Actor Cedric Dumornay says he became aware of the Miami sound in Los Angeles when he was told that he would be typecast only for Caribbean or Hispanic roles because of the way he spoke.
Actor Cedric Dumornay says he became aware of the Miami sound in Los Angeles when he was told that he would be typecast only for Caribbean or Hispanic roles because of the way he spoke.
Actor Cedric Dumornay says he became aware of the Miami sound in Los Angeles when he was told that he would be typecast only for Caribbean or Hispanic roles because of the way he spoke.

English in the 305 has its own distinct Miami sound

September 08, 2013 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 29, 2016 07:01 PM

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