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|Birth date:||May 17, 1966|
|Birth place:||Iowa City, Iowa, U.S.|
|Height:||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Producer, Writer|
|Education:||Harvard Law School, Harvard University, Brown University, John F. Kennedy School of Government|
|Parents:||Harry Harper, Marilyn Hill|
|Books:||Letters to a Young Brother, The Conversation, The Badge|
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The accomplished movie, television and stage performer is professionally referred to as Hill Harper. He’s best known in the CBS hit drama show CSI: NY playing the part of Dr. Sheldon Hawkes, a reclusive coroner who walked away from a promising surgical career after the traumatic loss of two patients.
Hill Harper Net Worth $2 Million
Despite having a J.D. and M.P.A., he chose to use neither and move to Los Angeles to pursue his performing career. His film and television break came in 1993 when he did a recurring work on the Fox show Married… with Children and had his movie debut in the short film Confessions of a Dog. He had his first substantial part as a feature in Get on the Bus (1996) by Spike Lee. His versatility in movie continued with Hav Plenty (1997) by Christopher Scott Cherot and Lee’s He Got Game (1998). J.D. had roles in both mainstream and independent film circuits including Beloved (1998), Loving Jezebel (1999), The Skulls (2000) and The Visit (2000) by Jordan Walker-Pearlman. Before he landed in CSI: NY, he costarred in The Handler (2003) along with Emmy nominee Joe Pantoliano that earned him a 2005 Golden Satellite Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He won this award for three consecutive years (2008-2010) in his part in CSI: NY. He also starred in the 2010 Syfy first picture Stonehenge Apocalypse. His performance in the CBS show City of Angels earned him the NAACP Image Awards using a nomination as Best Supporting Actor.
Hill Harper is an author of several novels. These include Letters to a Young Brother: MANifest Your Destiny (2006), Letters to a Young Sister: explain Your Destiny (2008), How Men as well as Women Can Assemble Loving, Trusting Relationships (2010) and The Wealth Cure: Placing Money in Its Position (2011). While writing the fourth novel, he was identified as having a thyroid cancer but later on given a clean bill of health after treatment.