Brandon Hammond is a retired American actor from Baton Rouge, Louisiana who was born on February 6th, 1984. He enjoyed great success as a child actor and appeared in many major motion pictures, including "Mars Attacks!", "Strange Days", "Waiting to Exhale" and "Space Jam." Hammond was also regularly seen on the popular television series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," playing the role of Anthony. Almost all of his roles were sons or nephews of the adult lead, or younger versions of the leading character during flashback scenes or dream sequences. Brandon Hammond was in high demand throughout the 1990's, but he did not transition into a marketable adult actor. His final role was in the film "Our America," which aired on the Showtime Network. Hammond has made no public appearances since he turned eighteen, and his strong desire for privacy has made it difficult for fans to find information about his current activities.