When Shemar Moore says Hondo’s “Has Your Six” in his Instagram teaser, you know the “SWAT” star has that person’s back.
And in true Hondo style, that means you’ve got nothing to worry about. The 51-year-old actor is battle-ready, armed with SWAT gear and his tactical weapon. His left arm tattoo is prominent in the show photo.
You know when HONDO’s got your six there ain’t nothin to worry about.”
A Shemar Moore fan hollered back with some words of her own.
“Yeah baby, you can have my six any day or night!”
I bet the “SWAT” actor/producer loves to hear those kind words. The Instagram post got 21,000 likes in just four hours.
Friday’s next episode, titled “Crisis Actor,” will run on Friday at 8 p.m. According to the website Showbiz Junkies, the episode involves gunmen who take over a controversial cable news show that throws around conspiracy theories. Hondo and the team work fast to keep the hostage situation from blowing up on live television.
Former Football Player In Recent ‘“SWAT’ Episode
When Hondo showed up at a fancy house in the recent “West Coast Offense” episode, he found a plot against a fictitious former pro quarterback named Nichols underway.
According to the website 2 Paragraphs, Quincy Chad is a former Wesleyan University graduate. He was captain of the college’s football team before an injury ended his pro football plans.
Since then, the 6-foot-2 actor has shown up in a few television shows like Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black,” CBS hit “Blue Bloods,” and FX’s “Snowfall.” Chad has found minor roles in TV shows since 2012.
‘SWAT’ Star Fesses Up About Never Seeing Original Show
Actor David Lim’s chemistry with Shemar Moore is convincing. But can Lim fool show producers into thinking he saw the original police drama?
Nope. The 38-year-old actor is pretty upfront about not seeing the show.
“I’ll be honest, I’ve never actually seen the original series,” the SWAT star declared during his recent interview with AugustMan. “Outside of the opening credits and theme song.”
Did he see the 2003 Samuel L. Jackson/LL Cool J movie remake? Who knows.
It does not mean he has not enjoyed the remake series with Moore. Lim said his series has turned into its “own version of SWAT” while “staying true to the action and badass-ness of SWAT.”
Lim admits his character’s role on the show was a last-minute addition.
That’s helped him turn the part into anything he’s wanted it to be.
“I looked at it as a blank canvas,” Lim said.
At the same time, he told the magazine he wanted to bring a lot of himself to the character because that’s what got him the role. Lim said bringing an Asian American action hero to the show was essential to him.