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Brandon Hammond

Brandon Hammond
Born (1984-02-06) February 6, 1984
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1991–2006

Brandon Hammond (born February 6, 1984) is an American former child actor who appeared in a string of high-profile projects in the 1990s.

Hammond's first film role was in Menace II Society where he played the younger version of the main character Caine. He followed this up with major roles in Strange Days, Waiting to Exhale, The Fan, and Mars Attacks!, usually playing the son of one of the main characters. He also appeared in Space Jam playing Michael Jordan as a child. His most well-known role is that of Ahmad in the hit film Soul Food. He had a recurring role on the TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman as Anthony. He simultaneously starred in the short-lived sitcom The Gregory Hines Show as Hines' son.

His last role to date was in the 2002 Showtime film Our America. He has not appeared in any feature film or television roles since turning 18.

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