CLYDE R. JONES
Clyde Jones has developed a reputation of sorts. A reputation of being a bad boy and nothing more could be further from the truth. For the last twelve years or so, Clyde has appeared in various on and Off-Broadway stage productions. Among them, “Which Way Do I Go,” “Why Good Girls Like Bad Boys,” and “B Careful What U Pray 4” in which he shared the stage with Cuba Gooding Sr. and Shirley Murdoch.
From 1997 to 1999 Clyde toured the country with “Why Good Girls Like Bad Boys” in the role of Silk to which he played to rave reviews. "CJ" as friends and family affectionately call him appeared in the Lifetime Movie “MY LIFE IS NOT A FAIRYTALE: THE FANTASIA BARRINO STORY.” Despite his endless list of credits, the one role that folks remember Clyde from the most is that of the guy from the SOUL GLO commercial from “Coming to America.”
Yes, he is Mr. LET YOUR SOUL GLO! Clyde is very much grounded in his faith as a Christian. And in all things, he puts the Lord first in his life.
Some of Clyde’s more recent work includes “Bending the Rules” with WWE’s Adam Copeland where Clyde plays Lt. Glass and “The Courier” with Mickey Rourke in which clyde played the role of Jack Straw. Get on up the James Brown Movie and played Lamont in Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day a movie written and produced by Bishop T D Jakes.
Clyde's IMDB Page: http://www.imdb.me/clyderjones