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Actor who became known for his roles in such television series as Prison Break, Friday Night Lights, Close to Home, and Black Lightning. He also played the role of Mayor Lavon Hayes on The CW’s Hart of Dixie.
He studied at Fullerton College and at the University of California-Los Angeles.
His television credits include appearances on Beverly Hills, 90210, Living Single, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and The West Wing.
He was born in Germany to an African-American family. He was married to Simbi Khali from 2000 until their divorce in 2011. He then married Kristen Torrianni in 2013.
He co-starred with Rachel Bilson in the CW’s Hart of Dixie.
Body Measurements Table
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|Height||196 cm, 6′5″ (feet & inches)|
|Shoe Size (US)||N/A|
I have no problem telling people I have a great stunt double. I’m not that guy who’s like, ‘I do all my own stunts.’ Like, no, no, no – it’s make-believe, and I’m not in the mood to die. I’m not in the mood to get hurt. I have a wife and kids!
When you’re playing a superhero, you’re almost playing two different people. I separate when I’m playing Jefferson Pierce and the days when I’m playing Black Lightning.
A lot of times, people believe that until you’re a certain-list actor, you say yes to everything; you’re not allowed to say no. But early on, something went off in me, and if something didn’t ring true for a myriad of reasons, I would say no and was fortunate enough to have people around me that were OK with that.
I grew up mainly with my mother, and I would see my father from time to time. But I didn’t have a constant male figure.
I come from theater, so I’m used to the hierarchy of an actor is just on the ladder, and above that is a director, and above that is a producer, and above that is a writer. But on a television show or film, the whole call sheet thing and being No. 1 on a call sheet, people look to you and almost expect you to exercise this power for good or bad.