Bumper Robinson was born on June 19, 1974 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. He is a famous actor and voice artist. He started his career by acting in a Jell-O pudding pop commercial starring Bill Cosby. As a young boy he appeared in many TV serials including, "The Jeffersons", "Webster", "Night Court", and "Days of our Lives". He played role of Zammis in the movie, "Enemy Mine" starring Dennis Quaid and Louis Gossett, Jr. and the movie was directed by Wolfgang Petersen and written by Barry Longyear and Edward Khmara. He won the Young Artist Award for the role in category of Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in 1987.
His famous movies includes, "Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years", "Generation X", "White Man's Burden", "The O.J. Simpson Story", "The Old Settler"
and "Behind Enemy Lines".
Bumper won the Young Artist Award also for his performance in the serial "Cagney & Lacey" in category of Best Young Actor - Guest in a Television Series and the same Award in 1993 for the serial, "Family Matters" in category of Best Young Actor Recurring in a Television Series and also in the movie, "The Jacksons: An American Dream" in category of Best Young Actor in a Television Movie.
Why is he famous?
He is famous for his role as Zammis in the movie, "Enemy Mine" aired in 1985.
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