Dule Hill gives an interview on The Arsenio Hall Show. He talks about John Spencer, being invited to The White House and going back to college.
Yes I left college during my junior year. You know because Bring The Noise Bring The Funk was going to broadway balancing the two was hard and I really had to make a choice on whether I wanted to be an actor or pursue my business finance degree.
Williams interviews Hill about his role in the Broadway Musical After Midnight.
It’s about the Cotton Club. Back in the 1930’s the Cotton Club was the greatest floor show on earth. They had a stage were African-American artist were celebrated and even though they were celebrated on stage they were not celebrated off stage. The show is a celebration of that time its the Cotton Club floor show, we have the jazz @ Lincoln Center Jazz Al-stars there. Fantasia was their now we have Katie Lang. We have 25 amazing performers.
Hill discusses his career and the eighth season of the USA series, Psych, in this interview for PBS. On being where he is in his career:
What I really try to do is just maximize. I don’t really know. I don’t believe that anyone in this world does everything all by themselves. I don’t believe in “I pulled myself up by my bootstraps.” There’s too many things that have to happen for you to sit here and for me to sit here. No matter how committed you are, how talented you are, how focused you are, millions of things have happened just for you to sit right here.