- Veteran actor Kevin Smith has been entertaining audiences on stage and off for decades on large and small screens and shows no signs of slowing down.
The actor plays a new role in the BET daily drama “Isono,” where he will play the role of “Rental Rifle” by Elliott King, a former MK soldier known under the pseudonym Kgosi / KGB. Smith said he was fortunate to have played various roles throughout his career and was excited to play new and challenging roles.
“This show tells relevant and relevant stories to the people who are going through this. “When the role came out, I used it as a fantastic opportunity to work with young and up-and-coming talent. I was so impressed with what SA has to offer the rest of the world. On the show, we have beautiful, attractive, young and talented actors, writers and producers,” said Smith.
Smith Elliott’s character is a complex role.
“He doesn’t work on the right side of the law. He made a living working in various countries in Africa, especially during the war, so he was an arms lender and was hired by whoever had the highest bid,” said Smith. He adds that Elliott is cruel on one level, but we see an emotional side to him as the story goes on.
“He is a hero who has a bit of depth in him. He’s not just a killer; he has a deep heart. His relationship is with Mother Mary. “They had a tumultuous relationship and they had reached the end of life too. They took risks, and that’s why they were attracted to each other,” said Smith.
He said that even before he landed the role, he thought about the story and the characters of the series. I was blown away by the style of filmmaking, the way it looks, and the stories it tells. It’s a unique job and working at BET means we have audiences across Africa and around the world. It’s foworldwiders extraordinary to have an exhibition like this,” he said.
Smith said Isono pressed the envelope and told stories in places no audience had ever been before. “It tries to explore African culture and tells stories from an African perspective, made in a unique way. “It’s frauniquelyense – not trying to make things look good. He asked tough questions.