Born on February 1, 1957, Calvin Cylk Cozart is a popular television artist and a renowned American actor who has appeared in 30 movies and 20 television shows in his long, illustrious career. Before making his debut in acting, he was a professional model in Flordia. In his young days, he was also a good basketball and football players. The actor had taken part in many sports activities in college level and even aimed to become a professional basketball player, but he suffered a serious injury and then aimed to become a model. Due to his talent in the sports field, he participated in some league matches held in Los Angeles. He made his debut in acting in the year 1983 when he got a first break to act in an American comedy film ‘Blue Skies Again’ which was directed by Richard Micha. The actor has given to Hollywood multi-billion successful movies like 'Conspiracy Theory‘ (1997) which starred Julia Roberts, Mel Gibson and Cylk Cozart and ‘Three to Tango’ (1999) which had Hollywood stars like Matthew Perry, Neve Campbell, Dylan McDermott along with Cozart. The actor also acted in Disney Channel movie ‘Johnny Tsunami’ (1999).
In 1992, he papered in a sports comedy movie 'White Men Can't Jump' where he showed the skill of basketball playing skill and needed no rehearsal in acting. His another sports movie included 'Slam Dunk Ernest' (1995) where he played the role of basketball player again. In 2006, he appeared in Warner Bros. production movie’ '16 Blocks' which was the biggest grossing film of the year. The actor also appeared in some prominent TV shows for Fox, ABC and NBC channel. Cylk Cozart's most popular TV shows were ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' (1993) and 'Diagnosis Murder' (1993). Cozart was also a co-producer of a movie ‘Baby Of The Family’ (2002). Currently, he takes more interests in developing sports skills amongst American citizens. He has been active in acting career for over three decades.