Tone Bell is an actor, writer, and comedian known most recently for starring as John Levy alongside Oscar nominee and Golden Globe-winner Andra Day in Lee Daniels' award-winning film "The U.S. vs. Billie Holiday". Tone also starred as comedic legend Richard Pryor in BET’s "American Soul" and opposite Nina Dobrev in the CBS series "Fam". He has also been seen co-starring with Kathy Bates in Netflix’s original comedy series "Disjointed". Tone guest-starred on the current season of HBO Max’s "A Black Lady Sketch Show", which has been nominated for eight Emmys. An accomplished nationally touring stand-up comic, Tone's debut hour-long comedy special on Showtime first aired in February of 2019. "Tone Bell: Can't Cancel This" can currently be seen on Showtime, Showtime Demand, Showtime Anytime, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. Tone co-starred in the Emmy-nominated film "Sylvie's Love" with Tessa Thompson and Eva Longoria, which premiered at Sundance in January 2020 and was distributed by Amazon. Tone's other films, "Little" starring Issa Rae, Regina Hall and Marsai Martin and produced by Will Packer, and "Dog Days" starring Nina Dobrev, Vanessa Hudgens, Rob Corddry, and Adam Pally are both available on Hulu, as well as DVD and Blu-ray. He can additionally be seen in the independent film "The Weekend", written and directed by Stella Meghie, with DeWanda Wise, Sasheer Zamata, Y’Lan Noel and Kym Whitley, which is also available on Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.