Neil deGrasse Tyson. Astrophysicist. Director of the Hayden Planetarium. All around cuddly hottie.
This is D.B. Woodside. Yet another odd name, isn’t it? Well, this particular fellow was also featured on TV’s 24. I put two photos because a) he is folding his arms in both and b) I like him in that sweater. Oh, and he also looks good in that presidential suit. Anyway, enjoy. Even though I know no one ever reads this…
If you’re into big sporting events, or funny commercials you may recognize this guy. His name is Isaiah Mustafa, and he is the actor in that Old Spice commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. And is still airing.
Sure it’s a good picture of him, but you probably want to see him without his shirt. So go ahead and take a look at the commercial.
Morris Chestnut. That’s quite an odd name. He is currently starring in the new “V” series on TV, but that might be canceled by the time you finish reading this sentence.
Harold Dow is a reporter from 48 Hours Mystery. He’s cool because he has a very noticeable earring (on his left ear). And he wears weird hats.
Lee Thomspon Young. You may know him from Friday Night Lights. Or Flash Forward—he was the FBI agent dude who decided to kill himself by jumping off a building rather than cause someone else’s death. Or something like that. He’s not on the show anymore, but his memory lives on. Plus, Flash Forward has a few other Black Daddies that will be showcased in the future.
Don Lemon. CNN Anchor. He’s carrying on the long tradition of black CNN anchors like the unmistakable Bernard Shaw. Or James Earl Jones. Oh wait, he was only the voice of CNN. Anyway, here’s Don Lemon. I don’t know much about him, and I’m too lazy to look him up on Wikipedia.