Brandon has proved himself as one of the most talented young comedic actors working today, appearing in everything from sitcoms (“Mr. Robinson” in 2015) to smash-hit big-screen comedies (“Tropic Thunder”) to reality shows (“Living With Funny”). The Detroit native can also bring it as a stand-up comedian, armed with tales from the inner city, the suburbs and Hollywood. Come check out his third headlining appearance at the DC Improv.
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Brandon T. Jackson is a multifaceted young actor carving his own path in Hollywood. Earning critical praise, he started out in stand-up comedy and has evolved into a burgeoning young film and television star. He won Black Reel’s 2006 Best Breakthrough Performance award for his part in Fox Searchlight’s “Roll Bounce.” Daily Variety named him one of “10 Comics to Watch” and in 2011 Hollywood Reporter named him to their prestigious “35 under 35: Next Gen” list.
Brandon recently starred and executive produced the series “Living With Funny,” a docu-series which aired on Oxygen Network this past spring. He begins filming the cable TV movie “The Tenth Date” opposite Meagan Good; production starts this fall.
Jackson received rave reviews for his role as the satyr Grover Underwood, the best friend and protector of “Percy Jackson, The Lightning Thief” released in 2010 with Rosario Dawson, Uma Thurman, and Pierce Brosnan. He continued his role as Grover Underwood in the second installment of Fox studio’s box office hit “Percy Jackson: The Sea Monsters” released in 2013.
Jackson starred opposite NBA basketball superstar Kevin Durant in “Thunderstruck”; and Martin Lawrence in the third incarnation of the highly profitable “Big Momma’s House” franchise released by Fox in 2011, in which he played Lawrence’s son and the two went undercover to solve a murder.
Jackson is perhaps best known as Alpa Chino from the runaway hit “Tropic Thunder.” The ensemble cast included Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr. and Jack Black. The role earned Jackson a Best Supporting Actor nomination from the Black Reel Awards. He has also starred in “Thunderstruck,” the third incarnation of Fox’s “Big Momma’s House” franchise and Warner Bros.’ “Lottery Ticket.”
Jackson grew up in Detroit with seven siblings and parents who were both pastors. He is currently touring the country as a headlining comedian, where his humor straddles the fence between his youth of growing up in suburbia and the inner city. He now lives in Los Angeles.