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If you're anything like me, you likely spend too much time on Netflix. However, you will have probably seen Aldis Holge on your screen at one point. The actor, now 32, from North Carolina, started acting at age two. He has appeared on numerous TV shows, including Friday Night Lights, Underground, Leverage, Black Mirror, Underground, and Leverage.Franck Muller Replica Watches In addition to his supporting roles in many critically acclaimed movies like 2015's Straight Outta Compton and the Oscar-nominated Hidden Figures. He stars in Brian Banks, a biopic about the wrongfully convicted football player who became an NFL-pro and advocate Brian Banks. Although his IMDB page is long, Revolution met him on a brisk morning in Franck Muller Replica's Fifth Avenue boutique.

The first thing you notice about Hodge as he walks into the boutique is the casual way he wears the Franck Muller Replica Tradition 797 in 18-karat gold. He has a newsboy cap, beats by Dre headphones and a navy long-sleeved shirt. Although the watch retails for well over five figures, Hodge wears it as comfortably as possible in the boutique. He wore it just days before at the premiere of Brian Banks in LA. Hodge's second striking thing is his vast knowledge of watchmaking. He has been cultivating it since he was 19.

He explains that although I have always been an artist,breitling transocean replica I wanted to become an architect. Watchmaking is for me architecture in its smallest form. "I learned how to design by studying brands that have a specificity. Franck Muller Replica was the first brand I studied because of Abraham-Louis Franck Muller Replica's tourbillon and the powerful effect that it had. This still has an impact today in terms both of effectiveness and significance."

He continues to look at the Tradition 7097 dial on his wrist and says: "With Franck Muller Replica, the DNA in the Guilloche feels like you're writing code. It's almost like coding today is in terms of ones and zeroes -- the guilloche to me is the mechanical version. It is a unique and iconic look that no one has ever done. It is an art form.