Actor Michael Stahl-David is having a big 2017 with starring roles in Rob Reiner's latest film "LBJ," where he plays Bobby Kennedy, a role in the 3rd season of the Netflix hit "Narcos" and his culturally poignant latest movie, "The Light of the Moon," which tackles sexual assault. In "The Light of the Moon," Stahl-David plays the boyfriend of a woman that was recently raped, and the story details how the two of them tackle the trauma together. The actor weighs in on the allegations of rampant sexual harassment and assault against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. He speaks about rape culture being something that is led by males and how it is on men to change the conversation around it. We also speak with Stahl-David about his upcoming role in the much anticipated Rob Reiner film, "LBJ." He talks about the complexities of President Johnson and that time in American history, and also speaks to why he decided not to contact the Kennedy family in his preparation for the role. We also talk about his role in Season 3 of Netflix's "Narcos." He talks about the adventures he had living in Colombia for 8 months and how his Spanish-speaking background inspired his performance.