Shedrack Anderson III Movies and Career Information

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Aquarius
Feb 04, 1977
Los Angeles
Actor
Shedrack Anderson III is an American actor. Shedrack Anderson III is one of the only young African American writer/directors in Hollywood. Shedrack Anderson III got his big break as a lost boy in the Steven Spielberg film "Hook", he then starred in the NBC hit teen series Just Deal as the lovable Jermaine Green. He then became known to a world wide audience with the success of Fat Albert around the globe.He starred as Tommy in Lifetime's Emmy Nominated Gracie's Choice alongside Kristen Bell,Diane Ladd and Anne Heche. He starred in Warriors of Virtue 2, and has guest starred on many television series including Boston Public, The Parkers, Hollywood Lives, Hip Hop Massive and The Division to name a few. Anderson was a recurring star on Disney's hit show Phil of the Future. Anderson attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, where he was honored with the Ahmanson Scholarship and Emerging Artist of the Year Award from PBS. After high school, he attended the Juilliard School in New York, where he became interested in dance. He was a principal dancer of Ballet Hispanico of New York and became an assistant choreographer for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.Shedrack wrote, directed, and stars in the film Blood River with fellow lost boy Dante Basco. He was also a lead in The Rookie, a spin-off of 24[1] Shedrack began his own production company in 1999 to produce his own films.He married Celebrity pilates instructor Kathryn Hunt Anderson in 2010 and has one daughter.

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