ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Often parents would like to see actors in Hollywood be better examples for their kids and give them someone to look up to.
Quinton Aaron, known for his part alongside Sandra Bullock in the blockbuster film "The Blind Side," would like to be a role model donating his time for various charities.
Aaron tweeted a photo while at a poker tournament supporting the troops with the Danny Glover Foundation telling fans he came in 2nd place playing blackjack -- $239,000 in chips.
He's been donating time for some other charities as well.
Aaron took part in the Halle Berry Celebrity Golf Classic a couple of weeks ago and recently visited the Bay Area to show support for the 12th Annual Derrick Brooks Celebrity Golf Classic, which is a combination of blackjack tourney and 18 holes of golf.
Anchor Reginald Roundtree sat down with Aaron to talk about how he's making a difference and giving time to charity. Click on the video to watch the segment in its entirety.