“P-Valley” star J. Alphonse Nicholson had his very first talk show interview on the “Tamron Hall Show” this week and he became overwhelmed with emotion.
Who Is J. Alphonse Nicholson?
J. Alphonse Nicholson is a 37-year-old actor and drummer hailing from Greensboro, North Carolina.
J. Alphonse’s other credits include “ A Soldier’s Play” on Broadway and “Paradise Blue” on Off-Broadway, but he is best known for his role as “Lil’ Murda” in the critically-acclaimed Starz drama, “P-Valley,” from Katori Hall.
The actor is married to Nafeesha Nicholson and he’s a proud father to his son and stepdaughter.
Tamron Hall Show
Tamron began to give him his flowers for his riveting portrayal of Lil’ Murda.
She said that folks are saying he’s a shoo-in for an Emmy and the actor began to shed tears.
When Tamron asked J. Alphonse why he was crying, he responded, “I’m just blessed to be here.”
“This experience, the love that people show you is overwhelming. I’m overwhelmed by everything.”
Watch the clip below.
J. Alphonse Nicholson is set to star in the forthcoming football film, Black Spartans.
In the Ben Cory Jones film, Nicholson will play the role of Fayetteville, North Carolina’s Jimmy Raye, who became the first Black quarterback from the South to win a national championship, as part of the 1966 Michigan State team.
The actor is also set to portray NBA star Chris Paul in “The Sterling Affairs,” FX Network‘s limited series about the downfall of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling amid the team’s drive to win a championship under coach Doc Rivers.
I’m here to support whatever J. Alphonse Nicholson has going on!
He’s an incredible actor and deserves all the good things life has to offer!