Bobb'E J. Thompson

Bobb'e J. Thompson is an actor, dancer, rapper, and comedian from the United States. He is most well-known for his roles as Tracy Jr. on 30 Rock, Stanley on That's So Raven and its first spin-off Cory in the House, Ronnie Shields on Role Models, and Jimmy Mitchell on the short-lived NBC sitcom The Tracy Morgan Show. He presentlycurrently appears on MTV's Wild 'n Out as a cast member.

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Bobb'e Jacques Thompson was born on February 28, 1996, in Kansas City, Missouri. Thompson began his entertainment career at a very early age while he was still in elementary school. At the age of five, Thompson started acting in movies. He astonished everyone in The Steve Harvey Show as a five-year-old kid rapper.


Bobb'E J. Thompson has been given many comedy roles, both supporting and leading, throughout his career. Thompson has also appeared in many drama series and hosted his show "Bobb'e Says," which aired on the Cartoon Network block "CN Real." Thompson also rapped in the song "Bow Wow (That's My Name)," the video of which has received millions of views on YouTube.

Thompson starred in the sitcom "The Tracy Morgan Show" from 2003 to 2004, playing the leading role of Jimmy Mitchell. He also appeared on "Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge" from 2003 to 2005, impersonating himself. In 2004, he had supporting roles in the films "Full Clip" as Stokley and "My Baby's Daddy" as Lil' Tupac.

In "Shark Tale," he provided the voice for Shortie #1. In "Cellular," he had a cameo in which he played the role of Lil' Rapper. From 2004 to 2006, he had a recurring role as Stanley in the popular Disney sitcom "That's So Raven," which gave him broad popularity. In 2006, he appeared in the movie "Idlewild" in the supporting role of Young Rooster. In 2007, he played the supporting role of Samuel "Slam" Gibbons in "Fred Claus." In 2008, Thompson had a supporting role as Little D in "Of Boys and Men," a leading role as Antoine in "Columbus Day," and a prominent role as Ronnie Shields in "Role Models."

In 2009, Thompson had a cameo in "Land of the Lost" in which he played the role of Tar Pits Kid. He also had a speaking cameo in "Imagine That," impersonating Fo Fo Figgley's Kid. He had a supporting role in "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" as Cal Deveraux. In 2010, Thompson had the primary role of Howard Garvey in "Snowmen" and a supporting role as Mad Hilton in "Knucklehead".

Thomas took a few years away from the big screen to act in some TV shows. He appeared in the sitcom "Tyler Perry's House of Payne" in the recurring role of Deshawn Spears from 2011 to 2012. He returned to films in 2014 when he appeared in "Wish Wizard" in the role of Fredrick Shaffer.

Thompson has been chosen as a representative for many brands. He is a brand ambassador for Nikae, and he has starred in many commercials for them. He also appeared in a commercial for the "Sony PlayStation Portable" in 2010.

Thompson was nominated for the "Young Artist Award" in 2004 for "Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) - Young Actor Age Ten or Younger" for his role in "The Tracy Morgan Show" (2003). In 2009, he was nominated for the "MTV Movie + TV Awards" for "Breakthrough Performance Male" for his role in "Role Models" (2008).

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 28 Feb, 1996
Age: 24 yrs
Citizenship: United States of America
Birth Place: Kansas City
Gender: Male
Description: American actor
Net Worth 2020: 2.5 million
Net Worth 2021: 2.5 million
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Last Modified: Mar 19 2023
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