- Full Name Bobb’e Jacques Thompson
- Occupation Actor, Comedian Rapper
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Kansas City, Missouri
- Birth Date Feb 28, 1996
- Age 25 Years, 10 Months
Bobb'e J. Thompson | BiographyFormer Host of Live-action Clip Television Series 'Bobb’e Says'
Thompson began his on-screen career at the tender age of five. In 2002, he made a guest appearance as Shark in an episode titled ‘Crouching Mother, Hidden Father’ of the comedy-drama series My Wife and Kids. The following year, he guest-starred in one episode of the musical comedy television series 'Doggy Fizzle Televizzle.' He initially rose to fame as Jimmy Mitchell in NBC’s short-lived comedy series, 'The Tracy Morgan Show.' He was a series regular on the show, which ran for 18 episodes from 2003 to 2004. Thompson then scored another notable role in the Disney Channel fantasy comedy sitcom 'That’s So Raven'.
Bobb’e J. Thompson is an American actor whose most notable film roles include Lil Tupac in My Baby’s Daddy (2004) and Ronnie in Role Models (2008). He also has had portrayed roles such as Jimmy Mitchell on NBC’s The Tracy Morgan Show (2003-2004) and Stanley on Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven (2004-2006).
Who is Bobb’e J. Thompson?
Bobb’e J. Thompson is an actor, comedian, and rapper who kicked off his career in acting at age five and quickly rose to prominence as a comedic child actor.
Early Age and Career
Bobb’e Jacques Thompson was born on 28 February 1996 in Kansas City, Missouri. His age is 25 years as of 4 December 2021.
Thompson began his on-screen career at the tender age of five. In 2002, he made a guest appearance as Shark in an episode titled ‘Crouching Mother, Hidden Father’ of the comedy-drama series My Wife and Kids. The following year, he guest-starred in one episode of the musical comedy television series Doggy Fizzle Televizzle.
He initially rose to fame as Jimmy Mitchell in NBC’s short-lived comedy series, The Tracy Morgan Show. He was a series regular on the show, which ran for 18 episodes from 2003 to 2004.
Thompson then scored another notable role in the Disney Channel fantasy comedy sitcom That’s So Raven. He appeared in 10 episodes of the series from 2004 to 2006, portraying the role of Stanley, Eddie Thomas’ (played by Orlando Brown) mischievous next-door neighbor, who is obsessed with lead character Raven Baxter (played by Raven-Symoné).
In 2007, he played the role of Goose Dawkins in two episodes of the comedy-drama series Just Jordan. He then portrayed the role of Tracy Jordan’s (played by Tracy Morgan) son, Tracy Jr., in three episodes of the comedy sitcom 30 Rock in 2008 and 2009.
Two years later, he appeared as M.J. Williams in six episodes of the comedy-drama sitcom For Better or Worse. Later, he portrayed the role of DeShawn in eight episodes of the comedy-drama series House of Payne in 2011 and 2012.
Additionally, Thompson has made a guest appearance in several other television series, including Breaking In (2012), Elementary (2013), Clash of the Vampires (2017), and Living Rooms (2019).
After guest-starring in a couple of television series, Thompson debuted on the big screen in a supporting role as Lil Tupac in the comedy film My Baby’s Daddy in 2004. That year, he also appeared as Lil Rapper in the action thriller film Cellular, Hector in the fantasy comedy TV movie Snow, and Stokley in the action thriller film Full Clip.
In 2006, he portrayed the role of Samuel’ Slam’ Gibbons in the fantasy comedy film Fred Claus. Two years later, he appeared as Little D in the 2008 film Of Boys and Men.
He then scored a notable role as Ronnie in the comedy film Role Models in 2008. The following year, he appeared as Rat Pits Kid in the sci-fi adventure-comedy film Land of the Lost and Fo Fo Figgley’s Kid in the comedy-drama film Imagine That. His other film credits included Snowmen (2010), Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega (2010), School Dance (2014), Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015), and A Rich Christmas (2021).
In 2009, Thompson hosted his own live-action clip television series Bobb’e Says on Cartoon Network. The series aired from 19 August 2009 to 23 September 2009 for six episodes. After one season, the series was canceled due to negative reviews and low ratings.
‘Wild ‘N Out’
In 2018, Thompson joined the Season 11 of the MTV sketch comedy and improv game show Wild’ N Out. He was one of the recurring cast members of the show from Season 11 to Season 15. He appeared in 14 episodes in eleventh season, 11 episodes in twelfth season, 10 episodes in thirteenth season, 19 episodes in fourteenth season, and 24 episodes in fifteenth season of Wild’ N Out on MTV and VH1.
What is Bobb’e J. Thompson doing now?
Thompson is working on a couple of upcoming projects. First, he will be appearing in Nick Cannon’s upcoming TV movie Miracles Across 125th Street, which is expected to be released on 20 December 2021.
He will also be appearing as an actor in the upcoming action thriller film A Family’s Fury, which is in the pre-production stage as of November 2021.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Thompson’s estimated net worth is $2.5 million.