On Friday night, the LA Urban League Young Professionals honored nine African-Americans, including House of Lies actor, Larenz Tate, for their charitable and civic contributions to the Los Angeles community.
Tate, who is known for his roles in films such as Menace II Society, Why Do Fools Fall in Love, Ray and Crash, was recognized for for his work with BLOOM, a California Community Foundation (CCF) initiative that focuses on improving the future of Black male youth involved with the L.A. County probation system.
The 37-year-old stunned in an all black suit and tie as he posed with his father, Larry Tate, who also presented him with the Divine 9 Award.
(Photos by Ken Wood/Headshots Only Photography)
Andre Johnson, Magic Johnson’s son and VP of Magic Johnson Enterprises, was also among some of the nights honorees for his work in the community.
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