Burl Moseley is an American actor of stage, television and film. He is a graduate of the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU where he earned a BFA. Additionally, Moseley studied comedy improv at several sketch groups including iO West, UCB, Groundlings and ACME. He is also a martial artist having trained in Wushu and Tae Kwon Do. While in New York Moseley appeared in several off Broadway productions along with performing at the Sundance Theatre Festival and New York Theatre Workshop. After moving to Los Angeles he continued his to act on stage at various venues including the IAMA Theatre Company. His first credited movie role was a minor part in the 2004 drama "Sacrifice." In 2007 he appeared more prominently in the low budget film "Truth." He made his television debut in 2008 on the NBC procedural "Law & Order." Moseley followed that up in 2009 with a featured role in two episodes of the FOX series "24 (TV show)." Other appearances include parts on "Monk", "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Mindy Project." Moseley has also done short films and online web videos including playing the lead in "Groundhog Day For A Black Man" which won an Outstanding Comedy and Critic's Choice Award. In 2015 he was cast in The CW musical comedy "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" as "Jim Kittsworth" an obnoxious lawyer at the firm of Whitefeather & Associates.