Jim Longworth played by Matt Passmore
Jim Longworth is an attractive, brilliant, yet hard-to-get-along-with homicide detective from Chicago who is forced into exile after being wrongfully accused of sleeping with his former captain's wife.
Using the payout he received from the Chicago PD, Longworth searches for the simple life and moves to the sleepy resort town of Palm Glade, Florida, joining the local bureau of the state police figuring it'll be an easy piece of time.
Longworth prefers to work his cases alone when possible, and sharing his theories with other detectives or departments only serves to annoy him. But despite his cocky, annoying self-confidence, people put up with him because he's a little too charming to ignore, and damned good at solving murders.
About Matt Passmore Matt Passmore was born in Australia in 1979. He also appeared in the Australian drama series McLeod's Daughters as Marcus Turner, Underbelly as Warwick Mobbs and The Cut as Andrew Telford.