American actor Jeremy Suarez got his start at a very young age and is best known for his role on the popular sitcom "The Bernie Mac Show". His first credited role was as the son of Cuba Gooding Jr.'s character in the major hit film "Jerry Maguire" in 1996. He had recurring roles on the drama "Chicago Hope" and the sitcom "Built to Last", as well as a role in the John Landis thriller "Susan's Plan"--all before he was 10 years old. In 2001 he vaulted to stardom as the dorky nephew of comedian Bernie Mac's character on the sitcom "The Bernie Mac Show", which ran for five seasons. During the show's run he also made an appearance in the Coen Brothers comedy "The Ladykillers" and the sketch comedy show "MADtv". He has also lent his voice to animated projects like "King of the Hill" and the "Brother Bear" films.