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Actor Freddy Miyares from the Emmy Award Winning "When They See Us" About The Exonerated Five

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This week, actor Freddy Miyares comes by to talk about his breakout role on When They See Us, how he learned to have a purpose greater than himself, and why you shouldn't hurt your back two days before your first big scene.

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