For the second time this month actor Cuba Gooding Jr. made an appearance on ESPN.
Granted the first time was by sound only, when the Oscar-winning actor lent his voice to the opening of the network’s Martin L. King Jr. “Content of Character” special earlier this month.
Last week, Cuba (pronounced “que ba” as he so politely corrected me when I called him “coo bah“) stopped by the ESPN headquarters to promote “Red Tails,” a two-hour, action-packed war movie surrounding the Tuskegee Airmen.
The avid hockey player and fan, who brought along friend and former NHL player Anson Carter, answered a few questions for ESPN Front Row before his scheduled interview on his “favorite” ESPN show SportsCenter…Da da da!
Enjoy, we sure did.