Jamal Mixon

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Jamal Mixon
Born (1983-06-17) June 17, 1983 (age 38)
Years active1995–present

Jamal Mixon (born June 17, 1983) is an American comedy actor. He is best known for his role as Ernie Klump Jr. in the film The Nutty Professor, and its sequel, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps. He is the younger brother of actor Jerod Mixon.[1]


Mixon's other acting credits include the television series Malcolm & Eddie, Moesha, The Parkers, Good News, The Proud Family and George Lopez. He also appeared in the films Def Jam's How to Be a Player (1997), Bulworth (1998), House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute (2001), The Cookout (2004), Gridiron Gang (2006),[1] Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009), Steppin: The Movie (2009), and White T (2013).



Year Title Role Notes
1996 The Nutty Professor Ernie Klump Jr.
1997 Def Jam's How to Be a Player Kid #2
1998 Bulworth Little Gangsta
1999 Beverly Hood Boy #1
2000 Nutty Professor II: The Klumps Ernie Klump Jr.
2001 House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute Heidi
2001 Longshot Jamal Mixon
2004 The Cookout Nelson
2006 Gridiron Gang Jamal Evans
2007 Vincey Masters: Born to be a Karate Meister Faizon McCurdle
2008 Senior Skip Day Harry The Shithouse
2009 Paul Blart: Mall Cop Leon
2009 Steppin: The Movie Tugboat
2012 Zambezia Ezee Voice
2013 White T Henry Weatherspoon
2015 Crackula Goes to Hollywood Herculeez
2018 16 Bars Bubba


Year Title Role Notes
1997 Malcolm & Eddie Perry Episode: "Sibling Rivalry"
1997 Moesha Larry Episode: "Break It Down"
1998 Good News Melvin Episode: "Amazing Grace"
1998 Cousin Skeeter Richie Episode: "Blast from the Past"
2000–2002 The Parkers Alan / Young Oglevee 6 episodes
2002 The Proud Family Ray Ray Junior Episode: "Behind Family Lines"
2004 George Lopez Lawrence Episode: "Angie Gets Tanked"
2015 The Big Leaf Earl Webster Television film
2017 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Black Denis Episode: "The Gang Turns Black"


  1. ^ a b "Comedy Actor Jamal Mixon Shows His Serious Side in Gridiron Gang". Archived from the original on 2011-09-30. Retrieved 2011-08-02.

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