Chad L. Coleman as Tyreese
An accomplished television, film and stage actor, Chad L. Coleman received critical acclaim for his work on HBO's Peabody Award-winning drama series The Wire. He previously starred on the series I Hate My Teenage Daughter produced by Sherry Bilsing-Graham and Ellen Kreamer, and held a recurring role on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Additional credits include Lie To Me, The Good Wife, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the TV movie Boldly Going Nowhere and the 2007 pilot, Wifey directed by Reginald Hudlin and produced by Queen Latifah.
On the big screen, Coleman was seen in New Line Cinema's Horrible Bosses — directed by Seth Gordon and starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Colin Farrell and Kevin Spacey and The Green Hornet directed by Michel Gondry. Other film credits include Brother to Brother, with Anthony Mackie; Carlito's Way: Rise to Power with Jay Hernandez; and the independent feature Confessions of a Call Girl with Lynn Whitfield and Bokeem Woodbine.
Coleman made his Broadway debut in Lincoln Center Theater's 2009 revival of August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone, which was nominated for six Tony Awards. Additional Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include the 1999 Wooster Group production of North Atlantic with Willem Dafoe and Steve Buscemi; Elle with Alan Cumming in 2002; and the world premieres of Force Continuum, Atlantic Theater Company; and Living in the Wind, American Place Theatre. He also appeared in Watch of the Nightingales, Naked Angels; Man in the Polyester Suit directed by Pam Berlin at Playwrights Horizons; and Miss Evers' Boys directed by Kent Gash.
Coleman is involved with various causes, including Tim & Daphne Reid's Virginia Scholarship & Youth Development Foundation and the Special Olympics of Northern California.