He was a staple in one era of Spike Lee films, gained greater fame on TV’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” and was dismissed from that show for intemperate remarks about a gay castmate and repeated bungling of how he apologized for that.
You could call his stellar turn in “Blue Caprice,” playing the D.C. sniper mastermind John Muhammad. He is fierce, manipulative and frightening in the part, a man aggrieved taking out his rage on a culture that he blames for his woes.
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