Mike Colter

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Mike Colter
Born(1976-08-26) August 26, 1976 (age 37)
Columbia, South Carolina
Alma materUniversity of South Carolina; Rutgers University
Spouse(s)Iva Colter
 
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Mike Colter
Born(1976-08-26) August 26, 1976 (age 37)
Columbia, South Carolina
Alma materUniversity of South Carolina; Rutgers University
Spouse(s)Iva Colter

Mike Randal Colter (born August 26, 1976) is an American actor.

He was born in Columbia, South Carolina, and grew up in St. Matthews, South Carolina. Colter spent a year at Benedict College in Columbia, SC and transferred to University of South Carolina, from where he received a bachelor's degree in theater in 1999. He obtained an MFA degree in acting from Rutgers University.[1]

Colter's highest profile role was in the film Million Dollar Baby, in which he portrayed boxer Big Willie Little. He has also guest starred on Law & Order: Trial By Jury, The Good Wife, ER and The Parkers, as well as several TV movies. He also starred in the series Ringer.

Filmography[edit]

Roles in film and television
YearTitleRoleNotes
2002ERWattsTelevision program
Episode: "Hindsight"
2002Parkers, TheThe ParkersLamerTelevision program
Episode: "Lights, Camera, Action"
2004Million Dollar BabyBig Willie Little
2005Law & Order: Trial by JuryOfficer Billy TolbertTelevision program
Episode: "Blue Wall"
2005Brooklyn LobsterJamal
2005Silver BellsBillTelevision film
2007Law & Order: Criminal IntentDave OldrenTelevision program
Episode: "Albatross"
2007And Then Came LoveYuppie Paul
2009Solving CharlieJack DashTelevision film
2009Taking ChanceMGySgt DemetryTelevision film
2009Law & Order: Special Victims UnitSamuel MbazziTelevision program
Episode: "Hell"
2010Royal PainsOfficer TannerTelevision program
Episode: "Lovesick"
2010SaltCIA Tactical Leader
2010–2012Good Wife, TheThe Good WifeLemond BishopTelevision program
5 episodes
2011Blue BloodsCliff ReacherTelevision program
Episode: "The Blue Templar"
2011–2012RingerMalcolm WardTelevision program
17 episodes
2012Men In Black 3Colonel James Darrell Edwards II
2013The FollowingNick Donovan
2013Criminal MindsColin Bramwell

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gleaton, Dionne (July 22, 2012). "Following a dream: St. Matthews native navigating acting world". The Times and Democrat. Retrieved December 12, 2013. 

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