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O.J. Simpsons Friend AL (AC) Cowlings is Being Portrayed by Malcolm-Jamal Warner for FX Channel
'People vs. O.J. Simpson' Mini Series Premiering February 2nd Cowlings Saved OJ Simpson’s Life with the White Bronco Ride He has only spoken to the media once, and has mixed views about the FX Mini Series
By: AC Cowlings
Cowlings was never charged with a crime, although there were prosecutors who wanted him indicted for conspiracy of murder, and for being complicit in the white Bronco ride-as being an accomplice for a felony escape attempt. During the criminal trial, Cowlings, Edward Lozzi and attorney Donald Re, conducted a massive press conference for all of the world’s media at the New Otani Hotel near the Criminal Courts building during a lunch break. This in fact would be the only time Cowlings would address the media. However, the press conference turned out to be an introduction of his 900 Phone number for $2.99 per minute in which the public could call in and learn about his relation with Nicole Simpson (press*1), or his time playing football at USC with O.J(press#2)
Al Cowlings is an extremely private person. He had arranged for Edward Lozzi PR to, in fact, keep the media away from him and to deny all interview requests including turning down many thousands and thousands of dollars in fees from many news outlets and tabloids.
Now that Cowlings is being resurrected by a famous prime time TV actor Malcolm Jamal-Warner (The Cosby Show) for the new American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, he is none too pleased that he is now back in the public eye again. John Travolta portrays Robert Shapiro, Cuba Gooding Jr. portays OJ Simpson, David Schwimmer portrays Robert Kardashian, Selma Blair portrays Kris Kardashian, Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark and Courtney Vance as Johnnie Cochran. The FX Channel has 94 million subscribing households in the US alone.
Al Cowling’s opinion of Malcolm Jamal-Warner portraying him, his opinion of his 900 number press conference, his truly loyal behavior to OJ during the whole process of arrest and trial, the Bronco chase, and the two major trials; has affected him-and will continue to affect him forever.
EDward Lozzi & Associates PR
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