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Bobb’e J. Thompson

Bobb’e J. Thompson is a multi-talented actor, rapper, comedian, and dancer from the United States. Bobb’e J. Thompson is well-recognized for his role as Tracy Jr. in the NBC television series, “30 Rock.”

Early Life

Born as Bobb’e Jacques Thompson, known as Bobb’e J. Thompson is a 28-year-old American. He was born on the 28th of February 1996, in Kansas City, Missouri, the United States. He belongs to a mixed ethnicity of African-American descent and he has a birth sign of Pisces. Additionally, he follows the Christian religion.

He was raised in Kansas City by his parents, about whom little is known because he has kept their privacy. According to an online website, his father is thought to have been a construction worker, and his mother is a housewife. It is believed that he is an only child because he has never mentioned having siblings.

Bobb’e J. Thompson – Education

Thompson studied at a local high school, from which he matriculated in 2014. Although he hasn’t spoken much about his qualifications, it is believed that he studied acting in college.

Professional Career

Bobb’e J. Thompson started his acting career when he was seen playing the role of Shark in an episode of the television sitcom “My Wife and Kids” in the year 2002. He starred in an episode of the musical comedy “Doggy Fizzle Televizzle” in 2003, and quickly rose to prominence when he was cast as Jimmy Mitchell in the comedy “The Tracy Morgan Show” the following year.

In 2004, he made his film debut in the comedy “My Baby’s Daddy,” and in the same year, he played and voiced characters in five other films, including the animated adventure comedy “Shark Tale” (voice role), the action crime thriller “Cellular,” and the family fantasy comedy “Snow.”

Bobb'e J. Thompson

Caption: The poster NBC television series, 30 Rock (Source: Filmaffinity)

He portrayed Dante in the comedy-drama “Whoopi” episode “Sins of the Sister” in 2004, and Kenny in the romantic comedy “Joey” episode “Joey and the Spanking” in 2005. He starred as Stanley in Michael Poryes and Susan Sherman’s hit family fantasy comedy “That’s So Raven” from 2004 to 2006, alongside Raven-Symone, Orlando Brown, and Anneliese van der Pol. The series follows a teen girl who has visions of the future.

Continued his successful acting career

During the rest of the 2000s, he appeared in the family comedy-drama “Just Jordan,” the short comedy “Shutterbugs,” and the comedy “Human Giant.” In 2007, Bobb’e starred as Samuel ‘Slam’ Gibbons in David Dobkin’s family fantasy comedy “Fred Claus,” alongside Vince Vaughn, Paul Giamatti, and Elizabeth Banks.

His other notable performances in the 2000s movies included the crime thriller “Columbus Day” in 2008, and the family comedy-drama “Imagine That” in 2009, as well as the animated adventure comedy “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” (voice role). He starred as Deshawn in Tyler Perry’s family comedy “House of Payne” in 2011 and 2012.

He starred as Derrick in Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s critically acclaimed comedy-drama “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” in 2015. His other TV appearances were in the 2017 episode “New Age” of the action-adventure drama “Clash of the Vampires,” as well as the 2019 comedy “Living Rooms.” He most recently appeared in the comedy-drama “Miracles Across 125th Street” in 2021, and he is currently filming the upcoming action thriller “A Family’s Fury.”

Other credit

Bobb’e produced the pilot of the series “Clash of the Vampires” in 2017. He has appeared in several TV specials and documentaries, including “An Evening of Stars: Tribute to Chaka Khan” and “Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards” in 2011, as well as “Surviving Entertainment” in 2019.

Similarly, he has appeared as a guest on several talk shows, including “The Sharon Osbourne Show,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “Live with Kelly and Ryan.”

Bobb’e J. Thompson – Awards

Bobb’e has been nominated for two awards: a Young Artist Award in 2004 for Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Young Actor Age Ten or Younger for “The Tracy Morgan Show.” Later, he was nominated for an MTV Movie Award in 2009 for Breakthrough Performance Male for “Role Models.”

Net Worth 2024

As of 2023, this American actress has earned an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. While his annual salary and income are still missing. His main income source comes from his acting profession.

Relationship Status

Bobb’e J. Thompson is probably single and unmarried. Meanwhile, he has kept his silence when it comes to his personal life. And, he has never linked with any kids of affairs in the past.

He has not been the subject of any rumours or controversy up to this point. Moreover, he prefers to stay out of the unwanted public spotlight.

Body Measurements

Bobb'e J. Thompson

Caption: Bobb’e J. Thompson posing for a photo (Source: Instagram)

This American actor is 4 feet 5 inches tall (1.35 m) and weighs around 45 kg (100 lbs). In addition, he has a pair of brown eyes with dark brown hair colour.

Social Media

On his Instagram page ‘@iam_kingbobbej’ there are over 170k followers. Likewise, there are over 6.8k followers on his Twitter page. There are over 2.17k subscribers on his YouTube channel ‘@bobbej.thompson1477.’