He's the star and executive producer of "Godfather of Harlem," a new series about Ellsworth "Bumpy" Johnson, a complicated crime boss and associate of Charles "Lucky" Luciano who ruled Harlem from the 1930s to the 60s.
"He runs this sort of, you know, crime scene including, like, numbers running, drugs, all those different things.
So we've been really fortunate to do these little films, but with filmmakers that make a difference."
Like, Desmond Tutu has talked about it when he says, 'Do your little bits of good wherever you are, and all those little bits of good will overwhelm the world.'
I want to be a part of that, those little bits."