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But I didn’t know how they were going to tell that story until I read the script. I’m always pleasantly surprised with that tightrope our show walks with these heavier issues and still making it funny without making fun of the issues.
I also love that my character is a flawed human being but not a broken person. It’s similar to what came up in the episode about the N word.
There’s good news coming on ABC’s “Black-ish”: Junior’s finally getting a girlfriend.
But there’s a catch: She’s white — and his mother, Bow, played by Tracee Ellis Ross, isn’t quite sure how she feels about it.
The show is traditional in that the story is told through Dre but it’s untraditional in that whenever we see this woman she is full. A wonderful thing in the context of us exploring a very specific point of view through Dre. There’s a magic that happens between he and I that’s based in such a respect and love for each other that it translates into the characters. I did not know they were breaking my story – I just stopped by to say hi.
You can tell that offscreen, she has a very full and very experienced life that she is living. We’re exploring the idea of being a black man in this country as more than he was raised with and giving his children a different life than he was raised with. We had a mini conversation about my experiences being mixed.
The experience of being a mixed person is all over the place — one of my best friends is Chinese and Italian; my other best friend is Lebanese and Trinidadian.
The mix of heritage, culture or identity is something that our country is built on.
And it’s not that she is living it through her husband’s eyes. but there’s so much more in the “black-ish” experience. But the story had already been broken so none of that went in.
What I was told after the fact was that I confirmed a lot of what they had already been writing.
It’s one of the things that’s fun for me about playing her. A lot of the things that Bow experiences, a lot of her point of view is not mine. What I thought was interesting is that in Bow’s reaction, we actually got to explore something interesting which is the nuance of what it is to be mixed in this country. What I love what our show does is that it gives us a chance to explore and pull it apart and have some growth and listen to what other people’s points of view are. The bottom line is what I agreed with is that Bow goes through an evolution to explore not only for herself but for the audience a very complex and nuanced situation that many people are walking through in this country.