Andre Royo is a Bronx-born actor with an impressive list of television and film credits. Best known for his role as confidential informant Bubbles on HBO's acclaimed series The Wire, he's also appeared in a recurring role on Fringe, and guest starred on shows including Law & Order, CSI: NY, Heroes, Party Down, and How to Make it in America. Film credits include Shaft, August, and Super, as well as several more films in development and production. His performance as the father of a disease-afflicted teen in Spike Lee’s Jesus Children of America was met with universal praise. Outside of his acting work, Royo has also hosted prefight coverage for HBO sports. He can currently be seen in Red Tails, the George Lucas-produced story of a crew of African American pilots in the Tuskegee training program. Andre lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.
Special Guest: Tuskegee Airman Major John Harrison, retired Air Force command pilot, one in a class of 41 airmen who received flight training in Tuskegee, Ala., in 1943. Harrison has flown more than 12 types of aircraft and logged more than 10,000 hours all over the world, but he never got to fly World War II missions due to racism.