Rocci Williams stars as Hollow Bob Martin, a Fortico guard who’s had enough of the ongoing feud between the Rizo tribe and the Fett brothers in this intense clip from the Hulu original series, Fortico . If you haven’t seen any of these episodes yet, make sure to check them out on Hulu and to follow Rocci Williams on Twitter @iamrocwilliams. And be sure to follow us on Twitter as well! @impressive_app , Rocci Williams as Hollow Bob Martin: The Wrath of Man
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Who Is Rocci Williams
Rocci Williams is an actor known for his work on the television series The Wire and the film 12 Years a Slave. He has also appeared in the films Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and My Cousin Rachel. He will soon be appearing in the upcoming film, The Wrath of Man. In the short film, Rocci stars as Hollow Bob Martin, a Fortico guard who finds himself on the wrong side of some numbers after failing to get his quota up to code.
When he’s given one last chance to reach it, he takes drastic measures that go against everything he once believed in.
This provides viewers with a glimpse into what they are capable of when they feel cornered or backed into a corner by those who hold their power over them – whether those people are superiors at work or ruthless captors. The original screenplay was written by Tony Lippman and Clay Younts and features some intense acting from Rocko Williams – something you don’t see often in this type of project!
Revenge is Best Served Cold
They say that revenge is best served cold, and in the new action thriller The Wrath of Man, Rocci Williams brings the heat as Hollow Bob Martin. A guard for Fortico, a cash truck company that services banks, Bob is out for blood after his wife and daughter are killed in a heist gone wrong. With nothing left to lose, Bob takes on the criminal underworld to find those responsible and get his revenge. While it’s been said before that Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but it’s no more true than when it comes to Hollow Bob Martin. Throughout the film, you can see glimpses of a man on edge, with one foot in rage and another in sorrow. Heading into this project I was thrilled by how many layers this character has; there are so many different ways to go with him as an actor because he has so much going on internally.
As someone who loves what they do for work and spends their time trying to help people feel safe during their time at work, I was intrigued by how someone could justify being an asshole to customers day-in-and-day-out. But then again…sometimes people aren’t always who they seem.
Listening to Others Gives You Perspective
We all know the saying, you can’t judge a book by its cover. This is never more true than when you meet someone for the first time. You may think you have them all figured out, but you really don’t know anything about them. Rocci Williams is a perfect example of this. He plays the character of Hollow Bob Martin in the movie The Wrath of Man. At first glance, Bob seems like a tough guy who doesn’t take any crap from anyone. But it turns out that he’s just misunderstood and has been dealt some hard cards.
When we first meet him, he’s seen as Hollow because his emotions are so guarded. In his words I’m hollow because I’m alone. As the story progresses we see that Bob only acts tough to protect himself. It isn’t until Michelle (Cristal Tin) gives him advice to talk to people about their feelings and not bottle everything up does he start opening up to people again. It takes a lot of courage for Bob to share with others what’s going on inside his head; talking makes him feel less lonely.
A Crowning Achievement
Rocci Williams gives an amazing performance as Hollow Bob Martin in The Wrath of Man. He is a force to be reckoned with, and his portrayal of a man who has lost everything is both moving and terrifying. This film is a crowning achievement for Williams, and I can’t wait to see what he does next.
Williams was born in Chicago and has lived there most of his life. After graduating from high school, he worked several odd jobs until enrolling at Concordia University-Chicago (CU), where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts, concentrating on directing and video production. He also holds a Master’s degree from CU-Chicago in Music Industry Studies, focused on digital media production. In 2000, Williams moved to Los Angeles where his pursuit of music led him into acting classes taught by Jeff Corey at Open Spaces Theatre Company. These classes introduced him to improv comedy which led him to Second City Hollywood where he performed for three years before relocating back home – Chicago!
Revenge is Sweet but It’s Not Healthy
Sweet revenge may feel good in the moment, but it’s not a healthy way to deal with anger and resentment. When we get wrapped up in thoughts of revenge, we’re dwelling on the past and letting our anger control us. Instead, we should focus on the present and let go of our grudges. If you find yourself becoming angry or resentful, try some calming exercises such as taking deep breaths or listening to soothing music. And if someone has hurt you deeply and you can’t seem to stop thinking about them, seek out a therapist who can help you move on. It might be difficult at first, but soon enough, you’ll see that living your life without a vendetta is much more rewarding than carrying one around.
Even though sweet revenge sounds tempting, it often leads to bad decisions. Letting go of grudges will leave you feeling lighter and happier—and actually makes most people physically healthier too! In one study conducted by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, test subjects were told to hold onto their negative emotions for two weeks while researchers watched their bodies closely. By day 14 , the participants showed higher levels of stress hormones and inflammation compared to another group instructed to forgive others immediately after an offense was committed against them. If you’re looking for a clean slate, forgiveness can make all the difference in your health and well-being long-term.