Nadji Anthony Jeter|
October 18, 1996
|Occupation||Actor, dancer, musician|
|Height||5 ft 8.5 in (1.74 m)|
Nadji Anthony Jeter (born October 18, 1996) is an American actor, dancer, and musician from Atlanta, Georgia. He is known for his roles in Reed Between the Lines and the Grown Ups films. In addition to his film and television roles, Jeter has starred in twelve national commercials, and was the face of Coca-Cola in 2011.
Jeter was born in Atlanta, Georgia. At a young age, his parents noticed that he was talented in dancing, acting, and comedy. He was known as "Lil Harry the Hawk", a dancing mascot for the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA. He moved to Los Angeles, California, in 2007 to pursue his career. Jeter enjoys charity work and is a Star Power Ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation. Since the age of six, Jeter has been involved in Usher's New Look Foundation, and in July 2013, he received the Global Youth Leadership Award for his work with the foundation.
|2006||Dirty Laundry||Boy 1|
|2006||Beats Style and Flavor||Performer||uncredited|
|2008||Lower Learning||Sling shot kid||uncredited|
|2010||Grown Ups||Andre McKenzie|
|2013||Grown Ups 2||Andre McKenzie|
|2016||The Fifth Wave||Poundcake|
|2016||Dance Camp||Hunter||Main Role|
|2007||Grey's Anatomy||Bobby||Episode: "A Change Is Gonna Come"|
|2008||Everybody Hates Chris||Guy/Jason||Episodes: "Everybody Hates James"|
"Everybody Hates Homecoming"
|2009||The Forgotten||Football Kid #2||Episode: Prisoner Jane"|
|2011||Reed Between the Lines||Keenan Reynolds|
|2013||Castle||Joey Malone||Episode: "Under the Influence"|
|2015||Jessie||Terry||Episode: "Basket Cases"|
|2015||Last Man Standing||Brandon Larabee||Episode: "Vanessa Fixes Up Eve"|
|2017||Marvel's Spider-Man||Miles Morales|
|2017||Bobbi Kristina||Nick Gordon||Television film|
|2013||The Last of Us||Sam|
- Batson, Patricia. "Exclusive Q&A with Nadji Jeter from 'Reed Between the Lines' and 'Grown-Ups'". Yahoo TV. Yahoo. Retrieved July 20, 2014.
- Lanfreschi, Anna. "This 'Grown Ups' actor is a role model at 17". HLN. Retrieved July 20, 2014.