Jackson, Brandon T. $6 million in net worth
American actor, stand-up comedian, writer, and rapper Brandon T. Jackson, also known as Brandon Timothy Jackson, is also a rapper. Brandon T. Jackson has a $6 million net worth as of 2022. He began his career performing stand-up comedy at the Laugh Factory.
After playing a prominent part in Roll Bounce, he gained fame (2005). He also received his first Black Reel Award for this performance. The Norm Show (1999), The Zeta Project (2001–2002), Raising Hope (2011), and more TV series include Brandon as an actor. He has acted in movies such as Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2013), The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008), and others.
Brandon T. Jackson’s biography and wiki
Brandon T. Jackson was born on March 7, 1984, making him 38 years old as of 2022. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States, and grew up there with his six siblings. He belongs to the American nationality and practises Christianity.
At a neighbourhood school in Detroit, Brandon received his early education. He chose to continue his studies at a nearby college after graduating from West Bloomfield High School in Michigan, US, but quit to pursue a career as a comedian. He established the Laugh Factory comedy club and began performing stand-up comedy.
|Name||Brandon T. Jackson|
|Full Name||Brandon Timothy Jackson|
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Date of Birth||7 March 1984|
|Age||38 Years Old|
|Birth Place||Detroit, Michigan, U.S|
|Currently Live In||Detroit|
|Profession||Actor, Stand-Up Comedian, Writer and Rapper|
|Debut||Film: Nikita Blues (2001)
TV: The Norm Show (1999)
|Years Active||1997 – Present|
|Famous For||Junior in Film Roll Bounce (2005)|
|School/High School||Local School in Detroit|
|College/University||West Bloomfield High School, Michigan, US|
Family, Girlfriend & Relationships
Brandon T. Jackson’s parents are Bishop Wayne Timothy Jackson and Beverly Yvonne. Brandon T. Jackson’s father’s name is Bishop Wayne Timothy Jackson who is a senior pastor of Great Faith Ministries International and author by profession.
Brandon T. Jackson’s mother’s name is Beverly Yvonne who is also a pastor by profession.
|Father Name||Bishop Wayne Timothy Jackson|
|Mother Name||Beverly Yvonne|
|Girlfriend||Denise Marie Xavier
Annette Ngozi Ilonzeh (Ex)
|Wife Name||Denise Marie Xavier|
Brandon is a handsome guy. He stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches (173 cm). He weighs around 84 kg (185 lbs). Brandon’s waist is measured 33 inches. His biceps are 14 inches. He has a chest that measures 41 inches.
Brandon has a slim body with a medium build. Brandon is a Black man. He has dashing looks with black eyes and black hair. He has a box shape beard or sometimes he also keeps a goatee. Brandon identifies as a heterosexual (straight) male. His star sign is Pisces.
|Height (Approx)||in centimeters: 173 cm
in meters: 1.73 m
in feet inches: 5’ 7”
|Weight (Approx)||in kilograms: 84 kg
in pounds: 185 lbs
A brief cameo as Tyrone in the 2001 movie “Nikita Blues” marked Brandon’s professional debut.
Brandon then made another brief appearance as a Club Goer in Michael Mann’s 2001 biopic of Muhammad Ali, which included Ali in the title role. He also had a minor role in Curtis Hanson’s musical drama 8 Mile from 2002 as Chin Tiki Club Goer.
The next year, he was cast in the comedy-drama Roll Bounce directed by Malcolm D. Lee, where he played the part of Junior. He also appeared in the films Envy and House of Grimm that same year. In the 2007 television movie “Super Sweet 16: The Movie,” he was cast as Brian.
He portrayed El Rey MC in Preston A. Whitmore II’s holiday comedy This Christmas. Then he was cast as Deshawn in the prison comedy Big Stan directed by Rob Schneider.
Brandon was chosen to play Alpa Chino in Ben Stiller’s action comedy Tropic Thunder from 2008. He was chosen to play Lil 1 in the drama movie Days of Wrath by Celia Fox. He then played Target Tech in David Scarpa’s 2008 science fiction movie The Day the Earth Stood Still. He also portrayed the role of Rolo in the movie Cuttin’ da Mustard.
He played Alex, a BMW driver, in the action-movie Fast & Furious, directed by Justin Lin, from 2009 to 2010.
In the 2010 comedy Tooth Fairy directed by Michael Lembeck, Brandon was cast as Duke. Then, in Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, he had his chance. He was given the opportunity to play Grover Underwood in the movie.