We go one-on-one with Omar Epps about his USA TV series Shooter, his past roles, and diversity in Hollywood.

Omar Epps One on One

After many years as Dr. Eric Foreman on the hit show House, Omar Epps now plays Isaac Johnson in USA's Shooter alongside Ryan Phillippe.

Before his success in television, the versatile actor made an impression on the big screen in movies like Love and Basketball and Juice, the latter of which co-starred the late Tupac Shakur. He opens up to us about working with the icon and the potential he had as an actor.

Epps also has wise words about Hollywood's role at the forefront of diversity and using art as a weapon.

You can see Omar Epps in Shooter, Thursdays on USA.

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