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Wendell Pierce on
Some Old Black Man
and Why He Always Comes Back to Theater
Pierce also discussed the legacy of
and saying good-bye to Meghan Markle.
An Oral History of
’s Unforgettable 5-Minute ‘F*ck’ Scene
“I think it’s an example of one of the best displays of my acting in the whole series.”
Wendell Pierce Loses Baton Rouge Home to Flooding
Previously, his family home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
Wendell Pierce Disputes Attack Account That Got Him Arrested
He was booked on a charge of simple battery.
Wendell Pierce on Playing Clarence Thomas
“Dirty laundry being aired — especially in the African-American community — is difficult to watch.”
Trailer: Kerry Washington’s Anita Hill Is Here to Testify
The Anita Hill hearings come to HBO.
Absurd Tales From Hollywood’s Diversity Battles
’ long look at Hollywood’s peculiar inclusionary efforts.
Creator and Cast Members Urge Baltimore to End Riots
“Turn around. Go home. Please.”
Wendell Pierce on
Snub: ‘The People’s Reaction Speaks for Itself’
“We are missing out on so many great stories.”
’s Wendell Pierce Joins the
Alongside Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon.
Star Wendell Pierce Plays Politics Even Better Than the Trombone
He insists he’s “not running for anything,” but you wouldn’t know it from his Twitter feed.
’s Wendell Pierce Joins Michael J. Fox’s NBC Sitcom
The co-starring role was reportedly designed for him.
Wendell Pierce: From
The ‘Wire’ alum on his two upcoming projects.
Industry Roundup: George Clooney’s Campaign-Finance Movie Financed
Plus: Bunk joins ‘Breaking Dawn’!
David Simon Re-‘Wires’ His New Pilot
A handful of ‘Wire’ vets join Simon’s New Orleans–set HBO pilot.