J. August Richards

J. August Richards

actor, producer, director

J. August Richards was born on Aug 28, 1973 in USA. J. August Richards's big-screen debut came with Higher Learning directed by John Singleton in 1995, strarring Partygoer (uncredited). J. August Richards is known for Kevin (Probably) Saves the World directed by J. Miller Tobin, Jason Ritter stars as Kevin Finn and JoAnna Garcia Swisher as Amy Cabrera. J. August Richards has got 2 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award J. August Richards achieved is Indie Series Awards. The upcoming new tvshow J. August Richards plays is Vampire Academy - Season 1 which will be released on Sep 15, 2022.

Born in Washington, D.C., and raised in the Maryland suburb of Bladensburg, Richards discovered his love for acting at an early age and enrolled in a performing arts high school where he appeared in several plays a year. Academically confident and determined to move out to Los Angeles to pursue his acting aspirations, Richards applied to only one college - the University of Southern California (USC). Not only was he accepted, he also won numerous scholarships and grants to study theater. Upon graduation from USC, Richards began working steadily in film, television and theater. Playing a rapping bike messenger who believes he is an alien abductee in the Mark Taper Forum's (Los Angeles) production of "Space," he began to earn recognition and rave reviews.Richards was introduced to fans of "Angel" during the series' first season the rogue, street-savvy vampire hunter Charles Gunn. In season five, his character was transformed into a "take-no-prisoners" lawyer at the evil law firm Wolfram and Hart. In "Conviction," Richards returns to the "letter of the law" in his role as Billy Desmond, an ambitious and brilliant assistant district attorney who does not lose.On the big screen, Richards has appeared in the feature films "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" and "Good Burger." He also starred in the television movies "Critical Assembly," "The Temptations" and "Mutiny." Richards also guest-starred on "The Practice," "Chicago Hope," "The Cosby Show" and "Any Day Now." Last summer, Richards won critical notices in Kenneth Lonergan's "Lobby Hero" at the prestigious Old Globe Theatre.

  • Birthday

    Aug 28, 1973
  • Place of Birth

    Washington, District of Columbia, USA
  • Also known


Known For


2 wins & 3 nominations

Indie Series Awards
Best Writing - Drama
Winner - ISA
International Academy of Web Television Awards
Best Writing (Drama)
Winner - IAWTV Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows