Omari Hardwick – Biography of Omari Hardwick

Omari Hardwick is an American actor born in Savannah, Georgia, on January 9, 1974.

Son of Clifford IV Y Joyce hardwickAt a very young age, he demonstrated his ability for sports, which earned him a scholarship to join the football team of the high school in his town, called “Furman Purple Paladins“But the sport failed to meet his expectations, so once he entered the University of Georgia, began to dedicate time to his studies in the field of dramatic arts.

Throughout his acting career, he was part of several film projects, such as the movie Jam kaunda titled “Circles“,”The Male Groupie“, the drama “The life at stake“,”The Guardian“, in which he shared a screen with Kevin Costner Y Ashton Kutcher, “Miracle at St. Anna“,”Next Day Air“(edited in 2009) and”Everyday Black Man“.

He also worked on TV movies “Sucker Free City” Y “SIS“, directed by John herzfeld.

In the field of series, he was part of several casts, such as Drama “Crossing Jordan“, played the role of John “Sack” Hallon on “Saved“In 2006, he made his contributions to the project of Alliance Atlantis Communications, “CSI Miami“, I work for “Lie to me“, created by Samuel Baum, and had the leading role in “Dark blue“, in which he played Ty curtis.