Lamar K. Cheston is a rising star evolving impressively in the industry. From childhood, he broadened his talents from local community performances, to now gracing some of the greatest productions both on stage and primetime television.
Currently, you can see him recurring on the hit STARZ show, “BMF,” and also guest starring on Season 2 of “The Game” streaming now on Paramount+. HBO’s highly regarded sketch comedy show, “That Damn Michael Che Show,” and Amazon Prime’s, “A League of Their Own.”
He can also be seen in NBC’s iconic legal cop drama series “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” ALLBLK’s “Terror Lake Drive,” and thoroughly enjoyed his experience working with Forest Whitaker as the character “Lamar Rockwell” (recurring, 2021) in the iconic MGM+ series, "Godfather" of Harlem. Other credits include but are not limited to HULU’S "Wu-Tang: An "American Saga," BET’s American Soul, and the Oscar award-winning film Judas and the Black Messiah.
His vast stage resume ranges from classical theatre (Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, Comedy of Errors, Henry V, Oedipus) to regional theater (The Music Man, Pipeline, One Night in Miami, Kim’s Convenience). He has also been a long-standing cast member of the NAACP Award-winning play Black Angels Over Tuskegee.
Lamar uses all forms of art to express his creativity and believes that no matter your passion, always be sure to