Larenz Tate earned a place in film history after his frightening portrayal of O-Dog in “Menace II Society.”
Tate revealed during a recent interview with Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club” that he was able to connect with the role because he’s from the West Side of Chicago.
“Being from the West side, I kinda know what that’s like,” he said. “Also, growing up in Los Angeles, so I wanted to make it as authentic as I possibly could based off the things I seen.”
Watch Larenz Tate’s interview at the 00:45 mark of video.
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Larenz Tate Says Growing Up In Chiraq Helped Him Play O-Dog From ‘Menace II Society’
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