- Full Name Khamani Griffin
- Occupation Actor
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Oakland, California, USA
- Birth Date Aug 01, 1998
- Age 24 Years, 10 Months
- Net Worth $400 thousand (Celebrity Net Worth)
Khamani Griffin | BiographyMade his acting debut at the age of five
'All of Us' is a TV series that aired from 2003 to 2007. It follows a story of a TV reporter whose ex-wife reappears to disrupt his new life. Griffin played the role of Robert 'Bobby' James Jr. at five, who goes back and forth between his divorced parents. He appeared in 88 episodes in four seasons of the show.
Khamani Griffin is an actor well-known for his role as Bobby James in the TV series All of Us and Ben Hinton in the film Daddy Day Care.
Who is Khamani Griffin?
Khamani Griffin is an American actor who began his acting career at just two years old, appearing in several commercials and print advertisements.
Griffin debuted his movie career in 2003 as Ben Hinton in Daddy Day Care at the age of five. However, he earned the role at three years old, where thousands of children auditioned for the part. Daddy Day Care is about two men, Charlie Hinton, played by Eddie Murphy, and Phil Ryerson, played by Jeff Garlin. They are forced to become stay-at-home dads because of a lack of job opportunities, which inspires them to open their day-care center.
Again in 2003, Griffin landed his breakthrough role as Robert 'Bobby' James Jr. in the TV series All of Us. He appeared in 88 episodes from 2003 to 2007. The actor also received nominations for 'Young Artist Awards for his performance in All of Us and Daddy Day Care. In 2005, Griffin appeared in the TV series ER as Clayton Davis for one episode. The subsequent year, he voiced in two animated movies, Barnyard and Happy Feet, and appeared in one TV show, My Name Is Earl.
In 2007, Griffin was featured in several TV shows, including Without a Trace, Entourage, and Carpoolers. Besides that, he also appeared in one movie titled Norbit. Likewise, he appeared in the popular TV series Grey's Anatomy as Wallace Anderson in 2009.
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Other TV series credits of Griffin include Brothers & Sisters (2010), The Life & Times of Tim (2010), Modern Family (2013), Love That Girl! (2014), The Mick (2017), and more. Besides, he also went on to voice in animated projects like The Little Engine That Could (2011 movie), Phineas and Ferb (2012 TV series short), Rise of the Guardians (2012 movie), and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013 movie).
Age and Early Bio
Khamani Griffin was born on 1 August 1998 in Oakland, California. His mother's name is Gena Sexton, and he has three siblings. His brother Flournoy De'Von is a football player and a model, among his two sisters he has revealed the name of only on, which is Aniela. However, his father's name remains unknown.
'All of Us'
All of Us is a TV series that aired from 2003 to 2007. It follows a story of a TV reporter whose ex-wife reappears to disrupt his new life. The key cast members of the series include Duane Martin, Elise Neal, Lisa Raye McCoy, and Griffin.
Griffin played the role of Robert 'Bobby' James Jr. at five, who goes back and forth between his divorced parents. He appeared in 88 episodes in four seasons of the show. All of Us is influenced by Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's adventures and illustrates a new generation's enlightened viewpoint toward the enlarged family dynamic with humor, sensitivity, and heart.
As of January 2022, Griffin attends Los Angeles Valley College and studies communications and African American studies. He also enrolled in Southwestern College's debate classes to become its team member. The team has garnered attention in the collegiate debate community for its excellence and great instructors. Since a young age, Griffin has been debating and has won many competitions. He also shares about it on his Instagram.
In 2021, he and his teammate Joaquin Arreola became the first students of Southwestern University to qualify for the 75 National Debate Tournament. Being proud of the team's achievement, he told the college paper, "It was very historic in terms of the effort that we’ve put in and the labor that we’ve put in. Community colleges don’t often make it to the National Debate Tournament. They often don’t make it throughout the year to be recognized like this, so this was very significant."
Furthermore, in 2022, he is still close and in contact with 'All of Us' co-star, Duane Martin. During the Black Lives Matter