Lawrence Adisa (born October 3, 1968) is an American actor, producer, and writer. Adisa is majorly known for Clockers (1995), New York Undercover, and 7th Heaven.
Adisa has appeared in films and many hit TV shows guest starring with Alan Alda (ER), Dick Van Dyke (Diagnosis Murder), Bill Cosby (Cosby Mysteries), Toni Braxton (Play’d A Hip Hop Story), and Regina King (NY Undercover) just to name a few. After landing a supporting role on the film Clockers directed by Spike Lee, Adisa went on to enjoy a steady career with numerous guest star TV roles. Off camera, he has written and produced feature films. The Warner Brothers released comedy, Grindin (2007) and The Love Section (2013) which appeared on BET and he produced BnB Hell (2017) which he appeared on.
Lawrence B. Adisa was born on October 3, 1968 in Mount Vernon, New York. Studying with the Black Filmmakers Foundation and HB Studios, he built his skills and confidence. His acting career began in 1992, taking roles in off-Broadway productions.
Since 1994 Adisa has worked with a who’s who in Hollywood both in front of and behind the camera. In 2016 Adisa launched his new production company, Lawrence Adisa Films, LLC. All present and future projects fall under the Lawrence Adisa Films, LLC umbrella.