Cylk Cozart an American actor, Director , Producer and, Writer is currently single. He has appeared in over 30 films and 20 television shows. Cylk's father is African-American and his mother is Native American. He won a basketball scholarship while he was attending Montreat-Anderson, Jr College. Cozart made his feature film debut in "Warner Bros". In his modelling career, Cylk appeared in numerous publications such as Vogue, GQ, and Essence.
Cylk's most prominent roles are Detective Jimmy Mulvey opposite Bruce Willis in 16 Blocks, Steven Spielberg's Eagle Eye, and the family feature film, Adrift. He co-created and produced, "Spirit of Life", for the 2000 Summer Paralympic Games in Sydney and "Spirit of Life" earned a Videographer Award, Aurora Award, NY Film Festival Bronze Award, and Telly Award. Currently, he is the Director of Entertainment / Education for his Foundation, Keeping Dreams Alive.