Da’Vinchi, the rising actor who portrays Terry “Southwest T” Flenory on “BMF,” opened up about adjusting to fame and likened it to the birth of a child.
On a recent episode of the “Tamron Hall Show,” the 26-year-old actor explained that like a baby everything is new to him and he doesn’t feel like he was bred to deal with the type of fame that has been bestowed upon him at this point in his life.
Tamron reassured him that he is dealing and thriving with his fame. a
He agreed, but he let her know that it is tough to manage everything.
Da’Vinchi is Haitian American and has held roles in two films, The Way Back (2020) and The Disappearance of Mrs. Wu (2021), as well as seven television series, “All American“, “Jessica Jones“, “Grown-ish“, “The Boys”, and “BMF“, amongst others.
He also made his Broadway debut this year in the play, “Thoughts Of A Colored Man,” which is the first Broadway show to star, be written by, be directed by, and be produced by Black artist.
Da’Vinchi credits his “BMF” co-star Russell Hornsby, who plays his father on the series, Snoop Dogg, and 50 Cent for giving him great life advice and being beacons of positive energy in his life.
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