Marquette Mourns Loss of Alumnus

Tab Baker

Marquette University mourns the loss of alumnus Terrence “Tab” Baker. Baker, an actor and stage performer, died in his Chicago home on August 9. He was known for his work in numerous area movie, television and theatrical productions. According to an obituary in the Chicago Tribune, Baker appeared in shows incuding “Prison Break,” “Cupid,” “E/R” and “Early Edition,” movies such as “Save the Last Dance,” and “Gladiator,” and productions at the Chicago Theatre Company, Northlight Theatre and Goodman Theatre. Terrence also acting taught at Columbia College in Chicago. He will be missed by friends and family. Image: Chicago Tribune Online

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