Marc John Jefferies
Even though he's just in his early 20s, actor Marc John Jeffries has already been in the limelight for over 15 years. His first role came when he was just five years old, in the drama "Losing Isaisah," as a baby being fought over in a custody battle. From there, he went on to have a successful career as a child actor; even before he'd reached his teens, he had appeared in programs such as the crime series "Homicide: Life on the Street," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," and "Third Watch." He also landed film roles, appearing in such films as the children's movie "Stuart Little 2," the romantic comedy "Brown Sugar," and the Pixar hit "Monsters, Inc.," where he had his first voice role. By the time he reached his teens, he was a bankable star and familiar face. In 2003, the year of his 13th birthday, he appeared in the action film "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle," and the Eddie Murphy comedy/horror film "The Haunted Mansion"--while also securing his first recurring TV role as part of the regular cast of the sitcom "The Tracy Morgan Show," playing the young son. When that show ended after just one season, he took on his next regular character, playing the youngest son again in a voice role in the animated series "Fatherhood." He later appeared in films such as "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" in 2005, "Beware the Gonzo" in 2010, and "Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son" in 2011.