Richard T. Jones

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Richard T. Jones
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Jones at Golden Apple Comics on Melrose, 2008
Born Richard Timothy Jones
(1972-01-16) January 16, 1972 (age 45)
Kobe, Japan
Occupation Actor
Years active 1993–present

Richard Timothy Jones (born January 16, 1972), known professionally as Richard T. Jones, is an American actor. Jones is best known for his portrayals of Laveinio in the dramatic film The Wood and Mike of the dramatic films Why Did I Get Married? and Why Did I Get Married Too?.

Early life[edit]

Jones was born in Kobe, Japan, to American parents. He grew up in Carson, California.[1] He is the son of Lorene, a computer analyst, and Clarence Jones, a professional baseball player and hitting instructor for the Cleveland Indians. He has an older brother, Clarence Jones Jr., who works as a coach.[2] His parents later divorced. Jones graduated from Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance, California.

Personal life[edit]

Jones spoke in a Christian movement named Jesus Culture on June 29, 2012, where he encouraged thousands of young people to fulfill their dreams. He returned to speak on January 12, 2014 for the Jesus Culture Encounter convention in Redding, California.



Year Title Role Notes
1993 Helicopter Malik
1993 What's Love Got to Do with It Ike Turner, Jr.
1994 Renaissance Man Corporal Jackson Leroy
1995 Jury Duty Nathan
1996 Black Rose of Harlem Cateye
1996 The Trigger Effect Raymond
1996 Johns Mr. Popper
1997 Event Horizon Cooper
1997 Kiss the Girls Seth Samuel
1998 Goodbye Lover Detective One
1999 Dirty Down Under... Up Here
1999 The Wood Livinio / Slim
2000 Auggie Rose Officer Decker
2000 Lockdown Avery Montgomery
2002 Book of Love Ben Strong
2002 G Summer G
2002 Moonlight Mile Ty
2002 Phone Booth Sergeant Cole
2003 Full-Court Miracle Lamont Carr
2004 Finding Neo Morphin'Us
2004 Paradise Senator Michael Linney Television film
2004 Twisted Wilson Jefferson
2004 Soul Plane False Denzel
2004 Breach Alan McCabe
2004 Collateral Traffic Cop #1
2005 Traci Townsend Travis
2005 Guess Who Man On Cellphone
2006 The Package Vance / Bruce
2006 Cutting Room Steve
2007 Why Did I Get Married? Mike
2008 Oranges Mark
2008 Vantage Point Holden
2010 Why Did I Get Married Too? Mike
2011 Super 8 Overmyer
2013 Life of a King Perry
2014 Godzilla Captain Russell Hampton
2014 Hear No Evil Samuel Carson
2015 Hot Pursuit Detective Jackson
2015 Concussion Andre Waters
2017 A Question of Faith David Newman


Year Title Role Notes
1993 California Dreams Beau Episode: "High Plains Dreamer"
1994 NYPD Blue Willy Episode: "Serge the Concierge"
1994 In the Heat of the Night Donny Muir Episode: "Who Was Geli Bendl?"
1995 Courthouse Quentin "Q" Thomas Episode: "Fair-Weathered Friends"
1996 Dangerous Minds Kimboley Episode: "Pilot"
1997 Hollywood Confidential Dexter
1998 Brooklyn South Officer Clement Johnson
1998 Ally McBeal Matt Griffin 2 episodes
1999 Incognito Jake Hunter
1999–2005 Judging Amy Bruce Van Exel
2002 Second String Gerry Fullerton
2005 Talk Show Diaries Jerry
2005 Riding the Bus with My Sister Jesse
2005 Sex, Love & Secrets Dr. Barnaby 2 episodes
2006 CSI: Miami Chris Kaiser Episode: "Collision"
2006 Time Bomb
2007 Las Vegas Keith Mannix Episode: "The Chicken Is Making My Back Hurt"
2007 Dirt Jack Dawson's Attorney Episode: "Come Together"
2007 Girlfriends Aaron
2008 Numb3rs Blanchard
2008–2009 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles James Ellison / T-888
2010 Bones Mr. White Episode: "The Proof in the Pudding"
2010 Grey's Anatomy Captain Dan Episode: "Suicide Is Painless"
2011–present Hawaii Five-0 Governor Sam Denning
2013 Nikita Commander Danforth
2014 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Judge Oscar Briggs Episode: "Pornstar's Requiem"
2015 NCIS: New Orleans Ryan Anson Episode: "Careful What You Wish For"
2015 Narcos DEA Agent
2015 Extant JD's friend
2015 American Horror Story: Hotel Detective Hahn 7 episodes
2017 Santa Clarita Diet Rick
2017 Teachers Frank Humphrey Episode: "Stranger Danger"


  1. ^ Berry, S. Torriano; Berry, Venise T. (2015-05-07). Historical Dictionary of African American Cinema. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 250. ISBN 9781442247024. 
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