Tory Kittles is an American actor, writer, and director who starred opposite Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies in the action-drama series, “Colony.” Kittles was also seen in Dee Rees’ HBO Emmy-winning film, “Bessie”, starring Queen Latifah. His other television credits include the first season of HBO’s “True Detective”; BBC’s “Intruders”; Lifetime’s Emmy-nominated television remake of “Steel Magnolias”; FX’s “Sons of Anarchy”; and “House M.D.”

On the big screen, Kittles can be seen in Taylor Sheridan’s upcoming action thriller “Those Who Wish Me Dead” with Angelina Jolie; alongside Siena Miller and Diego Luna in Sundance 2020’s “Wander Darkly”, and as Frederick Douglass in the Cynthia Erivo Academy Award nominated “Harriet”. He also starred with Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn in S. Craig Zahler’s “Dragged Across Concrete” (Venice Film Festival 2018). Other credits include “Man Down” (Venice Film Festival 2015), directed by Dito Montiel, Antoine Fuqua’s “Olympus Has Fallen”; “The Sapphires” (Cannes Film Festival 2012); Spike Lee’s “Miracle At St. Anna”; Kimberly Peirce’s “Stop-Loss”; Jim Sheridan’s “Get Rich Or Die Tryin”; Lee Tamahori’s “Next”; and Joel Schumacher’s “Tigerland”.

Among a host of other theater credits, he mostly recently played Paul Robeson in the Sir Richard Eyre directed production of Nicholas Wright’s 8 Hotels (2019 Chichester Festival), and Bolingbroke in Erica Schmidt’s production of Shakespeare’s Richard II (2018 The Old Globe).