Hassan Johnson

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Hassan Johnson
Occupation Film actor, model

Hassan "Iniko" Johnson is an American actor/producer from Staten Island, NY, born November 19, 1976. His most noted performance was appearing on the HBO program The Wire as Roland "Wee-Bey" Brice.

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Johnson's first acting role was in the 1995 Spike Lee film Clockers.[1] He also had a significant role in the motion picture In Too Deep, which was based on a true story. He also had a recurring role on ER as Darnell Thibeaux. Johnson has appeared in Brooklyn's Finest, Belly and The Devil's Own.[2][3]

He owns a production company called Autumn Leaves which he named after his daughter.[4]

He has also appeared in Mýa's music video for "Fallen", Killarmy's music video "Fair, Love & War", The Roots' music video for "Break You Off", GZA's music video for "Knock Knock", Obie Trice's music video for "Snitch", Jadakiss's music video "Time's up", Jay-Z's music video for "Anything", 50 Cent's music video "Just a Lil Bit", the crime-drama web series "Dead Man's Trigger",[5] and alongside DMX and Nas in the movie Belly. He was Jennifer Hudson's love interest in "No One Gonna Love You" video. Johnson also played a small role in Entourage as rapper Saigon's manager.

Most recently Hassan has appeared as the character "Lorenzo" on the CBS television show Person of Interest,[6] and as the voice actor for Harold "Stretch" Joseph in the video game Grand Theft Auto V.[7]

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