Tony J. Black

Tony J Black, born on March 9, 1993, in Detroit, Michigan, is a versatile professional known for his roles as an actor, model, writer, producer, singer, basketball player, and attorney. His educational journey spans diverse fields: he studied acting under private tutors in Australia, attended the American Academy of Film and Television Arts (AAFTA) in Los Angeles, and pursued law at the University of Michigan. Tony is also a licensed attorney, having completed his studies at the University of Sydney and holds licenses to practice law in California and New South Wales. Tony has made significant strides in his acting career with notable roles in the TV show "Apples Never Fall" (2024) and the film "Sting" (2024), establishing himself as a rising star in the industry. In 2022, he toured Australia and New Zealand performing in the Broadway hit musical "Girl From the North Country." Recently, Tony has ventured into writing and producing his own short film titled "Talk," which is set to compete in various film festivals worldwide. In addition to his acting and legal pursuits, Tony has a solid background in the fashion industry, having modeled for prestigious brands such as Guess, Calvin Klein, Jockey, and Tommy Hilfiger.  



Sting (2024)

- Officer Miller