Monday, March 5, 2012

Dennis Haysbert Rolex Submariner

...Rolex Coolness...

Dennis Haysbert
Rolex Submariner

Dennis Haysbert is a famous actor and is best known for his portrayal of baseball player, Pedro Cerrano in the Major League film trilogy. He also played the President Of The United States in the ultra-succesful TV Show 24. He also played Jonas Blane on the TV show, The Unit. In many ways, Dennis Haysbert has a John Wayne kind of vibe.

Dennis Haysbert began his acting career in 1979 when he played a role on The White Shadow. He went on to appear on Lou Grant, Growing Pains, Laverne & Shirley, The A-Team, Night Court, Dallas, The Incredible Hulk, Magnum P.I., Buck Rogers In The 25th Century and Duckman.

President David Palmer
24 TV Show

Dennis Haysbert played the role of the President Of The United States on the ultra-succesful TV Show 24, where he starred along Kiefer Sutherland. His role as playing the first black President Of The United States was not only fascinating, but a harbinger for thing to soon come.

Dennis Haysbert is pictured below next to Keifer Sutherland on the set of 24.

The Unit
Major Jonas Blane

After his amazing success on the TV show 24, Dennis Haysbert played the role of Major Jonas Blane on The Unit.

On the TV Show, The Unit, Dennis Haysbert wore a stainless steel Rolex Submariner on a black leather strap as seen in the images, above and below.

Allstate Insurance Spokesman
"Are You In Good Hands?"

Dennis Haysbert is the spokesman for Allstate Insurance these days, and we see him all the time in TV commercials. In the screen grab below, we see his sporting a two-tone Rolex Submariner.


Michael M. said...

That's a Planet Ocean on a strap. :)

Doug Wever said...

Correction, Dennis Haysbert is mistakenly identified in your blog as a Major in, "The Unit." He is instead a Sergeant Major on that show.

A Major is a commissioned officer with the pay grade of 0-4; a Sergeant Major is an enlisted non-commissioned officer with the pay grade of E-9.

The word 'major' shows up in three of the Army's ranks: 1. Sergeant Major (E-9); 2. Major (0-4); 3. Major General (0-8).