Character Bio: Shea Daniels
At 17 years old, Shea started a gang in Washington Heights, New York. At 20 he had set up crews in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. By 23, his “franchise” was in 40 cities in 32 states. Weapons, counterfeit merchandise, stolen product – Shea was moving it all across state lines, in and out of the country, getting a piece of every transaction that crossed his territory, which was practically everywhere. Shea considered himself a true businessman and in Ray’s mind, a perfect addition to the Breakout Kings.
Actor Bio: Malcolm Goodwin
Malcolm Goodwin, who has been featured in the magazines Interview, L.A. Confidential, King, Vibe, and Venice, has starred in numerous feature films including American Gangster, The Lazarus Project, Brief Interview with Hideous Men, Leatherheads, Mississippi Damned, Crazy on the Outside, The American Dream and The Longshots working alongside directors like Ridley Scott, George Clooney, Spike Lee and Jim Sheridan. His TV credits include “Raising the Bar,” “Hack,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “K*Ville,” “Detroit 187.
Goodwin's love for acting began at Julia Richman Talent Unlimited Program in New York City and eventually led him to SUNY Purchase College Acting Conservatory, where he received a Bachelors Degree in Theatre Arts and Film. He has directed and produced independent commercials, sketches, short films, music videos and public service announcements. He recently appeared in the music video for the song “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO and directed the feature films A True Story and Construction.
Goodwin will be co-starring in the upcoming film Freelancers, starring Robert De Niro, Forest Whitaker and 50 Cent.
Read More: Malcolm Goodwin Season 1 Interview