Geoffrey Owens lands a role on ‘NCIS: New Orleans,’ two weeks after being job shamed

You'' ll be seeing a bit more of Geoffrey Owens on the TELEVISION.
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The indefensible task shaming of The Cosby Show pillar Geoffrey Owens was certainly going to bring the very best out of the home entertainment world.

After a little bit of time pondering availables, Owens is using up a function as Commander Adams on NCIS: New Orleans, according to Entertainment Weekly.

The character of Adams is an old and valued good friend of the program’s lead, Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride, offering “both spiritual and medical suggestions.”

” For Commander Adams, we required somebody with skills, empathy, and heart. That’ s Geoffrey in a nutshell,” executive manufacturer Christopher Silber informed the publication.

” An accomplished star who appeared like the best fit to contribute to our prolonged repertory business. We’ re fortunate to have him on the program.”

Owens will appear in the 6th episode of Season 5, which will air in late-October. Previously today, the star likewise accepted a deal from director Tyler Perry to appear in 10 episodes of the OWN series The Haves and the Have Nots.

It’s worth keeping in mind that Owens has actually reserved acting functions and taught in the years passed, however as he confessed on Good Morning America recently , often that’s inadequate.

” I got to a point where I ‘d been teaching, acting, directing for 30+ years, however it got to a point where it simply didn’t build up enough and you got ta do what you got to do,” he informed the program.

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