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Morocco Omari

Morocco Omari (Lamont) has theatre credits that include A Streetcar Named Desire and A Time to Kill on Broadway. His regional appearances include productions at Lincoln Center Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, Geffen Playhouse, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Lookingglass Theatre Company, Virginia Stage Company, Victory Gardens Theater, Congo Square Theatre, Chicago Theatre Company, and New Federal Theatre. His film and television include 21 Bridges, “Empire,” “P-Valley,” “Homeland,” “Chicago Fire,” “Blue Bloods,” “Person of Interest,” “The Good Wife,” “Prison Break,” and “24.” Directing credits include (Mis)Leading Man, Good Intentions, Mission Mom Possible, Make A Name, and the music videos “Big City” and “Kanyama.” Mr. Omari is also the executive producer of “The Male Groupie” which aired on HBO, two television pilots (“Uganda: The Reporter” and “Cultural Creations”), and the soon to be released film, Girl in the Yellow Jumper.

(As of July 2018)

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