Warren Kole stands tall at the height of 5 feet and 10 inches that is 1.78 m.
Warren Kole has been active since 2000s and it is sure that during these period, he must have won multiple fans and followers in his career.
He has more than thousands of followers on the Facebook and Instagram account.
Marks grew up in a series of foster homes — 18 to be exact — and according to Ealy, that’s where a lot of his character’s issues stem from: “I would say one of the more interesting parts about Travis is his fear of commitment and abandonment.
Those two make him a little bit more complex than he seems. His hotness factor is upped even more now that’s he’s on and he’s showing us he has some serious comedy skills.
The Crush Factor: We like a man in a suit and Warren Kole is one snappy dresser on this show.
Our crush is recent but extends back to 2011, where we met him on a little show we loved called .
Like he’s just laid back and cool and comfortable in his own skin, and I really tried to bring that to the character of Travis.” The Crush Factor: Where to start? And, you know, the comedy has made it the most difficult job I’ve ever had.
Because being funny five days a week for 15 hours is the most difficult thing anyone could ever ask of anyone.
So it was more interesting and fun to play him, because there were more layers than just what we see on the surface.” As for Travis’ relationship with his partner, Detective Wes Mitchell (Warren Kole), things are pretty turbulent. He almost always plays such intense characters, so we love how he gets to mix the funny in with the drama on this show.
Maybe if Travis learned to apologize, admit when he was wrong, or stop dating ladies he works with, there would be less yelling, accusations and physical altercations. Ealy looked to the movies for inspiration into playing his character. And when you watch Eddie Murphy and Axel Foley, he’s in control at all times. “It was a job that I was actually able to learn and I’m proud of that.
We’ve seen the pilot and got a chance to take part in a press call with Michael Ealy who talked about and his character.