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Gbenga Akinnagbe is an American actor and writer. He is best known for his portrayal of Chris Partlow on the HBO series The Wire, and for his role as Larry Brown on the HBO series The Deuce. He has also appeared in films such as The Savages, Edge of Darkness, Knucklehead, Lottery Ticket, Fort Bliss, Detour, Crown Heights, Egg, The Sun Is Also a Star, and Render to Caesar, and the television series Barbershop, The Good Wife, Nurse Jackie, A Gifted Man, Damages, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Graceland, 24: Live Another Day, The Following, and Limitless. His two articles was published in The New York Times, one detailing a trip to Nepal to climb the Himalayas, and the other outlining the medical procedures he underwent to correct his severely flat feet. Born on December 12, 1978 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA to Nigerian parents, he was raised in Silver Spring, Maryland. He is the second oldest of six children, with one older sister and four younger brothers. He attended Colonel Zadok A. Magruder High School in Rockville, Maryland and graduated from Bucknell University with a degree in Political Science and English in 2000.
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|Height:||5′10″ (178 cm)|
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‘The Wire’ was a combination of great TV and great theater.Gbenga Akinnagbe
I want to work with non-profits that stimulate growth to the community. Whether it is economic growth, intellectual, or freedom.Gbenga Akinnagbe
The company Liberated People represents just not liberation of different nations around the world; it can be special liberation days. It can be what the company represents and helps highlight someone’s personal liberation date.Gbenga Akinnagbe
Even if there isn’t a God, I believe in the one we’ve created.Gbenga Akinnagbe
I like writing, and I enjoy it. It’s painful. You can’t get around the pain of writing. I’m still trying to balance on what I think is my creative habit. It varies, but I do know that I need to continue. It helps me with my acting, and the writing helps me be invested in a different way.Gbenga Akinnagbe