I’m of Bajan heritage.
I love music. I’m a big fan of Goapple and my favorite songs are ‘Play,’ ‘ Milk and Honey’ and ‘Undertow.’
I consider myself a man’s man.
As an actor, you’re not a person; you’re a product, a commodity. It’s about money. Your job is about making money for other people. At some point you learn how to be on the other side of that table. You write, direct, produce and create opportunity for yourself. Then you start to make money for yourself. It has nothing to do with your personal worth.
I tell a lot of my female friends all the time, its 2012, I don’t care how old school you want to be, don’t be afraid to take the initiative to let a man know you’re interested, but be patient.
I like my jobs— plural.
I love to read. I’m currently reading The Warmth of Other Suns. It’s about the African American experience throughout the Great Migration.
I’ve always been attracted to more than just the way a woman looks and the way she’s shaped.
Foreplay…pleasure is one thing, but what I’ve learned is that there is a misconception that men don’t know what foreplay is nor do they appreciate it. I appreciate it. A woman really appreciates it.
When you learn how to be really attentive, you learn the importance of patience and appreciating a woman. You’re able to appreciate the softness of her skin and the look in her eyes. It’s a connection.
Not too many people talk about post-play (laughing). Those moments after are equally as important when it comes to how you touch, talk and hold each other.
I just finished a film called The Under Shepherd with Isaiah Washington, Lou Gossett Jr. and Elise Neal.
No matter what happens, if it’s on, I’m going to watch Happy Feet. I love that movie.
I learned at a very young age how to be simplistic and sincere.