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- March 12, 2001
- Vol. 55
- No. 10
Showing His Moves
TV Cop or Movie Hip-Hopper, Sean Patrick Thomas Delivers
The District's old guy, Nelson, 54, likes to call his protege "Sidney"—as in Pokier—because, he says, "Sean's got that kind of class, that kind of range." Responds Thomas, a Wilmington, Del., native (his late father, Carlton, was an engineer, and his mother, Cheryl, is an accountant) who earned a 1995 master of fine arts degree in acting from New York University: "I feel unworthy, but Craig said, 'Keep working hard, and you can have a career like that.' " Meanwhile, the pupil has some tips for his mentor. "We've talked about doing an episode," says Thomas, "where I teach Craig a hip-hop step."
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