In 2015, Linc partnered with Edie Hand to develop film, web, and music-oriented projects with Hand ‘N Hand Entertainment, Inc.
Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Linc Hand grew up being cast in local and national commercials through his Mom’s advertising agency since he was six years old. After moving to Los Angeles, Linc began to explore his love of acting further by studying with legendary coach Howard Fine.
A life-long athlete, Linc’s love of sports was nurtured by his father at a young age. Linc excelled at football, basketball, and martial arts, but it would be baseball that ultimately brought Linc’s passions together. Linc’s natural athleticism made him a perfect fit to play Fritz Ostermueller, one of Jackie Robinson’s primary antagonists in the 2013 hit feature, 42.
Linc’s television work has been seen on CBS, HBO, FX, and The CW. He was also seen on CBS’s NCIS as Navy Petty Officer First Class Damien Hunter. He also joined ABC’s Revenge as a recurring character during the show’s final 2013/14 story arc.
Linc has been featured in numerous live comedy bits on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live and worked side by side with Stephen Merchant in late 2013 when he guest starred on HBO’s Hello Ladies.
Linc’s serious side was seen starring alongside Adrian Grenier, Ben McKenzie, and Kid Cudi in the 2014 feature, Goodbye World, which opened in limited release on April 5, 2014. Linc also appeared in the film “Imperium” with Daniel Radcliffe who portrays an undercover FBI agent.
Additionally, Linc is heading up the Burbank, CA. based Hand ‘N Hand Entertainment. This company focuses on developing film, music, and web-oriented projects. Linc has appeared in over 40 films. He continues to be busy in various projects. He recently had a recurring role on the Fox show “Ghosted” starring Craig Robinson and Adam Scott.
Linc has joined 68 Whiskey, Paramount Network’s comedic drama from Imagine Television Studios and CBS TV Studios. It’s about a multicultural mix of men and women deployed as Army medics to a forward operating base in Afghanistan nicknamed “The Orphanage.” Linc portrays a helicopter pilot with the unique nickname, Crash.
Linc has also appeared in episodes on NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles, and most recently in the spring 2022 season finale as “Charlie 1” in NCIS Hawaii. He was called to again play Charlie 1 in a number of episodes for the Fall 2022 season. Linc is a versatile actor in excellent physical shape, great at boxing as well as mixed martial arts.