Jumping the Broom’s Lead Laz Alonso Joins SBI Agency

If you pay close attention, you’ll notice this is the Actor from the Hit Film “Jumping the Broom”. Laz Alonso is a force to be reckoned with. He is handsome, sexy, loving, talented and the leading man in many of his most recent and upcoming films. With over 20 roles under his belt, Laz is the next big actor in the entertainment industry. Laz can be seen in the lead role of “Tsu’Tey” in the highest grossing film of all time, Avatar!  Directed by James Cameron, this sci-fi epic released by 20th Century Fox stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, and Sigourney Weaver.  

As a businessman, actor and now speaker, Laz is lending his talents to the audience of empowerment, faith, power and most of all motivation. He’s a man after God’s own heart and shares that he is excited to get out to share his life story with the world. Born in Washington, D.C. Laz moved to New York and worked for Wall Street for a while before pursuing his acting career. Laz feels his upbringing not only taught him how to deal with the school of hard knocks, but also prepared him for his biggest goal, his acting career. In addition to Jumping the Broom, Laz will play the strong-supporting role of “Sheriff John Burke” in Rod Lurie’s remake of the Sam Peckinpah classic Straw Dogs (September 16, 2011) for Sony Screen Gems. 

Laz is now available for speaking engagements, appearances and hosting for your next event whether it be a Men’s Conference, workshop, seminar or school. He is ready to Speak. Visit www.rkdmusic.com/sbiagency.html for more information on Laz Alonso.

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