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Brandon Adams

Brandon Adams
Born Brandon Quintin Adams
(1979-08-22) August 22, 1979
Topeka, Kansas, U.S.
Other names Brandon Adams
Brandon Q. Adams
B. Lee
Occupation Actor
Years active 1988–present

Brandon Quintin Adams (born August 22, 1979) is an American actor, known for having played Jesse Hall in the first two Mighty Ducks movies and Kenny DeNunez in The Sandlot.[1]

Adams has also appeared in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Martin,[2] Michael Jackson's Moonwalker where he played Zeke in the "Smooth Criminal" segment and Young Michael in the "Badder" segment,[1] a parody of Jackson's classic video for "Bad", and was the leading actor in Wes Craven's The People Under the Stairs.[1] He also provided the voice of Raijin in Kingdom Hearts II.

Adams is also a rapper, performing under the name B. Lee.[1]

Contents

  • Filmography 1
    • Television 1.1
  • Video games 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Filmography

  • 1988: Moonwalker as Zeke (segment "Smooth Criminal") / Young Michael (segment "Badder") (Won Young Artist Award)
  • 1989: Polly as Jimmy Bean (Nominated Young Artist Award)
  • 1990: Polly: Comin' Home! as Jimmy Bean
  • 1991: Sunday in Paris as Brandon Chase
  • 1991: The People Under the Stairs as Poindexter "Fool" Williams (Nominated Saturn Award)
  • 1992: The Mighty Ducks as Jesse Hall (Nominated Young Artist Award)
  • 1993: The Sandlot as Kenny DuNunez (Won Young Artist Award)
  • 1993: Ghost in the Machine as Frazer
  • 1994: Beyond Desire as Vic Delgado
  • 1994: D2: The Mighty Ducks as Jesse Hall
  • 2001: MacArthur Park as Terry
  • 2012: Stuck in the Corners as Mike

Television

Video games

References

  1. ^ a b c d Vaughn, Shamontiel L. (2009-06-24). "From child star and actor to rapper, Brandon Adams is back".  
  2. ^ "Filmography for Brandon Adams".  

External links


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