Malcolm-Jamal Warner is not only a seasoned actor, but an accomplished musician, director, and producer. Warner first rose to national prominence appearing in the television series "The Cosby Show." His work on the show garnered him an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Other television credits include NBC's hit show "Community," TNT's "Major Crimes" and "Hawthorne," CBS' "The Cleaner," Showtime's "Dexter," and BET's original series "Reed Between the Lines." As a director, he has worked on television series including "Malcolm & Eddie," "The Cosby Show," "All That," "Keenan & Kel," "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," "Sesame Street," "Reed Between the Lines," and the AIDS awareness video "Tiemout: The Truth about HIV, AIDS, and YOU" (NAACP Key of Life Image Award). His short film This Old Man received critical acclaim on the theatre festival circuit. Warner made his feature film debut in Paramount Pictures' Drop Zone and was also seen in Warner Bros' Pictures' Fools Gold. He also co-starred in the independent films Restaurant with Adrien Brody, A Fare to Remember, and The List with Wayne Brady. Theatre credits include Three Ways Home, Cryin' Shame (NAACP Theater Award for Best Supporting Actor), and Freefall at the Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago; A Midsummer Nights' Dream at the La Jolla Playhouse in California; and the West Coast debut of his one-man theatrical production of Love and Other Social Issues. He plays bass guitar in his jazz-funk band Miles Long. The band has performed in several major jazz festivals and recently performed at the historic Apollo Theater. His CDs are available on iTunes.
(As of June 2014)