Aisha Hinds

Aisha Hinds

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    • November 13th, 1975
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Aisha Hinds (born November 13, 1975) is an American television and film actress. Hinds was born in Brooklyn, New York. She began her career on television in 2003, on NYPD Blue. In 2004, she had a recurring role on The Shield as Annie Price, and later guest-starred in Crossing Jordan, Boston Legal, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Stargate SG-1, Cold Case, and Desperate Housewives.Hinds was a series regular in the two short-lived ABC series Invasion from 2005 to 2006, and Detroit 1-8-7 (2010-2011). She had recurring roles on Dollhouse, HawthoRNe, True Blood, and Cult. In film, Hinds appeared in Mr. Brooks, Madea Goes to Jail, Unstoppable, and Star Trek Into Darkness. In 2013, Hinds appeared on the CW series, Cult, as the evil Rosalind Sakelik. Right after Cult was canceled, Hinds was cast as a series regular on the CBS television series Under the Dome based on Stephen King's book of the same title. In 2014, she had supporting roles in films If I Stay and Beyond the Lights. Also in that year, she had the recurring role of Chief Investigator Ava Wallace on the CBS police procedural, NCIS: Los Angeles.


Acting (14 Credits)

2019Godzilla: King of the Monsters as Colonel Diane Foster
20189-1-1 as Henrietta Wilson
2018Unsolved (2018) as Voletta Wallace
2017Shots Fired as Janae James
2016All the Way as Fannie Lou Hamer
2014Beyond the Lights as J Stanley
2014If I Stay as Nurse Ramirez
2013Star Trek Into Darkness as Navigation Officer Darwin
2011Five as Bernice
2010Detroit 1-8-7 as Lt. Maureen Mason
2010The Next Three Days as Detective Collero
2009Madea Goes to Jail as Fran
2007Mr. Brooks as Nancy Hart
2005Assault on Precinct 13 as Anna


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