|Birth Day||August 04, 1975|
|William James Jones age||47 YEARS OLD|
Best known for his role as Tony Wicks in the 1990s NBC Saturday-morning sitcom California Dreams. He is now an associate professor and the assistant director of clinical training at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Before California Dreams became a hit, James had small roles in A Dangerous Place, with Corey Feldman, and Executive Decision, starring Kurt Russell and Halle Berry.
He wrote his dissertation on the self-actualization of African-American men analyzed the lives and careers of Frederick Douglass, WEB DuBois, and Booker T. Washingtonn.
He was born in Chicago to Alonzo Jones Jr. and Lori Ann Jones. He has a brother and a sister.
He received his bachelor's degree in Psychology from Biola University, a master's degree from Pepperdine University, and completed his PhD from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Other Biola graduates include Zach King and Noah Munck