Cedric Sanders is an American actor best known for his starring role as Latrell Griffin, the business-minded voice of reason at Edwards and Associates, in the ABC comedy-drama series Mind Games.
Born in Anchorage, Alaska, Sanders got his first break in the Sundance Film Festival hit The Ten, starring Jessica Alba and Paul Rudd. Shortly thereafter, he landed his next role in American Gangster opposite Academy Award winner Denzel Washington.
Sander's past credits include a lead role in the inspired by a true story portrayal of Richard Kelly in The Least Among You, featuring Oscar winner Louis Gossett Jr. Sanders received the Best Actor Award at the San Diego Film Festival for his performance.
He has also played supporting roles in David Fincher's critically acclaimed Oscar nominated film The Social Network, the indie race car drama Rocksteady and All Things Fall Apart, starring Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.
Sanders' television credits include appearances on Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU with Emmy-nominated actor Andre Braugher, Life Support with Queen Latifah and more.
No stranger to the stage, Sanders also won the NAACP Best Actor Award for his performance in the production Matter of Honor. In 2014 he continued his penchant for the stage in the Broadway historical musical The Scottsboro Boys at the prestigious Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.