Brandon Micheal Hall
Brandon Micheal Hall
|Born||February 3, 1993|
Anderson, South Carolina, U.S.
|Education||Juilliard School (BFA)|
Brandon Micheal Hall (born February 3, 1993) is an American actor. On television, he starred as the lead of the ABC sitcom The Mayor (2017) and the CBS comedy-drama God Friended Me (2018–2020). Hall also appeared as a series regular on the TBS / HBO Max dark comedy Search Party (2016–2022).
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Hall was born on February 3, 1993, in Anderson, South Carolina, and raised by his single mother, a minister. He attended Pendleton High School for his freshman and sophomore years, before transferring to South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts & Humanities in Greenville. Hall went on to study drama at the Juilliard School in New York City, from which he graduated in 2015.
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Hall was in Cecile on the Phone (2017). He was in Monster Party (2018) and Lez Bomb (2018). Hall was in the romantic comedy film Always a Bridesmaid (2019) as Kenny directed by Trey Haley and written by Yvette Nicole Brown, her first screenplay. .
Hall was cast in the 2015 pilot for LFE, directed by David Slade, but the pilot did not receive a series order. A year later, Hall landed his first series regular role on the TBS dark comedy Search Party as Julius Marcus, a journalist and former boyfriend of series lead Dory Sief (Alia Shawkat). He appeared in the main cast for the first two seasons and was a guest star in the third and fourth seasons. Hall was subsequently cast in the title role of the ABC sitcom The Mayor in 2017, portraying an aspiring rapper who inadvertently becomes mayor of his hometown. The series received positive reviews, but was cancelled after one season.
In 2018, Hall was cast in the lead role of on the CBS comedy-drama God Friended Me. Hall portrayed Miles Finer, an outspoken atheist who helps people needing assistance after receiving a Facebook friend request from an individual identifying as God. It aired for two seasons before being cancelled in 2020.
Hall made his Broadway debut on November 18, 2021 in Alice Childress's Trouble in Mind.
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|2016||The Times||Daniel||Short film|
|2017||Cecile on the Phone||Donald||Short film|
|2019||Always a Bridesmaid||Kenny|
|2020||The Surrogate||Nate||Feature film|
|2021||Injustice||Victor Stone / Cyborg||Voice; Direct-to-video|
|2023||The Young Wife||TBA||Post-production|
|TBA||The Airport Run||Elijah|
|2016||Unforgettable||Officer Richie Gardner||Episode: "Shelter from the Storm" (S 4:Ep 9)|
|Broad City||Delivery Guy||Episode: "Rat Pack" (S 3:Ep 4)|
|The Characters||Rookie||Episode: "Paul W. Downs" (S 1:Ep 6)|
|2016–2021||Search Party||Julian Marcus||Main role (season 1–2)|
Guest (season 3-4)
|2017||The Mayor||Courtney Rose||Main role|
|2018–2020||God Friended Me||Miles Finer||Main role|
|2020||Power||Carter||Episode: "Reversal of Fortune" (S 6:Ep 14)|
|2022||Chloe||Josh||BBC One TV series|
|2023||Poker Face||Damian||Episode: "The Night Shift" (S 1:Ep 2)|
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- ^ "Trouble in Mind – Broadway Play – Original | IBDB". www.ibdb.com. Retrieved 2022-03-25.
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