Bryan Hearne

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Bryan Hearne
Born Bryan Christopher Hearne
(1988-09-23) September 23, 1988 (age 26)
Staten Island, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor/Musician
Years active 2000–present

Bryan Christopher Hearne (born September 23, 1988) is an American actor from Staten Island, New York who debuted on a couple minor roles. Things started looking up for the young actor when he landed a guest role on the NBC show Third Watch in 2000, portraying the emotional pre-teen gangster, Kenny who died in the end of the episode.

Hearne then went on to star in the 2001 film Hardball as Andre Ray Peetes, and he became a cast member in the Nickelodeon sketch comedy television series All That during the same year. Bryan was mostly known by his Nick fans for giving life to the characters Zigfree the Taxi Cab Driver, the unborn rapper Lil' Fetus and Mr. Flopples the bunny mascot. He spent two years on the All That, but decided to become a rapper at age 14.

Bryan Hearne is now a rapper under the name Comodity. He is a part of a rap group called Crown Holders[1] alongside fellow child star Jeffery Wood.

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