Omari Hardwick revealed that for ‘Power’ he was paid only k 150k per episode and 50 cents he had to borrow money on two occasions.
Omari Hardwick has a career that spanned two decades and dozens of roles, becoming a fan favorite in recent years. James “Ghost” as a nightclub owner and drug pusher in his breakout role as St. Patrick Power Contrary to what he has done before, it has helped push him to a status.
With all his long-term talent, you’d think he’d be properly compensated, but Omari has revealed that this isn’t true at all. Recently he was a guest Pivot Podcast and revealed that he just felt like he did it recently thanks Power.
“I do not know what to do. I haven’t made money yet, no, money, I’ve never done what I should have done. Never, “Hardwick said, revealing the real meaning” is happening now, finally. “
What about movies before he ever touched power?
Channing Crowder, in disbelief, asks about his career before Power: “All the movies you’ve made before.
“I made five dollars,” Hardwick replied before elaborating. Omari revealed that his payouts were so low that he had to play ghosts that 50 cents had to help him financially.
“I think he’s really, really, really respecting the shots from me for that. We didn’t teach it in our community.”
“It was summer after 1 season and then it was summer after 2 seasons. He gave me $ 20,000 and then the next summer he gave me $ 23. [thousand] – And absolutely she loves Jay and the kids, she might like them more than me. It was given in such a way that you know, ‘Take care of the family, brother.’
You can watch the full podcast below.