Amin Joseph plays “Jerome Saint,” Cissy's brother and Franklin's uncle. Jerome continues helping Franklin expand their drug business, but with success comes the exposure and danger Jerome had always feared. In an effort to start his move outside of The Game, this season Jerome has opened a legitimate business of his own, though for someone in as deep as he and Louie are, the path to a normal life simply may not exist.
Joseph continues to make his mark in Hollywood. He most recently wrapped a role in the upcoming FOX feature Stuber, starring alongside Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani. He also recently guest starred in the hip-hop anthology series Tales for BET.
Joseph previously starred in Paramount’s blockbuster reboot of Baywatch, as well as the Netflix feature The After Party, and opposite Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker in City of Lies, a thriller about the investigation of the murders of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. In just 12 years, Joseph has amassed over five dozen film and television credits.
Joseph’s other notable credits include: The Expendables and Homefront, written by Sylvester Stallone for Lionsgate, G.I. Joe: Retaliation starring Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson, the film festival darling Dope, which competed at Sundance Film Festival and went on to screen at the Cannes Film Festival and Deauville American Film Festival in 2015, The Gambler starring Mark Wahlberg and Frank Darabont’s 2007 horror film The Mist (based on the story by Stephen King).
In 2004 Joseph made his small screen debut in the action drama Rage and Discipline. A few years later he reunited with Darabont for FX’s hit series The Shield and had a recurring role on TNT's Mob City. Joseph also starred in the Cinemax series Zane’s Sex Chronicles and Zane’s the Jump Off both written by Zane. Additional television credits include appearances on major shows such as Sons of Anarchy, Southland, NCIS and CSI: Miami, among others.
Joseph’s production company, Dark Energy Pictures, specializes in action, horror, and sci-fi content spanning digital, television and feature mediums. The company’s recent film Call Me King, an international action thriller, embodies its focus on multicultural, lingual, and ethnic content.
Joseph’s charitable work includes time with the grassroots organization Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness in Los Angeles, which focuses on creating thought-provoking content to facilitate a positive dialogue between local communities and law enforcement, as he’s committed to empowering disenfranchised voters in urban communities. Joseph also volunteers with several schools throughout Los Angeles, providing scene study classes to students with a focus on African-American classic playwrights.
Joseph is a graduate of Howard University and a protégé of the world-famous Apollo Theater in his hometown Harlem, New York, where he also interned during his youth. He currently resides in Los Angeles.