- Mixed-Race Actor: Paul Satterfield [Paul Satterfield, in a still from the opening sequence of One Life to Live.]Message 1 of 1 , Jan 10, 2007View Source
Paul Satterfield (born 1960 in Nashville, Tennesee) is
a Mixed-Race American actor of whose lineage includes that
of being 1/4 Amerindian (Cherokee tribe) ancestral lineage.
Satterfield began his credited career
with roles in films and television shows .
He later went on in 1991 to originate the role of
Paul Hornsby on the ABC daytime serial 'General
Hospital' -- a part he portrayed until 1994.
He then starred along Jennifer Lopez in the
short-lived television series, 'Hotel Malibu'.
After numerous appearances of the big and small screens,
Satterfield returned to soap operas portraying Dr. Pierce
Peterson on the 'Boal and the Beautiful' from 1998 to 1999.
Satterfield then went on to portray the role of
Dr. Spencer Truman on the ABC daytime serial
'One Life to Live' (a role he originated in June 2005).
Paul is the nephew of the singer Rita Coolidge.
Paul's sister, Laura, is a member of
the Cherokee singing group `Walela'.
She sings with both her aunt Rita Coolidge
and her mother, Priscilla Coolidge-Jones.
Paul has also worked as a back-up
singer on some of his aunt's albums.
Walela members: Rita Coolidge; Laura Satterfield; Priscilla Coolidge-Satterfield-Jones
Walela members: Rita Coolidge; Laura Satterfield
(with dyed hair); Priscilla Coolidge-Satterfield-Jones
Walela: Cherokee Sisters Sing Their Way to Stardom
Note of Interest:
After her marriage to Paul's father ended, Paul's mother,
Priscilla Coolidge, later married black musician 'Booker
T. Jones' (of the 1960's jazz hit 'Green Onions' fame)