Leslie Odom Jr. On Sam Cooke Role in ‘One Night in Miami…’ | The Awardist | Entertainment Weekly

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Oscar Nominee Leslie Odom Jr. chats with EW’s Clarissa Cruz about his show-stopping performance as Sam Cooke in ‘One Night in Miami…’

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