Richard T. Jones has worked on several TV movies including Hollywood Confidential and Incognito.
Richard is the son of Clarence Jones who was the hitting Instructor for the Cleveland Indians, and Lorene Jones. His parents are now divorced.
Richard lives in Los Angeles with his family.
As of 2006, Richard is working on two films which will be released in 2007; Oranges and Vantage Point.
In 2004 Richard co-produced Breach - he also had a role in this film as Alan McCabe. Richard also co-produced another film, Finding Neo in this year.
Richard attended Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance, California.
Richard studied Law while at Tuskegee University.
In addition to his work on television, Richard has appeared in several supporting roles in movies such as Kiss The Girls, The Trigger Effect and Phonebooth.
Richard filed a lawsuit against 20th Century Fox in 2001 in order to be released from his Judging Amy contract.
Although he was born in Japan, Richard was raised in Carson, California.
Richard is married. His wife's name is Nancy Jones.
Richard has two daughters and a son. His daughters' names are Aubrey and Sydney, and his son is called Elijah.
Richard is 6'2" (1.88 m) tall.
In 1999 Richard T. Jones was nominated for an Image Award in the category Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Judging Amy.
Richard T. Jones: (On the dropping of his lawsuit against CBS) I am relieved that this matter was worked out between the studio and myself and that there was no need to pursue legal action. My concern was always the exploration of my creative and artistic freedom - and those issues have been resolved. I'm looking forward to next season.
Richard T. Jones: The Sixteenth Round by Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter was probably the first book I read as an adult. The story made me think about the many challenges faced by Black males in this society. Carter's belief in himself pulled him out of the depths of poverty and let him become a champion boxer. Ultimately, that same drive and passion got him released from prison.