Howard Lockie

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Howard Moulton Lockie

(1960-10-14) October 14, 1960 (age 63)
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Years active1995–present
Parent(s)Ann M. Lockie (Mother) R. Thomas Lockie (Father)

Howard Moulton Lockie (born October 14, 1960) is an American actor and producer best known for Netflix Colin in Black & White playing Coach Parker to a young Colin Kaepernick for 4 episodes[1] and Millennials as Mr. O'Dell on AMC Networks Allblk alongside Kyle Massey and Aaron Grady.[2] Howard has modeled in Glamour (magazine) with Beverly Johnson[3] and been featured regularly in the Los Angeles Times[4], Santa Monica Outlook[5], and the Palisadian-Post as a homegrown West Los Angeles baseball prodigy.

Early Life

Howard Moulton Lockie was born on October 14. 1960 in Santa Monica, California. He was named after his grandfather, Howard M. Lockie of D'Addario (manufacturer) Reeds and Lockie Music Exchange.[6][7] The son of R. Thomas Lockie, a lawyer, and Ann M. Lockie. He was the second of five children. During his teenage years he played baseball and threw the first perfect game at West LA Pony League eventually playing high school baseball at Palisades Charter High School with Jay Schroeder. After graduating from high school Howard attended American University in Washington, D.C. graduating in 1983. He spent a semester abroad in Avignon, France. He started acting while living in New York City at HB Studio studying with William Hickey (actor).


In the early 1990s, Howard returned from working in New York City for International Sports Summit to Los Angeles to pursue a lifelong passion for the Performing arts.

He began to study acting with Peter Flood in Beverly Hills, California with classmates Peter Berg and Lawrence Bender. In 1996 he appeared as a Play Tone band member in Tom Hanks' That Thing You Do!, followed by Hefner: Unauthorized (TV Movie), The 70’s (TV Series) and House of Frankenstein (miniseries), all for director Peter Werner. Howard appeared in the pilot for Sleeper Cell (TV series) and a 2007 episode of Bones (TV series) as Homeland Security Agent.

In 2000, Howard returned to the stage in Los Angeles appearing in a Theatre Palisades production of Christopher Durang The Actor's Nightmare followed with a highly successful performance as Sam/Jesse/Roy in Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite (for which Howard won a Scenie Award[8][9],) Mr. Lawson in All The King’s Men, Theo in The Underpants, Sir Francis Chesney in Charley's Aunt, and Captain Harvey in World War II drama Port Chicago 50 for director Dennis Rowe[10]. Howard toured nationally for Port Chicago 50 telling this gritty drama at Black Theatres across America, most notably Berkeley Black Theatre and National Theatre of Harlem.

In 2004, Howard appeared in Prism Award winner Purgatory House[11]. 2006 saw Howard in State's Evidence for Benjamin Louis followed by 2010’s Cupid’s Arrow for Dan Peterson. 2011 saw Howard work with acclaimed German director Ulli Lommel on D.C. Sniper and Mondo Americana.

Most recently, Howard shot the pilot and first two seasons of Millennials for Rugg Williams playing Mr. O’Dell, boss at Anglo Advertising streaming on #allblk.

In 2021, Howard starred as Coach Parker for Ava DuVernay in Netflix’s Colin in Black & White. He appeared in 4 episodes opposite Jaden Michael’s Colin Kaepernick.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
1996 That Thing You Do! Play-Tone Band member
1997 Passion and Romance: Double or Nothing Robert
1999 Hefner: Unauthorized Reporter #1
2004 Purgatory House Silver's Dad
2004 State's Evidence Dad
2007 Have Love, Will Travel Roger
2009 Boppin' at the Glue Factory Paramedic Leon
2010 D.C. Sniper Darren Gottleab
2010 Cupid's Arrow Dean Jeffries
2015 Mondo Americana Harry
2016 Hail, Caesar! 1940s News Guy
2017 Happenstance Tom the Actor
2018 Con Man Agent Myers
2021 The Trouble Dirk Stevens


Year Title Role Notes
1990 The Bold and the Beautiful Reporter
1996 Melrose Place Man
1997 House of Frankenstein Sturgeon 2 Episodes
2000 The '70s The Aide
2002 The West Wing Democrat
2005 Sleeper Cell CPB Officer #1 Pilot Episode
2005 Bones Homeland Security Agent
2015 Did He Do It? Det. Dave Rice
2015 True Nightmares Det. Perry
2015 Afternoon Delight Live on Hollywood and Vine Self - Host
2016 The Actor's Choice Self
2016 Betrayed Larry
2018 Criminal Confessions Det. Gunthrie / William
2018 Sketchy Steve
2019 Life Coaches and Rock Stars Sammy Collins
2020 Torn from the Headlines: The New York Post Reports Ed Kaminow
2020 Family Time Coach Hoyt
2021 Colin in Black & White Coach Parker 4 Episodes
2021 Millennials Mr. O'Dell / Mr. O'Dolla Pilot & 8 Episodes


Year Title Role Notes
2012 All the King's Men Mr. Lawson
2013 Plaza Suite Sam/Jesse/Roy Received Scenie Award for performance[9]
2014 The Underpants Theo
2014 Port Chicago 50 Captain Harvey
2015 Richard II & Henry IV Repertory Pistol and Warwick
2018 Port Chicago 50 Captain Harvey Off Broadway
2019 Charley's Aunt Sir Francis


  • 2013 Scenie Award for "Best Performance By A Lead Actor - Comedy" for role in Plaza Suite[9]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Colin in Black & White release date, cast, synopsis and more". Netflix Life. 2021-08-12. Retrieved 2022-01-25.
  3. "GlamCoverGirls" (PDF).
  4. "5 Apr 1979, 232 - The Los Angeles Times at". Retrieved 2022-04-06.
  5. "Santa Monica Outlook clipping 4-19-75 | MEDIA". Howard M. Lockie. Retrieved 2022-04-06.
  6. "R. Thomas Lockie". Retrieved 2022-02-04.
  7. "A Complete History Of Rico Reeds". University of South Carolina Scholar Commons.
  8. sharonraifordbush. "Plaza Suite". Sharon Raiford Bush's Blog. Retrieved 2022-04-07.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 "2012-2013 StageSceneLA Scenies". StageSceneLA. 2013-09-10. Retrieved 2022-01-25.
  10. Armstrong, Linda (2017-08-24). "'Port Chicago 50'—A true story that needs to be told!". New York Amsterdam News. Retrieved 2022-01-25.
  11. "Purgatory House, The Movie. A Feature Written By A 14-Year-Old-Girl". Retrieved 2022-04-07.

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