Chris Warren Jr.
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|Chris Warren Jr.|
January 15, 1990 |
Chris Warren Jr. (born January 15, 1990) is an American actor who's best known as Zeke Baylor in the High School Musical franchise.
Warren was born in Indianapolis, Indiana to Christopher Warren, Sr. and actress Brook Kerr, who was 16 at the time of his birth. His half brother shares the same name but goes by Christopher.
Warren has been featured in such movies as 2000's Love & Basketball. From 2004 to 2005, he played Jimmy Ramírez on the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. Some of his television credits include guest appearances on Just Jordan and Zoey 101. Chris first appeared as Zeke in High School Musical and reprised the role in High School Musical 2, and High School Musical 3: Senior Year.
|2000||Love & Basketball||Kelvin||Minor Role|
|Men of Honor||Young Carl Brashear||appearance|
|Shoe Shine Boys||Witness||appearance|
|2005||American Gun||Marcus||Main Role|
|2008||High School Musical 3: Senior Year||Zeke Baylor||Main Role|
|2009||Alvin and the Chipmunks 2: The Squeakquel||Xander||Supporting Role|
|2006||High School Musical||Zeke Baylor||Disney Channel Original Movie|
|2007||High School Musical 2|
|2008||Depth Charge||James Piersall||made for television (Spike TV)|
|2010-11||The Hard Times of RJ Berger||Patterson||Supporting Role|
|Television guest appearances|
|1999||Becker||Rob||(season 2, episode 7) "He Said, She Said"|
|2004||The Bold and the Beautiful||Jimmy Ramirez||(4 episodes)|
|2005||Zoey 101||Darrell||(season 1, episode 3) "Webcam"
(season 1, episode 9) "Spring Fling"
|Unfabulous||(season 2, episode 2) "The Balancing Act"|
|The Bernie Mac Show||Jason||(season 5, episode 18) "What Would Jason Do?"|
|2007||Just Jordan||Critter||(season 1, episode 10) "Critter Is Buggin"|
|2011||Good Luck Charlie||Justin||(season 1, episodes 24 & 25) "Snow Show (Part 1) & (Part 2)"|
|2012||The Inbetweeners (U.S. TV series)||Darius Hill||(season 1, episode 5) "The Masters"|
|2015||The Fosters||Ty Hensdale||season 3,4,5. 8 Episodes|