Few names in the history of television inspire quite as vivid an image as that of Omar Little. The duster and the attitude were, of course, affectations meant to convey inner city grit and intellect of the character. The scar, however, is as much a part of the man who played Omar as the face that wears it. That man is actor Michael K. Over that period, William's facial scar became a character-defining trait for Omar, serving as stark representation of a man whose physical and emotional worlds were often sharply divided.
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As played by Michael Kenneth Williams, Little became a signature figure of the drama — a gay antihero with a craving for Honey Nut Cheerios and a Robin Hood-like moral code. But lately, the actor has been in overdrive, landing in more than a dozen films and TV series. Williams plays a power broker who takes a liking to the imprisoned Naz and wants to protect him as he awaits trial. He inspires me. Tuesdays, zeroes in on the practice of illicit trade. Its six episodes include interviews and interactions with New Jersey carjackers and poachers of abalone off the coast of South Africa. It was about people trying to survive.
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While the media rushes to judgment and politicians think about how it all makes them look, this David vs. During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, actor Michael K. I loved that show! When this script and this role came your way, did you know what it was about?