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Find out what he said inside our post-Father's Day Monday and get the deets on his new Showtime series "Ray Donovan." Actor Pooch Hall, who rose to fame on BET's "The Game" and is gearing up for a flashy new role in the upcoming Showtime series "Ray Donovan." According to the show's press release, Pooch plays Darryl, a young fighter who trains at a boxing gym owned by Ray Donovan's (Liev Schreiber) brother Terry (Eddie Marsan).

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He was featured as Chrisette Michele's love interest in her music video "What You Do".To be honest, that was probably like my first taste of fatherhood.My contract had ended and BET said, 'We're gonna get you on for season 6.' I literally booked "Ray Donovan" a week out.And when we were making my deal with Showtime, they knew how strong my fan based was so.....I think it's important for a man to be in a child's life because he can touch on some things that moms may not be familiar.Watch Pooch Hall dish on his new role here: BET is really on some shiester sh*t. I didn't know the writers left which explains these stale storylines they've been showing lately.

The thrill is gone and one person made a valid point, Colby Bell is on two shows.

Every day is Father's Day for those men who put their kiddies first in their lives.

So actor Pooch Hall chatted exclusively with The about raising his three children (daughters Djanai and Djaeda; son Djordan) and the important role fathers play in family structure.

"I never did quit the show" Hall said, "When The Game got canceled, I was offered another job and I booked Ray Donovan the next day".

Everyone was like why'd you'd leave "The Game" and I was like "I didn't leave." Since departing "The Game", Pooch said he watched the first few episodes of the show (he was on the first few and he's still friendly with his former castmates) but is focusing his energy on "Ray Donovan".

During the 2009-2010 season, he had a recurring role as Ryan on the CBS sitcom Accidentally on Purpose, replacing Cory Hardrict (the husband of Tia Mowry, his co-star from The Game).