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Also Known As: Coby S Bell Died:
Born: May 11, 1975 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: California, USA Profession: actor

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Coby Bell towered over most of his peers not just physically, but with his formidable acting chops and charisma as well. The California native rose to prominence by playing a police officer on NBC's "Third Watch" (1999-2005), an ensemble drama about the trials and tribulations of New York City's working-class heroes. A viewer favorite, Bell remained the only original cast member to star on "Third Watch" for six successful seasons. He showcased his acting range when he played a NFL star who was once married to a Caucasian woman on "The Game" (The CW, 2006-09; BET, 2011- ), a half-hour comedy drama that tackled sports and sex. In 2010, Bell joined the cast of the top-rated crime drama "Burn Notice" (USA Network, 2007- ) as a former counterintelligence expert who goes head-to-head with the series' burned spy (Jeffrey Donovan), the man responsible for his own termination. Bell's versatility with such multilayered roles served him well as a chameleon of sorts who became one of the more highly sought-after actors who could elevate any television project.

Coby Bell towered over most of his peers not just physically, but with his formidable acting chops and charisma as well. The California native rose to prominence by playing a police officer on NBC's "Third Watch" (1999-2005), an ensemble drama about the trials and tribulations of New York City's working-class heroes. A viewer favorite, Bell remained the only original cast member to star on "Third Watch" for six successful seasons. He showcased his acting range when he played a NFL star who was once married to a Caucasian woman on "The Game" (The CW, 2006-09; BET, 2011- ), a half-hour comedy drama that tackled sports and sex. In 2010, Bell joined the cast of the top-rated crime drama "Burn Notice" (USA Network, 2007- ) as a former counterintelligence expert who goes head-to-head with the series' burned spy (Jeffrey Donovan), the man responsible for his own termination. Bell's versatility with such multilayered roles served him well as a chameleon of sorts who became one of the more highly sought-after actors who could elevate any television project.

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 ATF (1999)
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father:
Michel Bell. Singer, actor.

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