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Marcello Thedford is an American film and television actor. His most noteworthy roles have been as Kelvin "Buffalo" James on the ESPN dramatic series Playmakers, Semi in Employee of the Month, and in eight episodes of ER as Leon, Dr. Greg Pratt's mentally challenged brother.

Thedford's acting career began in improvisational theater in New York City. He studied there at the Third World Theater at Black Drama Productions. His first significant role came in the film Dangerous Minds. He appeared in the television version of the film as well. Thedford has also appeared in NYPD Blue, The District, Veronica Mars, and Monk among others.

Thedford is a certified power lifter, holding a California state record. He grew up in the Bronx and currently resides in Los Angeles.

Kicking off his career in 2009, Thedford made a guest appearance on CW's The Game. In the guest starring role of Clay Smith, Thedford plays a professional football player who misreads the cordial signals of a fellow teammate and ultimately outs himself as being homosexual.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Marcello Thedford, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Marcello Thedford is an American film and television actor. His most noteworthy roles have been as Kelvin "Buffalo" James on the ESPN dramatic series Playmakers, Semi in Employee of the Month, and in eight episodes of ER as Leon, Dr. Greg Pratt's mentally challenged brother.

Thedford's acting career began in improvisational theater in New York City. He studied there at the Third World Theater at Black Drama Productions. His first significant role came in the film Dangerous Minds. He appeared in the television version of the film as well. Thedford has also appeared in NYPD Blue, The District, Veronica Mars, and Monk among others.

Thedford is a certified power lifter, holding a California state record. He grew up in the Bronx and currently resides in Los Angeles.

Kicking off his career in 2009, Thedford made a guest appearance on CW's The Game. In the guest starring role of Clay Smith, Thedford plays a professional football player who misreads the cordial signals of a fellow teammate and ultimately outs himself as being homosexual.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Marcello Thedford, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 14

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2009 Da' Booty Shop as Tyrone Johnson
2006 Employee of the Month as Semi
2006 Crossover as Big Man
2004 Veronica Mars (2 episodes)
2003 Playmakers (11 episodes)
2002 Monk (1 episode)
2001 Angel Eyes as Peebo
1997 Volcano as Kevin
1996 Daylight as Kadeem
1996 Dangerous Minds (1 episode) as Will
1995 Crimson Tide as Lawson

Directing

2009 Da' Booty Shop Director
2009 Friday at Dewayne's Director
2008 House Arrest Director
2008 Sunday School Director

Writing

2009 Da' Booty Shop Writer
2009 Friday at Dewayne's Story Writer

Production

2009 Friday at Dewayne's Executive Producer Producer
2008 Sunday School Producer

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