Coby Bell

The son of veteran Broadway actor Michael Bell, Coby Bell was exposed to the world of entertainment at the early age of three. The California-bred actor began his career after college with small television roles in The Parent 'Hood, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, ER, Smart Guy and L.A. Doctors. In 1999, Bell landed the role of Officer Tyrone "Ty" Davis, Jr., on the hit NBC crime drama, Third Watch. He brought the character to life throughout the drama’s six-season run. Following the end of the show, he landed a recurring role on Half & Half, and produced the 2006 indie film, Drifting Elegant. A man of many talents, Bell is also an accomplished musician and songwriter for a regional reggae band. Now a married father of four, he is actively involved in Big Brothers of America, where he mentors underprivileged youth. Most recently, Coby makes his return to season four of The Game as the retired NFL Wide Receiver, Jason Pitts turned NFL Analyst.