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We’ve loved Larenz Tate since he burst on the scene as “O-Dog” in “Menace II Society.” After that the Chicago native starred in films such as “The Inkwell”, “Love Jones”, “Dead Presidents” just to name a few. This time around, Larenz used his theatrical talents to produce, direct and act in the 10-part podcast series that premiered in February titled “Bronzeville.” Set in 1940’s Chicago, a concept that came to Tate when he was working on the film “Ray.”
Monday, March 13th, 2017 at
Larenz Tate has snagged a lead role in the ABC pilot, Salamander. The 41-year-old actor will play Ethan, a brilliant engineer who recruits a Homeland Security Psychiatrist to help him track a bank robber.
Saturday, February 11th, 2017 at
The restricted trailer for Universal Pictures’ GIRLS TRIP, which is out in theaters July 21, has just debuted online.
Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 at
Game of Silence and House of Lies veteran Larenz Tate is set for a recurring role on the upcoming fourth season of Starz’s hit drama series Power.
Monday, September 5th, 2016 at
The Ludacris Foundation hosted it’s annual celebrity basketball game at Morehoue College’s Forbes Arena to a packed out house the featured stars from all genres of entertainment. Everyone had to come out and see which team would win the 2016 celebrity basketball trophy: Team Luda or Team Ricky Rozay.
Check out the details after the break. READ MORE
Saturday, September 3rd, 2016 at
I had the opportunity to capture photos of the Celebrity Bowling Event hosted at Alanta’s Bowlmor for the 2016 LudaDay Weekend. The annual event is a celebrity favorite and Atlanta staple project produced by Rapper/Actor/Philanthropist Ludacris and the Ludacris Foundation.
Check out the fun we had in the images below. READ MORE
Monday, November 11th, 2013 at
Jamie Foxx has been a strong supporter of the case involving the late Trayvon Martin. He has given his vocal and financial support to bring awareness to the tragic death of the teenage. Over the weekend, Jamie Foxx hosted an event in the Trayvon’s honor with Harry Belafonte. Trayvon’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, and his father were both there along with Congresswoman Maxine Water, Lorenzo Tate, Tyrese, Marques Houston, and a few other celebs. You can see photos from the event below. READ MORE