Even though we didn’t need any more reason to watch Power, we now have one. Larenz Tate has joined the cast for Season 4!
After making its debut in 2014, Power has successfully earned “the highest viewership of any Starz original series in history.” According to Forbes magazine, the drama, which follows the story of drug dealers Ghost St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) and Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora), drew 2.26 million total viewers during its third season premiere.Heartthrob and gracefully aging Lorenz Tate has a new big gig as a reoccurring role in the hit series.
Now, heartthrob and gracefully aging Lorenz Tate has a new big gig as a reoccurring role in the hit series. The seasoned actor will play Councilman Rashad Tate, a
city councilman from Jamaica Queens. His addition to the series will bring even more eye candy with Ghost as the head hunk. Power returns to Starz this summer.
While Power may be a major advancement in his career we all first remember seeing this babyface guy from Menace To Society. These days he’s busy wearing different hats as an actor, producer, and director. Deadline reports, in addition to Game of Silence and House of Lies, Tate starred as Bart “Black Shawn” Johnston on FX’s Rescue Me. He’s repped by Brillstein Entertainment Partners and Paradigm.
In even more news, on Tuesday, Feb. 7th Lorenz is releasing a new project called Bronzeville, which is a 10 part audio drama series which will be available on iTunes for free! Bronzeville centers around the African-American Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago and follows the lives of players who ruled the numbers games, the illegal lottery that swept through the black community in the 1940s before it was taken over by the mafia. Fishburne’s Cinema Gypsy Productions and Tate’s TateMen Entertainment have partnered with Audio HQ, the digital audio ad sales company, on the project that is billed as an audio-drama (The Hollywood Reporter, 2017). The drama series features notable actors as Golden Globes winner Tracee Ellis Ross, actors Omari Hardwick, Cory Hardict and Tika Sumpter.