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Brenden Jefferson

Biography

Perhaps renowned for his performances in the first 1990s television series Thea and in the 2000 TV movie The Other Me, he’s also identified for his recurring role mainly because Anthony about Dr. Quinn, Medication Woman. Furthermore, he is well-known for portraying X-Ray in the 2003 film Openings. He produced his screen performing debut inside a 1992 bout of Total House and continued to try out a small part in the 1993 Wesley Snipes film Sugars Hill. In the first 2000s, he visitor starred in shows of Judging Amy, Actually Stevens, and Boston General public. He spent his youngsters in San Bernardino, California, and can be an only kid. He co-starred with Shia LaBeouf in both Openings (2003) and in the 1998 humor film Monkey Business.

Quick Facts


Full Name Brenden Jefferson
Date Of Birth June 3, 1986
Place Of Birth San Bernardino, CA
Profession TV Actor
Nationality American
Movies Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story, Holes, The Other Me, Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, Crimson Tide
TV Shows Thea
Star Sign Gemini

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1 Is an only child.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Grounded for Life 2004 TV Series Larry
Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story 2004 TV Movie Young Stan Williams (as Brenden Richard Jefferson)
The Practice 2003 TV Series Marshall Bagnelle
Boston Public 2003 TV Series Dillon
Holes 2003 X-Ray
The Division 2002 TV Series Kevin Parsons
The Hughleys 2001 TV Series Danny
Even Stevens 2001 TV Series Ryan Zellpepper
Judging Amy 2000 TV Series Terry Ventrella
The Other Me 2000 TV Movie Chuckie
Saved by the Bell: The New Class 1999 TV Series Warren
JAG 1999 TV Series Street Kid
Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century 1999 TV Movie Andrew (as Brenden Richard Jefferson)
Monkey Business 1998 Timothy
Smart Guy 1998 TV Series Blake Jordan
Senseless 1998 Lyndell Witherspoon (as Brenden Richard Jefferson)
The Ugly Duckling 1997 Sniffy (voice)
The Steve Harvey Show 1997 TV Series
Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child 1997 TV Series Boy
Malcolm & Eddie 1996 TV Series Troy
The Show 1996 TV Series Jess
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 1996 TV Series Anthony
The Parent 'Hood 1996 TV Series Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Tales from the Hood 1995 Snoop
Crimson Tide 1995 Luke
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 1994 TV Series
Chicago Hope 1994 TV Series Marcus Lavelle
Thea 1993-1994 TV Series James Turrell
Sugar Hill 1993 Kid
Full House 1992 TV Series Paul Revere

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Holes 2003 performer: "Dig It" / writer: "Dig It"

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 1997 TV Series Anthony

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2001 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Ensemble in a TV Movie The Other Me (2000) · Andrew Lawrence
· Tyler Hynes
· Sarah Gadon
· Alison Pill
1994 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Outstanding Youth Ensemble in a Television Series Thea (1993) · Adam Jeffries
· Brandy Norwood
· Jason Weaver


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