Brandon Call

Brandon Call


Brandon Call was born on Nov 17, 1976 in USA. Brandon Call's big-screen debut came with The Black Cauldron directed by Ted Berman in 1985, strarring Fairfolk (voice).

Born Brandon Spencer Lee Call on November 17th, 1976, in Torrance, California, Brandon started performing at the tender age of two. His movie debut, albeit lending his voice, was in Disney's Taram et le Chaudron magique (1985), so his first live-action acting role was opposite Glenn Close in À double tranchant (1985). He made a number of television appearances before gaining popularity playing David Hasselhoff's son on Alerte à Malibu (1989). However, his stint on Alerte à Malibu (1989) was short-lived as he stayed on the series for only a season. He then pursued another television program, the Brady Bunch-esque show Notre belle famille (1991), where he portrayed the cool JT Lambert with Patrick Duffy and Suzanne Somers as his parents.Growing up, Brandon enjoyed such simple pleasures as playing basketball, boogie boarding, and listening to music. September 3, 1996, was probably a night Brandon will never forget because he was involved in a traffic dispute where he was shot in both arms. Luckily, Notre belle famille (1991) was a mid-season show, so he had time to recuperate before filming began. This wasn't the first time that Brandon got into trouble, though, as two weeks prior, his off-screen problems made the news. He seemed to have dropped off into relative obscurity, as his last televised role was a guest spot on the Hulk Hogan series Caraïbes offshore (1994).

  • Birthday

    Nov 17, 1976
  • Place of Birth

    Torrance, California, USA
  • Also known

    Brandon Spencer Lee Call


2 wins & 7 nominations

Young Artist Awards
Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in a Daytime Series
Winner - Young Artist Award
Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor, Supporting Role, Feature Film - Comedy, Fantasy or Drama
Winner - Young Artist Award
Outstanding Young Actor - Regular Daytime Serial
Winner - Young Artist Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows