Brandon Quintin Adams is one of the few actors who has been in pretty much every 90s classic. He’s mostly known for his role as Jesse Hall in the first two Mighty Ducks movies and Kenny DeNunez in The Sandlot, but did you know he also performed with and played Micheal Jackson?
Adams has been in the entertainment since he was a toddler. He’s shared “I was everybody’s little boyfriend when I was younger. It’s all good. It’s just love, you know. I’ll take the love. Give it to me.” Whether it was a movie role, video game feature or TV Show, most likely Adams was a part of it. Below is a list of his TV show appearances. See how many scenes you remember…
Moesha as Aaron
- Independence Day (1999): Moesha turns 18 and the gang decides to throw her a surprise birthday party but Kim spoils it by telling her.
- Birth Control (1998): Moesha goes on birth control when she thinks she’s ready for sex. However, she gets a huge surprise when Dee finds the pills.
- A Terrible Thing Happened on My Tour of College (1998): Moesha and her friends visit Charisse, Moesha’s cousin, at Maynard University and during their visit they run into Moesha’s ex-boyfriend Aaron. Old sparks flame again for Moesha and Aaron, but she becomes more interested in another man.
- Moesha Meets Brandy (1998): After Kim forgets to purchase tickets to a sold-out concert featuring R&B singer Brandy, Moesha decides to spend her weekend alone with Aaron. See a clip from this episode below…
Martin as Boy #2
- Blackboard Jungle Fever (1993): Martin hosts Career Day at his old elementary school and is hit on by his former third-grade teacher. When Gina walks in, she misunderstands the scene and dumps him.
Boy Meets World as Alex
- I Am Not a Crook (1995): Cory is struggling to fit in at school so he decides to run for class president. The campaign goes well until Cory makes some promises he can’t keep to gain popularity.
A Different World as Dion/Tino
- A Word in Edgewise (1991): Kim is afraid that Matthew’s involvement in his Drama Studies makes them an incompatible couple, but Matthew and the issues going on with Dwayne and Whitley soon prove it will be ok.
- Blues for Nobody’s Child (1990): Freddie befriends an orphan and suggests the possibility of adopting the boy to Prof. Randolph.
- To Have and Have Not (1989): Whitley loses faith in her youth-center dance students when her pocketbook disappears.
- It’s Greek to Me (1989): Dwayne and Ron’s friendship is strained after they pledge a fraternity.
- It’s Showtime at Hillman (1991): When Walter arranges a telethon to raise extra money for the outreach center, the Hillman gang contributes by showcasing their various talents. See his appearance as Dion in the clip below…
Sister, Sister as Michael
- Scrambled Eggs (1995):Tia and Tamera’s school project on parenting is not what it’s cracked up to be when Tamera is paired with Roger; Lisa tries to impress Terrence’s religious parents; and Ray gives an E-mail dating system a try.
- Tattoo (1995): Tia’s new tattoo, a symbol of her love for her boyfriend, aggravates Lisa.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as Bryan / Ramon
- Something for Nothing (1991): Will gets lucky at a fundraiser and wins some money. When Will doesn’t follow the club’s tradition, it starts rumors about the Banks family. Ashley is too young to go to the fundraiser, so she and Geoffrey set up their own poker night.
- Stop Will! in the Name of Love (1994): Will and his date double dates with Ashley and her boyfriend. Will is overly protective of Ashley that it ruins everyone’s fun. See a clip from the episode below…