Omar Michael K. Williams lies naked, sleeping next to his boyfriend. Suspecting gunshots, he pulls a window curtain aside and sees a garbage truck below.
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The large facial scar he got at 25 in a bar fight probably helped typecast him as a ruffian, but it's definitely worked out well for Williams' career. What's worked out really well for us is the amount of dudity that Michael's graces us with over his lengthy career, and in The Wire you can see HIS wire as well as his ass! Williams will turn you into Spilliams!
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Of all the characters to pimp-roll into our hearts during the five-season run of David Simon's celebrated and groundbreaking HBO series The Wire, none is as unique and evocative as Omar Devone Littlethe notorious Baltimore stickup man and out homosexual known for his sawed-off shotgun, Wild West duster, menacing facial scar A man has to have a code, he agrees with Det. Bunk Moreland during their first meeting at the station house.
Just staying focused on what I do… Everything is in time. Williams hides no skeletons in his closet. Despite the rolling credits to his name, Michael K.
It might not be the longest on-screen appearance in our cinemas early this new year, but it certainly provides, so far, the most memorable cameo by a long shot. As Omar Little in The Wirea part he won after a single audition back in when it all started, he brought us a richly contradictory character, necessarily violent but beset by morality — and gay. His subtle looks, and the deeply unsubtle scar, the result of a bar fight 18 years ago when he was 25, have been growing increasingly recognisable, and it was only a matter of time before he ended up in a searingly haunting big-screen production.