People’s Light debut. Theatre Includes: Most recently appeared in the Tony nominated musical After Midnight (Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre). First came to prominence as The Kid opposite Savion Glover and Jeffrey Wright in Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk (Public Theatre, Broadway’s Ambassador Theatre). Other stage credits include the Alicia Keys produced play Stick Fly (Broadway’s Cort Theatre), Black and Blue (Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre), The Tap Dance Kid (Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre and National Tour), Shenandoah (Paper Mill Playhouse), The Little Rascals (Goodspeed Opera House), and Amiri Barka’s Obie award-winning play Dutchman (Cherry Lane Theatre). Film/Television Includes: Best known for his work as Charlie Young on The West Wing, for which he garnered an Emmy Award nomination and four Image Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, as well as receiving two Screen Actors Guild Awards as part of the ensemble in a drama series. He has been nominated for seven NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series for his work on USA’s Psych, in which he portrayed Burton ‘Gus’ Guster for eight seasons and served as a producer. Hill will be reviving this role with the original co-stars in the upcoming film Psych: The Movie, premiering on USA this December. This Spring, Hill starred in J.D. Dillard’s drama Sleight, which has received rave reviews since its 2016 Sundance Film Festival debut. Hill most recently joined for a season-long arc as rival senior partner, Alex Williams, in the USA Network drama Suits, which just premiered its seventh season. Hill can also be seen in the third season of the HBO series Ballers with Dwayne Johnson. Previous film credits include the Independent Spirit Award nominated film Gayby; David H. Steinberg’s Miss Dial alongside Robinne Lee, Sam Jaeger and Jon Huertas; Stuart Gordon’s adaptation of David Mamet’s Edmond, opposite William H. Macy; Andrew Davis’ The Guardian; Disney’s Holes, an adaptation of the award-winning children’s novel by Louis Sachar in which he appeared as Sam the Onion Man alongside co-stars Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight and Shia LaBeouf; Gravy; Sugar Hill; She’s All That; and Sexual Life. Hill would like to thank Wilkie Fergueson and Liz Himelstein for all their help preparing to step into the magnificent shoes of Mr. Cole.