Ed O'Neill narrates 'Delicious Peace Grows in a Ugandan Coffee Bean''Modern Family' star Ed O'Neill is a TV sitcom dad par excellence, but he may have a new side career as a documentary voiceover narrator (watch your back, Morgan Freeman!), thanks in part to his morning coffee habit.

Aptly enough, his Los Angeles kaffeeklatsch included producer Ellen Friedland, who needed a narrator for her documentary 'Delicious Peace Grows in a Ugandan Coffee Bean.' O'Neill was inspired by the tale behind the movie -- director Curt Fissel's film the stirring story of a community of Muslim, Christian and Jewish coffee farmers in Uganda who've set aside the region's violent religious tensions to form a cooperative (called Mirembe Kawomera, which means "Delicious Peace") that has lifted them out of poverty. The group's leader, the charismatic JJ Keki, a Grammy-nominated musician and father of 25 children, has toured the U.S. and inspired congregations of American churches, synagogues and mosques to work together in support of Keki's community by buying and selling his cooperative's fair-trade coffee.

O'Neill landed the gig narrating 'Delicious Peace,' which opens on June 4 at New York's IFC Center before traveling to film festivals across the country. It's his second documentary this year, after 'Youngstown: Still Standing,' a portrait of the Ohio steel town where the 'Married... With Children' actor was born and raised. He called Moviefone from his California home to speak about his big-screen moonlighting, the uplifting story behind 'Delicious Peace' and, of course, coffee.