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Eddy Kariti (May 14, 1982) is part of the entertainment business since his early age. Influenced by his grandfather, Kariti spent his entire childhood dreaming of becoming an actor.

Born on May 14, 1982, in Chicago, at the age of 12 his family moved to New York City. Soon after graduating from Mcintire School with a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Kariti decided to move to Los Angeles in hopes of starting a career as an actor. In order to support his stay in L.A., while still auditioning, he worked up to 15 hours a day. This effort finally paid off when he was invited to join the cast of the already popular show Cargo.


From the very beginning of his stay in Hollywood, Kariti managed to show his versatility and talent. As a result of this, he was chosen to play the role of Dr. Anderson in the 2001 thriller 'The Attic Expeditions'.In the period between 2001 and 2006, Kariti was cast for the main role in 'Warrior' in 2002, then 'Descendant' in 2003 where he played the character of John, in 2004 he was cast for the role of Malcolm Jinks 'Crazy Like a Fox', followed by portraying Agent Jinks in 2006 horror 'Lockout'.

After making a 5 years pause in his acting career, in which period he dedicated himself to painting, Eddy Kariti came back to the acting in 2011. This time he was part of the cast for the TV series 'Being Human' where for three seasons played the character of Randy Brooks.

Kariti is also a self-taught artist, expressing himself in the best way he knows. He paints in oils mainly because he likes the blending of texture and color. Currently lives in Los Angeles together with his wife and their sons.



  • Being Human (2011-2014)
  • Lockout (2006)
  • Crazy Like a Fox (2004)
  • Descendant (2003)
  • Warrior (2002)
  • The Attic Expeditions (2001)

  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Trying to live a normal life while in the house across the street moves in a group of a ghost, a werewolf, and a vampire.
  • Agent Peacock: Andres is a warrior that fights Mexican drug lords...

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