Orlando Jones stars in The Book of Love, the story of a man who forms an unlikely friendship with a teenage girl.
The actor, comedian and producer talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his two new films and the importance of comedians going outside of the USA to perform, namely Africa.
“It’s a about a man who loses his wife. He ends of hanging out with this girl and they kind of go on this spiritual journey. I’m the contractor that shows up to house and eat all their food and just listens.”
On his role in BET’s Madiba:
“I’m playing Oliver Tambo. Nelson and Oliver were best friends. They started the first black law firm in Africa. Laurence is like my brother. We had a great time working on it.”
The Book of Love is in theaters January 13th and Madiba airs on BET February 1st at 8p CST.
Click the link below to hear the entire interview.
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