversed fifty years and incorporated many positions. Ava DuVernay’s OWN series “Love the Day” had her breakout execution as a primary cast part in Season 2, following her outstanding early appearance on “As the World Turns” in 1956.
Be that as it may, he is generally known for playing agent John Shaft in the activity thrill ride from 1971. He got back to the job in the continuation, Shaft’s Big Score! (1972) and Shaft in Africa (1973). Furthermore, Roundtree featured in the 1973 Shaft television series, which ran for a short time frame.
The entertainer was hitched two times. He was first hitched to Mary Jane Award and the second time he got hitched to Karen M. Ciernia.
Who is Karen M. Ciernia?
Karen M. Ciernia is the second ex of entertainer Richard Roundtree. Trevor, Richard Jr., and Tayler were their three kids together.
Karen M. Ciernia’s calling and individual life are still for the most part obscure, and not much is realized about her public exercises following her 1998 separation from Roundtree.
Albeit the subtleties of Roundtree and Ciernia’s most memorable experience are obscure, they got hitched on September 19, 1980. Their eighteen-year marriage finished in separate in 1998.
Roundtree has not offered many comments out in the open about his union with Ciernia or the explanations for their separation. In 1993, in any case, he expressed in a meeting with Quintessence magazine that he was searching for a spouse who might be “clever,” “strong,” and a “great mother to his kids.” He likewise pushed how significant it was for a lady to mentally challenge and draw in him.