Marc John Jefferies
Jefferies debuted as the title character Isaiah in the 1995 drama Losing Isaiah as a toddler. He was also featured as a child spokesman in commercials for PeoplePC. Jefferies appeared in many popular films when he was younger, including The Haunted Mansion, Stuart Little 2, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle and Spider-Man 2. He was Young Dre in Brown Sugar. He also did voiceovers in the films Finding Nemo and Monsters, Inc.. He played Derrick on the NBC sitcom The Tracy Morgan Show.
In 2005, he portrayed a young Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson in Get Rich or Die Tryin’. In 2009 he portrayed the rapper Lil’ Cease in the 2009 feature Notorious, a biopic about The Notorious B.I.G.. He guest starred on the TV series Dexter during its third season as Wendell, a drug dealer’s doorman. Jefferies appears in the feature Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son (2012). In 2013, Jefferies continued his seasoned career. He appeared on the hit show, “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”, for the third time in his career. Then he went on to do “NYC 22”, another show about law enforcement in New York City. Marc had a cameo in the Cartoon Network movie called, “Contest”. “L.U.V” starring Common and Meagan Good, would be the next movie on the resume for Marc John. Afterwards, he would go on to shoot “Happy Baby”’ another feature film. He ended 2013 landing a role in the much-anticipated film called, “Brotherly Love”. The movie stars Keke Palmer, Cory Hardrict, Romeo Miller and others. Currently in 2014, Marc has signed on to 3 new feature films and is currently executive producing a few projects of his own.