Actor Boris Kodjoe stopped by “The Queen Latifah Show” to discuss his new film, “Addicted” which follows a woman battling sex addiction. While he was there, the German-born actor whose father Eric Kodjoe is a physician from Ghana, raised $2500 for his charity of choice – Sophie’s Voice – named after his daughter who was diagnosed with spina bifida.
The actor who is married to actress Nicole Ari Parker has made People Magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People In The World” list, and is known for his roles in “Love & Basketball” and the Showtime drama “Soul Food.” In “Addicted” a drama directed by Billie Woodruff (“Honey”), which is based on the best-selling novel by Zane, Kodjoe stars opposite Sharon Leal.
Also starring Tyson Beckford and Tasha Smith, “Addicted” releases in theaters October 10th.
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