Cavin Cylk Cozart
February 1, 1960
Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
|Occupation||Actor / Director / Producer / Writer|
Calvin Cylk Cozart (born February 1, 1960) is an American actor, director, writer and producer who has appeared in over 30 films and 20 television shows.
In his high school years, he was a talented football and basketball player. He attended Montreat-Anderson College, in Montreat, North Carolina, for his freshman year, then transferred to King College in Bristol, Tennessee, on a basketball scholarship.
After college, Cozart almost made a professional career out of basketball, but he suffered a foot injury in the NBA's Summer Pro League in Los Angeles, California. A demonstration of his basketball skills can be seen in the film White Men Can't Jump, which also starred actors Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson.
Cozart co-created and produced, "Spirit of Life", for the 2000 Summer Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia. "Spirit of Life" earned a Videographer Award, Aurora Award, NY Film Festival Bronze Award, and Telly Award. Cozart is the Director of Entertainment/Education for his foundation, Keeping Dreams Alive, which focuses on mentoring children and teenagers from junior high school through College. “Our Foundation is for all sports. KDA will help find Scholarships for the kids that have fallen through the cracks of life."
|Blue Skies Again||1983||Alvin 'Wallstreet' Chandler|
|Bustin' Loose||1988||Arlando||TV series|
|School Daze||1988||Big Brother / Dr. Feelgood|
|Amen||1988||Young Groom||TV series|
|Hunter||1989||Mitchell Chadwick||TV series|
|Hell High||1989||Wide Receiver|
|Fire Birds||1990||Dewar Proctor|
|Saved by the Bell||1990||Lieutenant Chet Adams||TV series|
|Gabriel's Fire||1991||Bus Boy||TV series|
|Hot Shots!||1991||Drill Sergeant #1|
|Heaven Is a Playground||1991||Andre|
|White Men Can't Jump||1992||Robert|
|Hangin' with Mr. Cooper||1993||Quentin Tarver||TV series|
|Reasonable Doubts||1993||Dr. Gilbert Lewis||TV series|
|In the Line of Fire||1993||Agent Cozart|
|Living Single||1993||Brad Hamilton||TV series|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||1993||Axel Tate||TV series|
|The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air||1993||Hank Farley||TV series|
|Love Affair||1994||Dr. Punch|
|M.A.N.T.I.S.||1994||Spencer Perry||TV series|
|A Family Divided||1995||TV movie|
|Murder Was the Case – The Movie||1995||Paramedic #1||Short|
|Slam Dunk Ernest||1995||Barry Worth||TV movie|
|Ned and Stacey||1996||Doug||TV series|
|Diagnosis Murder||1996||Lieutenant Bill Abrams||TV series|
|Soul of the Game||1996||Zo Perry||TV movie|
|Reggie's Prayer||1996||Coach Bobby Fess|
|Sister, Sister||1996||Dr. Gordon||TV series|
|Conspiracy Theory||1997||Agent Lowry|
|Johnny Tsunami||1999||Sergeant Sterling||TV movie|
|Three to Tango||1999||Kevin Cartwright|
|Any Day Now||1999||TV series|
|Play It to the Bone||2000||Rudy|
|Chicken Soup for the Soul||2000||Shane||TV series|
|Cursed Part 3||2000||Short|
|American Family||2002||TV series|
|Yo Alien||2002||Ross Tanner|
|Baby of the Family||2002||Jonah McPherson|
|King of the Ants||2003||Perks|
|The Helix...Loaded||2005||The Orafice|
|Over There||2005||TV series|
|16 Blocks||2006||Detective Jimmy Mulvey|
|Cattle Call||2006||Man on the Street|
|Eagle Eye||2008||Sectran Courier|
|Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness||2009||Man at Store #2|
|Inch of Grace||2013||Donnie||Short|
|A Fine Step||2014||Veterinarian|
|The Last Movie Star||2017||Papa|
|Silver Dollar Fish||2018||The Traveler|
|The 3||2019||Pastor Reichart|
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