Alimi Ballard Biography

Alimi Ballard was born in The Bronx, New York, the United States as Alimi Ballard Stiller. He is an American television actor, famous for his role as FBI agent David Sinclair on the CBS police procedural, Numb3rs.

Alimi Ballard  Age

Alimi Ballard Stiller was born on October 17, 1977, in The Bronx, New York City, New York, U.S. He is 41 years old as of 2018.

Alimi Ballard Family

Ballard was born in The Bronx, New York, Information about his parents and siblings is not yet revealed.

Alimi Ballard Wife

Ballard is married to Dior Ballard, whom they met on a blind date. The couple has two children.

Alimi Ballard Height

Ballard stands at a height of 6 feet or 1.83 m tall.

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Alimi Ballard Career

Ballard portrayed Frankie Hubbard (son of All My Children super couple Jesse and Angie) on the ABC daytime soap opera Loving and its successor series The City. He was a regular cast member on the short-lived ABC sitcom Arsenio, which starred Arsenio Hall and Vivica A. Fox. He also portrayed Quizmaster Albert on the ABC/WB series Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1997—99) and Herbal on the Fox series Dark Angel (2000—01).

Ballard co-starred in the CBS police procedural, Numb3rs as David Sinclair. Ballard guest-starred as Special Agent Gayne Levin on another CBS procedural, NCIS. This guest role reunited him with Michael Weatherly, who previously co-starred with Ballard on three series–Loving, The City, and Dark Angel. He also had the recurring role as Officer Crawford on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation from 2012 to 2015 as a newly promoted detective after appearing in Season 3 as a music producer. He also guests starred on NYPD Blue, American Dreams, Rizzoli & Isles, Drop Dead Diva, Castle, and Bones. In 2015, Ballard was cast opposite Mireille Enos in the ABC legal thriller, The Catch produced by Shonda Rhimes.

Alimi Ballard Net Worth

Alimi Ballard has an estimated Net Worth of $9 million.

Alimi Ballard Movies And Tv Shows

  • Numb3rs
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
  • The Good Doctor
  • Smokd
  • Perceptions
  • Queen Sugar
  • The Catch
  • Touched
  • Call Me King
  • Lucifer
  • My Life as a Dad
  • Santa Con
  • Scorpion
  • Present Trauma
  • The Insomniac
  • Hello Ladies
  • Elementary
  • Girlfriend Confidential: LA
  • Hollywood Heights
  • Interception
  • Marvel Super Hero Squad Online
  • Fast Five
  • Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet
  • Melissa & Joey

Alimi Ballard Lucifer

Lucifer is an American urban fantasy police procedural comedy-drama television series where Alimi Ballard Stiller played the role of Dr. Liam Garrity. The series revolves around Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), the Devil, who abandons Hell for Los Angeles where he runs his own nightclub and becomes a consultant to the LAPD.

Alimi Ballard Bones

Bones is an American crime procedural comedy-drama television series, where Alimi Ballard appeared with the role of FBI Agent James.

Alimi Ballard Queen Sugar

Alimi Ballard featured in Queen Sugar playing an American drama television series playing the role of Dr. Robert Dubois portraying an activist, who becomes Nova’s love interest. The series follows the life of three siblings: two sisters, Nova Bordelon (played by Rutina Wesley), a formidable journalist and activist from New Orleans, and Charley Bordelon (Dawn-Lyen Gardner), a working wife and mother, who, with her teenaged son Micah, leaves her upscale home in Los Angeles and moves to the heart of Louisiana to claim an inheritance from her recently departed father.

Alimi Ballard Sabrina Teenage Witch

Alimi Ballard, featured in Sabrina the Teenage Witch, an American sitcom, appearing as Quizmaster portraying Sabrina’s tutor who helps teach her to use her magic properly to acquire her witch’s license.

Alimi Ballard Fast Five

Fast Five is a 2011 American heist action film where Alimi Ballard appeared playing the role of Fusco.

