From Huffington Post Canada:
Louis Gossett, Jr. On ‘Book Of Negroes,’ Playing Daddy Moses And The Importance Of Black History
What’s in a name? That’s the theme CBC’s “The Book Of Negroes” tackles in each episode of its six-part miniseries (based on the book by Lawrence Hill). This Wednesday, that theme is revisited when audiences are introduced to the Daddy Moses character, as played by Oscar-winner Louis Gossett, Jr. HuffPost Canada caught up with the Emmy- and Academy Award-winner to get his take on the importance of the “The Book Of Negroes,” Daddy Moses and more. Continue reading.
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