Observing him hold his head and cry “it should have been me...Alex”, “it should have been me man”, when he realized that his son was turned into an addict. Holding his head in the same way as most black people, when confronted with a great loss or extreme pain. That was just one of the most memorable moments, in a warehouse of moments, the actor has delivered. It captured our hearts. To think that he is actually a bad man...kind-off! He did kill his wife.....Wink Wink! On the show - Scandal.
Sometimes I have no idea what comes out of his mouth and I thank the show that they have subtitles. I hate subtitles because you miss out on so much including the gravity and excitement of expressions.
Films in which he has appeared include A Dry White Season (1989), The Rutanga Tapes (1990), Dark City (1990), Wheels and Deals (1991), The Good Fascist (1992), Bopha! (1993), Taxi to Soweto (1993), Djadje: Last Night I Fell Off a Horse (1993) and Othello: A South African Tale (2005).
Although his role on Scandal is cool, I believe they could push him further to deliver much more than what he is giving viewers. He has a range to do awesome scenes and I do not think the producers, writers and directors are giving him the opportunity to showcase his scope of talent on-screen.
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