Many of you may know actor Dule Hill as Charlie Young on the NBC series West Wing or as Burton “Gus” Guster on the recently wrapped USA Network series Psych. What you may not know is Dule started to make a name for himself before his big break on The West Wing. He studied ballet at an early age and was the understudy for Savion Glover in the Broadway show The Tap Dance Kid and went on to play that part once the show went on a national tour. He’s appeared on the television shows Cosby, The Jamie Foxx Show and New York Undercover as well as films like She’s All That and Men of Honor. Dule recently wrapped a successful run on Broadway in the play After Midnight and is now one of the people behind the exciting new app Nomino.
The multi-talented artist took some time out of his busy schedule to sit down and talk with the Pop Culture Principle about After Midnight, working on The West Wing, what the fans of Psych mean to him and his brand new app Nomino.
You can listen to the entire interview below. If you would like to keep up with all of Dule’s latest news and projects, you can follow him on Twitter by using @dulehill
or click here and join his Facebook page. Also, to learn more about his new app Nomino and where you can download it, please click here.