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|Born||April 10, 1968|
|Episode||Moving the Chains|
Jones started out in small parts in the early 1990s until he landed a regular spot on MadTV in 1995. Since then, he has had featured roles in Woo, The Replacements, Bedazzled, Say It Isn't So, Evolution, The Time Machine, Drumline, Biker Boyz, Father of the Pride, The Evidence, The Adventures of Chico and Guapo, Primeval, Men in Trees, Rules of Engagement, Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant and Seconds Apart. Watch for him in The Chicago 8.
Jones currently stars in the series Sleepy Hollow
- Appeared with Madison Davenport on Save Me
- Appeared with Marc Blucas on Necessary Roughness
- Appeared with Judy Greer in Tax Man
- Appeared with Patrick Fugit and Colleen Camp in Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant
- Appeared with Amber Tamblyn and Joel Moore in Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
- Appeared with Chi McBride on Pushing Daisies
- Appeared with Currie Graham on Men in Trees
- Appeared with Michael Weston in Looking for Sunday
- Appeared with Carl Reiner and Daryl Sabara on Father of the Pride
- Appeared with Myndy Crist in The Time Machine
- Appeared with Brent Briscoe in Say It Isn't So
- Appeared with Brent Briscoe in Double Take
- Appeared with Myndy Crist in Chain of Fools
- Appeared with LL Cool J in Woo
- Appeared with LL Cool J on MadTV
- Appeared with Kadeem Hardison on A Different World
- Was a writer on the series Roc Live starring Charles S. Dutton