Aldis Hodge had a monster 2020, starring in One Night in Miami and The Invisible Man. 2021 sees the actor returning to TV for season 2 of Showtime's City on a Hill and shooting the DC film Black Adam

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We asked the very visible actor to give us a tour of his career.

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(2006-2007)

Hodge's depiction of standoffish quarterback Ray "Voodoo" Tatum was fueled by the "anger" he felt after his part in the original pilot of the CW's The Game was recast. 

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Night Lights

The actor focused on "using every bit of my own personal feelings to push into this misunderstood character."

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(2008-2012)

On his 21st birthday, Hodge was cast on the TNT heist drama as Alec Hardison. Leverage proved to be "the engine that kept going." The cast is reuniting for IMDb TV's upcoming revival.

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Leverage

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“It's nice to feel the energy back again, to have the old crew back together. I feel like the crowd is going to be excited about it.”

on the Leverage revival 

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Hodge initially rebuffed the chance to try out for Jim Brown in Regina King's Oscar-nominated telling of a fictionalized meeting between four Black icons — until the director came calling.

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One Night In Miami

(2020)

“At that point I didn't care what I thought. If Regina King says she wants to see you audition, you're going to audition.”

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In addition to playing Decourcy Ward on Showtime's crime drama, Hodge adds the title of producer in season 2.

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CITY ON A HILL

(2019-Present)

 He warns that "changes" are coming: "The way it ends is definitely not going to be what people expect."

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