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One on One with Gbenga Akinnagbe

Change is the only constant on the streets. Just as the good folks of inner-city Baltimore got used to Avon Barksdale calling the shots, he was sent to jail and a soulless monster named Marlo Stanfield was suddenly the most powerful drug dealer on HBO’s hit series,

One on One with Michael Kostroff

When Maury Levy had Omar Little on the stand in court, he tried to discredit the witness by saying that Omar profited from the drug trade, making a living off of the suffering of others. Without missing a beat, Omar responded, “Just like you man. I got

One on One with Chad Coleman

From being fired as a stand-in on The Cosby Show to landing the role of Dennis “Cutty” Wise on The Wire, it’s been an interesting road for Chad Coleman. In a very candid interview, we recently talked to Coleman about the struggles of being a working actor

One on One with Hassan Johnson

Photo by Ideal PR, LLC From a soldier in Avon Barksdale’s army to concerned father who wants a better life for his son, we’ve seen several different sides of Roland “Wee-Bey” Brice. With season five underway, we caught up with Hassan Johnson, who plays Wee-Bey on The

One on One with Isiah Whitlock Jr.

Stringer Bell ruled the drug trade in West Baltimore, but when he tried to go legit, Senator Clay Davis showed him that politics aren’t that much different from the street. With the fifth and final season of The Wire underway, it seems like the slimy Senator Davis

One on One with Reneé O’Connor

Batman had Robin, Butch Cassidy had the Sundance Kid and Xena: Warrior Princess had Gabrielle. Playing Xena’s sidekick on the cult classic television show was the talented actress and producer ReneĆ© O’Connor, who recently talked to us about being directed by the governor of California, how it

One on One with Scott Krinsky

Anyone who has worked retail has encountered the creepy older guy who works in their store and will probably stay there until the day he dies. On Chuck, that creepy older guy is Jeff, who is played brilliantly by Scott Krinsky, a standup comic and character actor

One on One with Tommy Chong

As one half of the legendary Cheech and Chong comedy duo, Tommy Chong’s name is synonymous with weed. Years after parting ways with his comedic partner, Chong still embodies the spirit of the hippie generation and has been unapologetic and vocal about his beliefs. We recently talked

One on One with Bonita Friedericy

The surprise hit of the season has been Chuck, NBC’s comedy about an employee of an electronic store who unwittingly becomes a government spy. Chuck Bartowski gets his orders from General Beckman, a no-nonsense general calling the shots from our nation’s capital. Beckman is played by Bonita

One on One with Mark Christopher Lawrence

Chuck Bartowski may moonlight as a government spy, but he still has to work a day job at the Buy More. And while his government handlers may be a bit difficult to deal with, luckily his Buy More boss Big Mike is a bit more down to