Richard T. Jones – Net Worth, Biography, Wife, Quotes

Richard Timothy Jones is an American actor who is best known for portraying an FBI Agent on ”Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.”

Jones is also known for his portrayals of Mike in the films ”Why Did I Get Married?” and ”Why Did I Get Married Too?” and Laveinio in the film ”The Wood.”


Richard T. Jones was born in Japan on January 16, 1972. He is the son of Clarence Jones, a hitting instructor and a professional baseball player for the Cleveland Indians, and Lorene, a computer analyst.

Jones attended Tuskegee University and after enrolling in a drama class there, he became interested in acting.

In 1993, he made his first important onscreen appearance, with a bit part as Ike Turner Jr. in the harrowing drama ”What’s Love Got To Do With It?”

In 2000, the actor was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Bruce Van Exel on ”Judging Amy.”

Moreover, the actor appeared in an episode of Hawaii Five-O with Alex O’Loughlin. Recently, he starred in the CBS series ”Wisdom of the Crowd.”

Richard T. Jones Net Worth
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In 2019, he performed in ”Round of Your Life.”


Richard T. Jones has been married to Nancy Jones since October 1996.

The couple has met 2 years before their marriage i.e. 1994 when Nancy Jones was a waitress at a hotel in Los Angels.

Richard T. Jones with his wife Nancy Jones
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“I had no choice – he was such a bad tipper, I had to marry him to get my money back,” said Nancy when she was asked about how they met and married. They have 4 children together.


When he delivered a speech at a Christian movement called ”Jesus Culture,” the actor inspired a group of youth.

He is the son of Clarence Jones, a former major league first baseman-outfielder.

In his free time, Jones enjoys taking his wife out, reading the Bible, watching football, and chauffeuring his kids.


Nancy Jones with her husband Richard T. Jones
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”It’s not always about the role as much as it is about people. I’ve come to find out that the experiences you have with people you film with, is way more important than the role.”

”It’s funny I grew up with baseball. My sport was football, my older brother plays basketball as an international pro, but my sport was football my whole life, so I never wanted to be a baseball player.”

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”Ultimately it’s all about whether the fans watch and enjoy the show. Critics don’t have Nielsen boxes, no matter what they think.”

“I’m not a cop, but it does give you a different appreciation for the LAPD. Doing the ride-along, talking to them, you understand it’s a priority that you go home at night.”

”I was fortunate to get into acting because of a professor of mine in college. I was planning to be a lawyer. I used to party a little bit too much in college and so I had to take an acting class thinking how hard can it be.”

”The hype is always weird because it can set you up for great success or a big failure. I’m just hoping that people tune in and enjoy the show.”

”I try to walk into the set with joy. Of course, you have your ups and downs, but I believe in the joy of the lord.”

Richard T. Jones – Net Worth

He earned most of his wealth from performing in over 108 movies and television series. In addition, Richard was a producer in 5 movies. Therefore, Richard T. Jones has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

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9 thoughts on “Richard T. Jones – Net Worth, Biography, Wife, Quotes”

  1. Richard,
    I met you for the first time today. You have a beautiful motorcycle and you are a beautiful person. God bless you for your love of our Lord! You are an inspiration and I hope we can ride together again.


  2. Richard and Nancy, I watched your MS. Home being remodeled on Hometown TV show. I enjoyed it very much and getting to see more of you. You are a GREAT Actor.
    Enjoy your new home.

  3. I enjoyed the show on the renovation in Laurel, I lived there in 1971-1978 as the first African American letter carrier in Laurel. Praises to the both of you.
    Keep up the good work
    God bless

  4. I have always been a fan of your acting career. My husband and I are from the Mississippi Gulf coast. We fell in love with Nancy on Home Town. When we saw y’all on the show, we thought you must be Christians. Your love and generosity is so inspiring. Thank you for coming to my home state and making such a big impact on a small town!

  5. Hi you are a great actor my favorite movie is G and the wood i watch you on home town they need to show it more, your wife is sweet good couple. Keep up the good work. God is good.

  6. Took years to meet you at a family reunion we are kinda related you know the family is huge I have a pic of you and myself in California you keep up the good acting been watching you for years matter of fact watching you now 3 of my favs Why did I get married 1& 2, and What’s Love Got to do with it, all good but can’t beat that wine bottle scene stay safe and God bless you and your family.


  7. How beautiful to see a down to earth, lovingly married, God loving, Hollywood actor! May you and your family stay blessed!!!

  8. Tia

    Richard, I saw you and your wife Nancy for the first time today on Home Town with Ben and Erin in Laurel, MS. What a wonderful thing it is when you can give back to a community. Nancy’s joy of the finished project was heartfelt. Hopefully what you started takeoff like a wildfire. Take care, Stay Safe and Healthy in our new normal.


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