Brandon T. Jackson is a witty, funny writer, musician and actor who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Produced in Detroit, Michigan, Brandon T. Jackson grew up in a highly religious family. His mom is a pastor, and his father is a senior pastor for Great Faith Ministries International. He moved to la to pursue a vocation in performance just after graduating from high school, and began performing stand-up in the Laugh Factory.
Brandon T. Jackson Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Brandon T. Jackso’s performances in the Laugh Factory led to shows opening for Wayne Brady and Chris Tucker. He began to book on camera work in the early 2000s, but it wasn’t until 2005 that individuals began to take notice.
March 7, 1984
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Actor, Comedian, Stand-up comedian, Rapper, Film Producer, Writer
West Bloomfield High School
United States of America
Beverly Yvonne, Wayne T. Jackson
Black Reel Best Breakthrough Performance
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son, Tropic Thunder, Lottery Ticket, Roll Bounce, Get a Job, Thunderstruck, Tooth Fairy, Operation: Endgame, Fast & Furious, This Christmas, Approaching Midnight, Cuttin' da Mustard, Days of Wrath, A Talent for Trouble, Eloise, Envy, Big Tweet, Beverly Hills Cop
My grandma is kind of a rock star. She goes to France and all over.
I want to have children, please God, with a woman that I love and that I'm very attracted to.
I'm always doing comedy and will never hit up a 9-to-5 desk job.
I'm trying to build a brand. I'm not just doing one-off projects.
I know how to be funny to black audiences.
As an actor, it's amazing to get to create different characters.
I can't believe that women have got to put on so much in the morning. What time do women wake up? Man, I put a t-shirt and jeans on, and that's it.
When you're blessed, you've got to be sensitive to people that don't have and need to depend on somebody else to eat.
I come from a young, hip-hop, urban world.
Why don't women have respect for themselves nowadays? What happen to the woman who learned her grandmama's recipes and made her man sweet potato pie? I tell you, they don't make 'em like they used to. Will my real women stand up, please?