Jim Codrington is a Canadian actor best known for his role as Acting Inspector Darnell Williams in the television drama series The Border, from 2008-2010.
Codrington began his acting career at the age of 13 in a Black Theatre Canada production of The Malfini. Since that time, Jim has worked primarily in film and television (notable exceptions include playing Mufasa in the Toronto production of The Lion King, and playing the title role in a Saskatchewan regional theatre production of Othello).
Jim's first major foray into television was as co-host of the multiple-award winning Canadian children's series The Polka Dot Door. Since then, Jim's dramatic roles have been many and varied.
Highlights include: a series regular role in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation series Liberty Street; a supporting role in the NBC drama Vanished Without A Trace; and a guest-starring role on Gene Rodenberry's Earth: Final Conflict.