Season 4 of ‘Godfather Of Harlem’ to delve deeper into the origins of drug lord Frank Lucas

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    Rome Flynn Joins Season 4 of “Godfather of Harlem” as Real-Life Gangster Frank Lucas

    Rome Flynn, known for his role on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” has landed a new recurring role in the upcoming season of “Godfather of Harlem.” The Daytime Emmy-winner will be portraying the real-life gangster Frank Lucas in the hit series on MGM+.

    Flynn’s character, described as a country boy from North Carolina who rises to become Bumpy Johnson’s right-hand man, will offer viewers a glimpse into Lucas’s early life before the events depicted in the film “American Gangster.” The series follows crime boss Bumpy Johnson, played by Forest Whitaker, as he returns to Harlem in the 1960s to find his neighborhood in chaos.

    Excited about his new role, Flynn expressed his gratitude and admiration for working alongside Forest Whitaker and the show’s creator, Chris Brancato. Brancato also praised Flynn’s audition, noting his charm and ruthlessness that make him a perfect fit for the role of Frank Lucas.

    Since leaving “The Bold and the Beautiful,” Flynn has taken on various roles in popular shows like “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Chicago Fire,” and “Raising Dion.” His continued success in the industry has solidified his status as a talented and versatile actor.

    Fans can look forward to seeing Flynn bring the character of Frank Lucas to life in the upcoming season of “Godfather of Harlem,” where he will undoubtedly captivate audiences with his performance.