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Jensen Atwood, July 2007.
August 25, 1976
Los Angeles, California, United States
Jensen Atwood (born August 25, 1976) is an American actor from South Central, Los Angeles. Atwood is known for portraying Johnny Taylor, the love interest to Halle Berry in "Oprah Winfrey Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching God", while working alongside Ruby Dee. He is most known for his role in Noah's Arc as Wade Robinson. Noah's Arc is the first TV series featuring black gay men as main characters. In interviews, Atwood says that playing Wade was his most challenging role.
Atwood was born and raised in South Central, Los Angeles where he currently resides. He has two younger sisters Monica Jones and Ashley Atwood and two older brothers Gilbert(Andy)Atwood and Jason(String)Atwood. Raised by his mother with older brother Jason "String" Atwood. He studied acting at California State University, Long Beach, Playhouse West in Los Angeles, and currently studies with Eric Morris.
Atwood appeared in many music videos and stage productions. He also sang backup for Tyrese. As a model, Atwood was featured on the cover of Krave Magazine, Bleu Magazine, and Ballroom Rockstar Magazine. Added to his credits is a layout in Flaunt Magazine. He has also modeled for national brands, including Coors Light, KFC, K-Swiss, and AT&T.
Jensen Atwood has spoken out against homophobia within the African-American community, explaining the importance of versatility as well as equality.
|2003||Malibu's Most Wanted||Extra|
|2005||Their Eyes Were Watching God||Johnny Taylor||Movie|
|2005–2006||Noah's Arc||Wade Robinson||TV series|
|2007||Dante's Cove||Griffen||TV series|
|2008||Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom||Wade Robinson||Movie|
|2015||Before 'I Do'||Caleb Abrams||Movie|
|TBA||Quiet As Kept||Charles||Movie|
|2001||"Superwoman Pt. II"||Love interest of Lil' Mo|
|2003||"I Wish I Wasn't"||Extra|
- Jawn Murray (2006-08-14). "Inside the Buzz". BlackVoices.com. Retrieved 2010-10-31.
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