Actor Joseph Sikora Talks “Power” Season 3 & His Admiration For 50 Cent

Joseph Sikora talks exclusively with Tall Boy

Actor Joseph Sikora took time out his schedule to attend the private reception of OWN’s new television show Queen Sugar at The Legacy Kitchen in New Orleans.  At the reception Tall Boy spoke exclusively to Sikora about the hit television series “Power” Season 3 on Starz.

Sikora appeared in a commercial with Michael Jordan. He made his Broadway debut in 2006 after he was cast as one of the leads on The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial.[1] He is also an ensemble member of Chicago’s Shattered Globe Theatre Company.

Sikora made his acting debut in an episode of The New Adam-12 after playing extras on a few TV shows. He was cast as Johnny in Rudy. After making small appearances in TV shows and films such as Early Edition, Turks, The Watcher, and Ghost World, he was cast in two episodes of Third Watch.

Power is an American crime drama television series airing on Starz. The show was created by Courtney Kemp Agboh and is produced by the rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. It premiered on June 7, 2014.

The series follows James St. Patrick, nicknamed “Ghost,” owner of a popular New York City nightclub “Truth.” In addition, he is a major player in one of the city’s biggest illegal drug networks. He struggles to balance these two lives, and the balance topples when he realizes he wants to leave the drug ring in order to support his legitimate business, and commit to his mistress. He seems eerily unhappy with his life, Tommy calling it a mid-life crisis, therefore getting in a relationship with Angela. He also has to keep his marriage with Tasha (Naughton) and his relationship with AUSA agent Angela Valdez (Loren). With help from his partner in crime Tommy Egan (Sikora), he tries to manage a double life. In the second season James is thrown out of his penthouse after Tasha found out that James took Angela to Miami. Kanan (50 Cent) who spent 10 years in a drug related crime, also believes Ghost set him up. Kanan has a son Shawn, who drives Ghost around and Kanan uses him to get information on Ghost. In the season 2 finale, Ghost and Kanan indulge in an extremely dangerous fight in a dilapidated building. Ghost eventually stabs Kanan and burns him. But in the final minutes of the season finale “Ghost Is Dead“, it is revealed that sprinklers had put the fire out, resulting in Kanan escaping and ends with the line “Nobody broke in, somebody broke out”.

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