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Jim Klock is an American actor and producer, best known for his works on Decoy (2008), Gone Too Far (2008), and Murder Eleven (2013).
Life and career
Born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Klock has five sisters and one brother. He is a 13 year police veteran and former Narcotics Detective who has been a bodyguard for many A-list celebrities. He has trained and worked in all areas of law enforcement. He is an expert in SWAT tactics and hostage negotiations and is experienced in crime scene processing and evidence collection. He is also a lead instructor in the areas of Narcotics Investigation, Surveillance and Counter Surveillance Techniques, and close quarter combat.
Since changing careers from law enforcement to film-making, Klock incorporates his years of training and experience as a police officer into his writing and directing. This experience ranges from Undercover Narcotics along with being a Law Enforcement Instructor in Defensive Tactics, Narcotics Enforcement, and Interview and Interrogation.
Along with working for Sunrise Films, he also owns the production company Code 3 Films with his best friend and creative producer, Darrell Martinelli.
As an actor, he has appeared in many films and TV shows, such as 24 (2007), Desperate Housewives (2007), The Trials of Cate McCall (2013), True Detective (2014), or NCIS: Nueva Orleans (2015). Jim was also the lead role in the short film Gone Too Far, a 2008 short film which he also produced, directed, and wrote. In 2015, he was a guest-star on the first season of Scream Queens as Detective Chisolm.
- The Wire (2004)
- Las Vegas (2007)
- Shark (2007)
- Desperate Housewives (2007)
- 24 (2007)
- Jericho (2008)
- Prison Break (2008)
- Criminal Minds (2008)
- Scream Queens (2015)