Omar Dorsey is an American actor known for his roles in Django Unchained & Eastbound & Down.
December 15, 2016
Actor Lakeith Stanfield joins Kevin and guest-host Omar Dorsey this week to serve up some holiday Denzelishness. They dissect Denzel’s advantages over Casey Affleck in an acting competition before Lakeith shares his experiences working on the hit show “Atlanta.” We hear how the show captures the spirit of the city before Lakeith shares his Top 5 Denzel Movies, and finally, expectations are laid for the release of Denzel’s “Fences.”
November 10, 2016
Actor and friend of the show Omar Dorsey fills in as guest host with Kevin this week to talk up the latest in Denzel news. Omar dishes on working with an extremely talented cast in “Queen Sugar” while he and Kevin plot to nab an invite to Oprah’s Montecito home. Then, in honor of the podcast’s 100th episode, they take a walk down memory lane, discussing preferred director’s notes and why you don’t call “cut” on Denzel all while revisiting show highlights from the last two years.
September 3, 2015
Omar Dorsey is back this week to join W. Kamau Bell and “Baby” Kevin Avery as they dive deeper into Training Day in a special episode of Denzel Washington Is the Baddest Mofo on the Planet of All Time Period! They’ll talk about why Denzel’s character Alonzo should be considered Red Velvet Denzel, the Three Wise Men, the tension of the poker table scene, and where would you get a swivel rifle.
April 2, 2015
Kevin and Kamau are beyond excited to welcome actor and hero Omar Dorsey of Selma to the show to talk about the 1998 Spike Lee film He Got Game. They talk about Rosario Dawson being a vampire, Ray Allen being the perfect blank slate opposite Denzel’s bad-ass loser character, and Denzel walking away to KRS-ONE after delivering a fast neck blow. Plus, Omar tells us all about his weekend trip to Oprah’s house and we got some new Denzel News!
January 17, 2014
If you’re a fan of Eastbound & Down or loved Django Unchained, then you’re probably familiar with the great acting talent of Omar Dorsey. Omar makes his way to the calming shores to tell us about his time playing football for the University of Georgia, his theatre background which went back to watching his mother directing plays, and the many acting lessons he learned observing Christoph Waltz & Leonardo DiCaprio on the set of Django Unchained. We also hear about Omar’s best Freaknik experience during a round of Quick Hits. Finally, Dennis Rodman is back to talk about singing “Happy Birthday” to Kim Jong Un, his interview with Chris Cuomo, and if he will ever go back to North Korea. Click here to check out the video of the guy falling through the roof at the golf pro shop! Don’t forget to get your tickets for the Sklar Bros one-hour special tapings at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, WI.