Welcome to the first site for an American actor, Aldis Hodge . Aldis has been acting since he was 3 years old and is best known for his portrayal of Alec Hardison on the TNT series Leverage, Noah in Underground, MC Ren in the 2015 biopic Straight Outta Compton, Oscar winning 2016 film, Hidden Figures, staring role in Brian Banks as well as lead role in Showtimes City On A Hill. Please visit our gallery to see photos from all of his projects and photoshoots.
Sorry it took so long but moving to another host and restoring the backup wasn’t as easy as I had hoped. But it’s online now and I think it’s all caught up. I need to see if I missed anything since Aldis is so busy this year. Thanks so much to my amazing friend, Kaci, at Kaci Elizabeth Designs for her help restoring the site and her beautiful header! If perhaps you find part of the site that is glitch or albums in the gallery that are missing, let me know. I think I checked and caught everything.
I was very overdue for a new theme on AHO so I’ve chosen this very fun theme by Monica with a bright and beautiful header by Pink Retro Designs. I’ve also updated all of Aldis’ many upcoming projects. I almost ran out of room on the sidebar!
I hope you enjoy it. Let me know if you have any problems.
Tomorrow I have to have eye surgery so I’m putting all of my fansites on temporary hiatus until my eye has healed enough to work online again. As soon as I return, I will update everything that I’m missing!
Update 2/19: I have to have another surgery tomorrow so the site is back on hiatus. I am going to try to update the gallery today and will update everything else when I return!
Since the site has been open, I’ve added just over 50,000 photos to the gallery and they’ve had over 172K views. The site has 600 posts and has been visited 8.5 million times. In 2010-2012, I had two auctions and raised $5500 from the fans that was donated to the LA Mission. And all of this was done with the help of Aldis’ fans. Thank you so much for your support.
Here is the video that was created by Inspired Looney to celebrate the opening.
The drama is a fictional account of what was called the "Boston Miracle" and centers on an African-American District Attorney who comes in from Brooklyn advocating change and the unlikely alliance he forms with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran who is invested in maintaining the status quo.
Years of carrying out death row executions have taken a toll on prison warden Bernadine Williams. As she prepares to execute another inmate, Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, ultimately connecting her to the man she is sanctioned to kill.
Happening right now, the main man himself, visionary writer/director of #TheInvisibleMan, @LWhannell is hosting a Twitter Watch Party of @theinvisiblemanmovie today. Started at 6:30 so hurry up and come kick it with us 😎#TheInvisibleManAtHome.
To celebrate our opening weekend, I bought out the 10:00pm showing of clemencythefilm tonight at landmarktheatres because I’m really excited to share this beautiful work of art with you all.
And I just might pop in… https://www.instagram.com/p/B6n68slAadR/?igshid=138ycitz7aksv
🙏 “Hodge’s work in the film will have you feel the strength of the optimism and crushing hopelessness that he experiences throughout the movie. This is a performance that will shatter you.” 👏👏👏 @AldisHodge we open #Dec27th LA/NY @neonrated https://twitter.com/VinAbbatecola/status/1208571455816060939
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