David Oyelowo discusses the PBS miniseries “Les Misérables,” why he started his own production company and his dad’s obsession with leaf blowers.
His accent is soooo attractive and I can’t WAIT for this adaptation!
U can Tell how much Trevor loves his home country just bye how he can relate to other Africans stories. Keep doing ya thing Trevor love this show.
That was a pretty decent movie
8:08 that awkward silence… I wonder why?
No body has ever made Trevor laugh so much this naturally, I repeat Nobody.
I love it when the guests make Trevor laugh! ?
I’m sure he is a wonderful dramatic actor. However he must be phenomenal as a voice actor! Omg how does he sound so posh and melodious????!!!!
Day by day the ADOS movement is getting stronger bc we are tired of blk immigrants speaking on our behalf about about our issues just bc their blk, especially on national platforms.
Nigeria in the house!!!
hilarious – “aha the leaves!” and trevor cracking up always gets me!!! <3 also on film being "a powerful tool for empathy" and it being a way for people to move away from "IGNORANCE, which is where i think prejudice comes from", oo child! the entire room felt that one!
? That is the perfect Nigerian impersonation, learn Trevor!
David Oyelowo Omo ologo?
Repping Oyo state whoop whoop ???? Ahen! The leaves ?
Not a fan of musicals either but great interview
He was a horrible MLK!
Nah Trevor is such a good interviewer like whyyyyy? !!! Lol the comments got me dyinggg
This man is a Nigerian walking around as if he’s a British white man??♀️.
Nigerian parents are characters if you belong to the western part of Nigeria you’ve witnessed the weird behavior, they don’t care if they hurt your feelings or not
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