Armani Jackson Biography
Birthday: October 23, 2003 (Libra)
Born In: Madison, Wisconsin
Armani Jackson is an American actor who first rose to fame as Braden Morris, the "Bubble Boy," in ‘Grey's Anatomy,’ one of the longest-running and most popular drama series in USA. He has also worked in feature films, giving stunning performances. He played the lead role in the Lionsgate feature film ‘Cooties,’ in which he starred opposite Elijah Wood. His other acting credits include the TV shows and films ‘Real Husbands of Hollywood,’ ‘Ready Player One’ and ‘Little Boxes.’ Jackson comes from a family of entertainers. His sister, Talia, is a singer and actress. His mom, Kelly, has worked for years in the entertainment industry as an international model. Today, Jackson is considered to be one of the foremost choices of many famous producers who are looking for teenage boys for their films. Despite his young age, he has already earned international recognition. Once named one of the Breakout Actors at Tribeca by Indiewire, Jackson is very ambitious and has set his eyes on bigger goals. His natural acting skills and ability to portray a variety of characters will definitely help him achieve his ambitions.