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Both our families have been and are still very supportive in helping us take care of our son Brian when we can’t be there due to work.On his recent film, the role & what the experience was like: It’s an American Indie film, “” produced and directed by Anne Welles.
We have been friends and work colleagues for years, from the good days of so working together is easy, exciting and always a comfortable experience. It was a privilege being a part of Fifty – the series.The movie also stars actors like Gary Anthony Williams from movies.It was such a privilege to work with and learn from the amazing cast and crew.Once you have all the above and a great editor, you most likely would have a great film regardless of the genre.You know, something will be great if everything about it works together to do amazing things.I’ve had the privilege to equip myself better with what works and what doesn’t on an international stage or set.
At the end of the day, it all comes down to being professional, and behaving professionally.
I loved the film and jumped at the opportunity when I received a call from Mo Abudu whom I also admire so much.
On what he’d be doing if he wasn’t an actor: I would like to think any of these – a stuntsman, a full-time film director, or a chef! I haven’t done much of it lately, but there is nothing more relieving or gratifying than a man in the kitchen with nothing on but just his apron! I would have been a renowned chef by now believe me.
I have added more value and knowledge to myself as an actor, a director and a brand.
I believe I’m more disciplined now as well; the experience I have had with personal acting coaches, and some truly talented directors have further broadened my understanding of my craft, all these certainly made me more ready for the role.
The cinematography must be executed beautifully and professionally.