Bounce TV's Family Time Star Omar Gooding Celebrates His Birthday at a Celebrity Domino Tournament in Hollywood

Actor Omar Gooding Celebrates His Birthday Competing in a Celebrity Domino Tournament in Hollywood on October 22, 2017.

Actor Omar Gooding Has Appeared in Numerous TV Series and Feature Films in His Career that Spans More Than 30 Years

There is no better way to celebrate my birthday than being surrounded by family, friends and playing my favorite game of strategy - dominoes.”
— Omar Gooding, an award-winning actor and NAACP Image Award nominee

HOLLYWOOD, CA, USA, October 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Multi-talented Actor Omar Gooding, star of Bounce TV's Family Time, celebrates his birthday at a day party and celebrity domino tournament hosted by Allen and Associates Entertainment in association with UDL on Sunday, October 22 from 2 p.m. until. The event takes place at The Manor on Vine, 1718 Vine, Hollywood, CA 90028. Media check in 2:30 p.m. Red carpet arrivals at 3 p.m. Parking available in adjacent lots.

Must be 21 and over. No cover but RSVP required to m.lemelle@att.net. The red carpet event will offer something for everyone including live music, hookah room, football on the big screen, and spectators can watch domino professionals in action. Music by DJ YNot and DJ Renaissance.

Celebrities confirmed: Snoop Dogg; LT Hutton (All Eyez on Me); Big Percy; J-Doe; Brooke Valentine (Love & Hip Hop Hollywood);Comedian Red Grant; Daniel Booby Gibson (NBA player, Love & Hip Hop Hollywood); (Sheldon Bailey (Game Shakers, Shameless); Angell Conwell (Family Time); Bentley Kyle Evans (Director/Creator Family Time); Patrick Faucette (Haves and Have Nots); Thai Edwards (Anaobolic Life); Carol Rodriguez (2x Olympian and hip hop artist); Leontine Abdullah (Fashion designer); Liana Mendoza (Hey Mr. Postman, Better Call Saul, Unsolved); Paula Jai Parker (Ray Donovan, Family Time, Hey Mr. Postman); Drea Kelly (Hollywood Exes, Chocolate City); Melvin Jackson Jr. (New Edition); Comedian Speedy; William L. Johnson (Perfectly Single); Antwon Tanner (Black Jesus, One Tree Hill); Bryon Russell (NBA player); and Ken Lawson (In the Cut, The Parkers), Walter Franks (Hey Mr. Postman); Comedian G Thang (Grown Folks); Bubba Ganter (Nickelodeon's "Game Shakers"); Angelique Bates (Amazon Prime "The Assist"); Yasmine Abriel (Runway Model/Actress); Kevontay Jackson ("Perfectly Single"); and more.

To compete in the domino tournament, contact Frost at frosttheceo@yahoo.com. Tournament sign-ups begin at 3 p.m. For press/talent, contact: Marie Lemelle at m.lemelle@att.net. Sponsors include Goldlok Vodka, One Shot Films, Modo Entertainment TV, Platinum Star PR, Untouchable Magazine, and more!

In 2016, Gooding founded and launched Modo Entertainment TV Network in collaboration with One Shot Network and Celebrity Virtual Television Network. The trio of networks airs original programming along with other TV/Film projects on familiar platforms, such as, Google TV; Roku; Apple TV; Amazon Fire TV; and more.

Entertainment is in Gooding's blood. He grew up in a household of entertainers as the son of an African American and Barbadian or "Basian" from Barbados father, Cuba Gooding, Sr., and an African American and Irish mother who were both singers and entertainers. "My dad was the lead singer of the R&B group, "The Main Ingredient," and traveled the world," said Gooding. "My brother Cuba, Jr. is an Oscar-winner."

Gooding's career took off when he landed a series regular role for three years on a Nickelodeon TV show, “Wild and Crazy Kids," followed by a five-year run on the ABC network series, “Hanging with Mr. Cooper,”and then a three-year run on the WB network series, “Smart Guy.” After years on television, it was a natural progression for Gooding to act in the movies.

"The turning point in my career was when I starred in a major motion picture for Paramount Pictures, “Baby Boy,” opposite Ving Rhames, Tyrese Gibson, Snoop Dogg, and Taraji P. Henson," said Gooding. He received critical praise for his role as "Sweatpea." The movie and TV roles continued for Gooding and he became a household name.

Currently, Gooding plays Tony Stallworth, the star of the highly-rated sitcom, "Family Time," now in its fifth season. Catch all-new episodes of Family Time on Monday at 9/8c on Bounce TV. Check local listings. He is also a writer and producer on the show. Gooding has several projects in the works including feature films "Hey Mr. Postman," "Perfectly Single," and the TV series, "Unsolved."

Gooding is also a recording artist/rapper known as "Big O" and is working on his next music project.

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