Starred on "The Rookie", "Good Girls", "Goliath", "A.P. Bio", "Killing Hasselhoff" "The Fosters", "Girlfriends Guide to Divorce" Recurring role on "Criminal Minds" on CBS as "Malcolm", Starring on NBC's Superstore, Showtime's "Shameless", Disney's "Bizaardvark" "NCIS: Los Angeles" on CBS
"Talent is what's inside, genius is being able to share it." Alfred Adderly
Alfred recently starred on CBS S.W.A.T., a recurring role as "Malcolm" on Criminal minds also on CBS. Who can forget his poised yet refined performance on CBS's NCIS? Alfred has premiered on Showtime's Shameless as Jim, also, Disney's Bizaardvark, ABC's Fresh off The Boat, and MTV's Awkward. and dazzled on Nickelodeon-TV as Cheb on the hit show Sam & Cat with Jeannette McCurdy and Ariana Grande and has returned to ABC-TV as a recurring star on the Emmy Award-winning late-night talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!".
This former US Navy Veteran has made his mark in both independent and feature films like the sidesplitting Peter Hoare film Killing Hasselhoff (2017) opposite David Hasselhoff and Ken Jeong. Alfred shows his range by tackling roles that are compelling and controversial like in John Chi's Tentacle 8 (2014) with Brett Rickaby, Joshua Morrow, and Amy Motta and not to be outdone the hilarious dark comedy short by Jeffrey Fleisig, Love and a Lugwrench (2015) with Abby Miller, Ben Wilson & Carl Bradley Anderson.
Alfred has ventured to return to his studies and has been accepted in the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) where he is going for a Film and Media Studies degree.
Alfred is passionate about his community and strives to mentor and teach young people about the importance of self respect and kindness to others. "In this crazy world we live in I want to teach the youth to stand up for what they believe in, and never fear the unknown, because success waits on the other side of fear; dare to dream"
Without question, Alfred Adderly's talent, charm, and grace will capture the hearts and minds of people in the entertainment Industry and - The World.