I loved interviewing legendary actor Glynn Turman on the red carpet of The NAACP theater awards. This guy has done some amazing work in his acting career from Cooley High to Queen Sugar. He talked about Showtime's House of Lies and he shares some advice. Watch below.
In interviewed three-time Emmy nominee Dondré T. Whitfield who plays irrigation specialist Remy Newell on OWN's hit show, Queen Sugar. I remember Dondré from his recurring roles on The Cosby Show. He was also on daytime drama Another World before landing his long-running role as Terence Frye on the hit daytime drama All My Children. For that role, Dondré was nominated for the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series three years in a row.
Dondré is no stranger to big-screen audiences either, starring opposite Vivica A. Fox in The Salon and in a wide range of major studio and independent films, including director Ava DuVernay’s Middle of Nowhere with David Oyelowo, White Man’s Burden, Homeboyz II: Crack City, Two Can Play That Game, Pastor Brown, 35 and Ticking and the Helen Mirren–directed film Happy Birthday. A former semipro baseball player, Dondré was tapped to co-star as Skillet alongside Bernie Mac in Mr. 3000. Check out my red carpet interview with at The Merge Summit. Watch below