Sunday, February 7, 2016

Indeed! Omar is coming to town

It's official! Michael Kenneth Williams, who plays stick up boy Omar Little, will be attending Sunday's City Hall wire screening and participating in the question and answer session with Mayor Nutter. Also scheduled to attend, according to City Representative Melanie Johnson, are: Wendell Piece -- Detective Bunk Moreland Seth Gilliam -- Sgt. Ellis Carver Chris Mann -- Councilman Tony Gray Brian Anthony Wilson -- Det. Vernon Holley Jermaine Crawford -- Dukie Weems Clark Johnson -- city editor Gus Haynes Clarke Peters, who plays Det. Lester Freeman, may also attend, Johnson said. She said no more tickets are available for the event.

Indeed! Omar is coming to town

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It's official!

Michael Kenneth Williams, who plays stick up boy Omar Little, will be attending Sunday's City Hall wire screening and participating in the question and answer session with Mayor Nutter.

Also scheduled to attend, according to City Representative Melanie Johnson, are:

Wendell Piece -- Detective Bunk Moreland
Seth Gilliam -- Sgt. Ellis Carver
Chris Mann -- Councilman Tony Gray
Brian Anthony Wilson -- Det. Vernon Holley
Jermaine Crawford -- Dukie Weems
Clark Johnson -- city editor Gus Haynes

Clarke Peters, who plays Det. Lester Freeman, may also attend, Johnson said. She said no more tickets are available for the event.

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