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Alimi Ballard  Interview

Rick:  Oh, man. Thanks for coming on. Tell the folks what you’ve been up to. I know you from “Numb3rs,” one of my favorite shows ever.

Alimi:  Thank you kindly. Listen, man, there’s a little movie I did a year or two called “Fast Five.” It’s on DVD now.

You know we blew up the world, made $600 million, you know what I’m saying?

They gave me my $85, you know what I’m saying?

I think they owe me some checks? But it’s cool. It did really good.

Rick:  Not for you, but… [laughter]

Alimi:  I got a few dollars.

Rick:  Good.

Alimi:  It’s an awesome flick. It’s, for me, one of the best in the franchise. The new one is out. I’m not in that one, but “Fast & Furious 6” is out. But Five is awesome. If you haven’t got a chance to see it, The Rock, Vin Diesel, I’m in it a couple, it’s really pretty cool. I really, it was my first really major action movie I did right after “Numb3rs” ended. You’re kind of like, “Oh my god, what am I going to do next?” That was one of the first things I did and I loved it. Oh my god, it was a blast. We shot for three months around the world and I loved everything about it.

Rick:  Well, talking about shooting around the world, you did TV, which is one kind of production. Then you go to a movie, a major motion picture, with money behind it.

Alimi:  You mind? Can I weigh in on that?

Rick:  Yes, please do.

Alimi:  It’s astounding to see money, people that have money to burn, burn it in front of you. It’s nothing to watch someone throw a perfectly good, expensive car off a bridge. It makes you go, “Oh, that car works.” [laughter]

I mean, like, hundreds of millions of dollars. But the product happened to be great. It wasn’t a waste. What you see, a big, you see big money in action. It’s weird. I’m going on TV. You think you’ve got a lot of money. Our episode’s going to be great. They’re like, “Man, listen. This whole movie is going to cost like $300 million.” You’re like, “What?” And to watch it happen.

You need like 200 stunt guys, the best in the world, flipping cars, motorcycles. It was extraordinary. I’m a real American like that. When it blows up, I get excited. Do you know what I mean? That’s not good, but I love to see it go boom. I grew up in the “Die Hard” generation. That’s my favorite movie of all time, “Die Hard.” I can watch it every day of the week, it always sucks me in. Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, just greatness.
And so, I had a ball. I loved it.

Rick:  Awesome. I’ve got to ask about “Numb3rs,” because like I said, one of my favorites. Procedural crime drama, there’s a couple of them out there. But this one…

Rick:  Four? And they all start with three letters, and it’s like… [laughter]

But this one had the balls to make math and statistical patterns a character.

Alimi:  Yes.

Rick:  It was kind of like the Hannibal Lecter. The team is like dangerously asking for help.

Alimi:  It was just very original in that respect. What I found fascinating, Rick, was that it’s based off something real. A few years back there’s a group of bank robbers. FBI couldn’t catch them. They couldn’t predict what they were going to do next. There was this mathematician that petitioned the FBI and said, hey, let me take a look at the case file. If I can believe the FBI agent that told me. Because me and Rob Morrow, we went down to Quantico. We went down to the FBI headquarters. In DC I was inside the J. Edgar Hoover building, you know what I mean? We really got a chance to see things that I guess normally you can’t see.

He’s the one telling you that the mathematicians, this guy looked at it. I don’t have any names, by the way. But looked at the information and was able to predict which bank, out of a few, the time of day, and they just had two FBI agents posted at a couple of banks.

Sure enough, guys walk in. Like, there he is. Because there’s a pattern that will keep you away from where you live, but like near freeways. There’s a science to trying to rob if you do it well.

This guy was able to pinpoint, from the material, from the information, where they would strike, within a range of places. The guys walked in and the FBI agents were just like, you’ve got to be kidding me. Hey guy, hey, hey, you’re under arrest. And it was DONE! I thought that was the most fascinating thing because everything is math. This is an iPhone. In the medieval ages, this would be wizardry.

Rick:  Oh, yeah, you’d get burned. [laughs]

Alimi:  Yeah. Where are you located, if you don’t mind me asking?

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