Dorian Missick is an American actor. He had his career beginnings in the 1990s, debuting in the TV series In the Heat of the Night. Meanwhile, his first movie role was in the low-budget film Two Way Crossing in 1998. In the 2000s, he starred as Damian Henry in the TV series Six Degrees. He also had roles in such films as Two Weeks Notice, Undermind, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, The Manchurian Candidate, Freedomland, and Lucky Number Slevin. In 2011, he starred as Marty Voyt in the NBC series The Cape. After this, he played Detective Ruben Robinson in Southland. He had notable roles in such television shows as Rake, Being Mary Jane, and Haven. Missick became further known for starring as Brett Tatro in The Good Wife. He recently played Sam in Tell Me a Story and currently stars as Jamal Bishop in ABC’s For Life.