|Born||James Charles Lewis, Jr.
October 31, 1990
Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S.
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, musician, rapper, singer, dancer|
James Charles Lewis, Jr. (born October 31, 1990), known professionally as Lil' JJ, is an American stand-up comedian, musician, dancer, and actor, best known for his role as Jordan on the Nickelodeon television series Just Jordan and doing Vital Information sketch for All That in season ten.
Life and career
Lil' JJ was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. He won BET's comedy talent search Comin' to the Stage.
He became a cast member on Nickelodeon's All That in its 10th (and final) season. He guest starred on Nickelodeon's Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, made a cameo appearance in Chris Brown's music video "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)", in Sean Kingston's music video "Beautiful Girls," Nelly's music video "Stepped On My J'z, Hot Styles' video "Lookin Boy" and Young Gunz video "Friday Night[disambiguation needed]" . He also appeared with a rap verse on Small Change video "Don't Be Shy".
In 2007, he starred in the Nickelodeon series Just Jordan as Jordan Lewis. In 2008, he, Lily Collins, and Pick Boy appeared together on Nickelodeon for special events. Also Lil' JJ has appeared in the ABC television series The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
|2005||All That||himself||15 episodes|
|Yours, Mine and Ours||Jimi North|
|2006||Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide||Morris Adams||1 episode|
|2005–2006||Romeo!||Jason Brooks||9 episodes|
|2007–2008||Just Jordan||Jordan Lewis||Lead role|
|2008||The Secret Life of the American Teenager||Duncan||7 episodes|
|Stepped on My J'z by Nelly Ft. Ciara & Jermaine Dupri||High School Student||Cameo|
|2009||Janky Promoters||Yung Semore|
|The Super Hero Squad Show||Luke Cage||voice|
|2009–2011||Men of a Certain Age||DaShaun||Main cast|
|2011||Are We There Yet?||Heezy||1 episode|
|And They're Off||Julian Rivers|
|2012–Present||The Rickey Smiley Show||Brandon||Main cast|
|2013||LazyTown||Himself||Episode: Lil' JJ Back Again (Season 3, Episode 14)|
- 2009: Yo Yo
- 2012: "Party Boi"