Tory Kittles

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Tory Kittles
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Kittles in 2016
Years active1999–present

Tory Kittles is an American actor.


He has appeared in the films Malibu's Most Wanted (2003), Get Rich or Die Tryin' (2005), Next (2007), Miracle at St. Anna (2008), and Dragged Across Concrete (2018). He is known mostly for his television roles; he portrayed Laroy in Sons of Anarchy (2008–2011), and Broussard in Colony (2016–2018). He has also appeared in True Detective (2014) and as Detective Marcus Dante in The Equalizer (2021-present). [1]




1999 Instinct Prisoner
2000 Tigerland Ryan
2001 Invincible Ray JacksonTV movie
2002Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus BookieStevin "Hedake" SmithTV movie
Phone Booth Reporter #3
2003 Malibu's Most Wanted "Deuce"
2004 Against the Ropes Devon Green
Paparazzi David
Frankenfish Sam RiversTV movie
2005 Little Athens Sinjin
Get Rich or Die Tryin' Justice
Dirty Officer Wallace
2007 Next NSA Agent Cavanaugh
2008 Stop-Loss Josh
Miracle at St. Anna Lieutenant Birdsong
2009 A Perfect Getaway Sherman/Kayaker
2010 The Chameleon Dan Price
2012 The Sapphires Robby
The Kill Hole Sergeant Devon Carter
Steel Magnolias Jackson LatcherieTV movie
2013 Olympus Has Fallen Secret Service Agent Jones
2014 American Heist Ray
2015 Bessie Clarence SmithTV movie
Man Down Sergeant Miller
2017LawmanBass ReevesShort
2018 Dragged Across Concrete Henry Johns
2019 Harriet Abolitionist Frederick Douglass
2020 Wander Darkly Liam
2021 Those Who Wish Me Dead Ryan
2023Among the BeastsLT


2000The Real WhateverMarcus #2Recurring Cast
Grosse Pointe Sound GuyEpisode: "Satisfaction"
2005 CSI: NY Sean BallyEpisode: "Hush"
2007 House, M.D. Derek HoytEpisode: "Words and Deeds"
2008-11 Sons of Anarchy Laroy WayneRecurring Cast: Season 1-2 & 4, Guest: Season 3
2009 Fear Clinic JonteRecurring Cast
2012 CSI: Miami Delonte CassellEpisode: "Law & Disorder"
2014 True Detective Thomas PapaniaMain Cast: Season 1
Intruders Gary FischerMain Cast
2016 The Catch Brian BrooksEpisode: "The Benefactor"
Good Girls Revolt EdwardEpisode: "The Year-Ender"
2016-18 Colony Eric Broussard Main Cast
2021- The Equalizer Marcus DanteMain Cast

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