Before Bug went to LA to audition for The Little Rascals, he had never left his home state of Texas.
Bug's first acting role was in a local production of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" where he played Sneezy.
There is an interview on Disney's website for Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves, that reports that the then 12 year old enjoys rock climbing and the book series Goosebumps.
His younger brother, Gemini Barnett, is also an actor.
His interests include music, singing, and riding motorcycles.
His mother's name is Twila, his older sister's name is Star Hall, his younger brothers are Gemini Barnett and Dakota.
In the fall of 2003 Bug was in a motorcycle accident and broke both arms.
In 2004 he was an acting teacher in Joey Travolta's entertainment experience.
Bug likes to sing, and looks forward to performing for a charity telethon in Iowa every year.
He is the second oldest child in his family.
Bug is a nickname that he received because his mother worked at a Day Care center, and she would bring him to work with her. She didn't want other kids to sit on him, so she made up a game that he was a "bug" and if they sat on him they would smash him.
Bug and his fellow actors on "The Little Rascals" won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Youth Ensemble in a Motion Picture.
Bug lives in Canoga Park, California.
Bug received his GED in 2003.
Bug attended Riverview High School in Riverview, Florida.
Bug is 6 feet 2 inches tall.
Bug Hall (Brandon) had blonde hair and his mother and personal manager (Stein) at the time of the Little Rascal auditions had him dye his hair brown for the audition. His little brother Gemini was submitted and considered for a lead role as well in the feature film "The Little Rascals, but Penelope Spheeris (Director) had second thoughts when young Gemini wet his pants on the set. He was only 3 years old. They re-cast Gemin's part but he got a sit-com role soon after.
(about his motorcycle accident), Bug: It was about 9:30 at night. Someone took a left, not paying attention, and hit me. I went through the side of the windshield, over the top of the van, and ended up in the hospital for about two weeks.
Bug: High school was tough because I demanded to be in public schools when not working. I did not want to be home-schooled. I did end up jumping around to a lot of different high schools. I ended up graduating a little early from East Bay in Florida.
Bug: I had no time to get prepared [for the movie Footsteps]. I found out I got the job only a week before we started filming.
(About shooting the movie, Footsteeps)
Bug: I got to see snow for the first time as well. I grew up in Texas. I also got to go sledding for the first time. Since I had never been before, I didn't know how to do it or what to wear. I wore just jeans and a T-shirt. That wasn't a good idea. I ended up falling and my hands were all blistered.
Bug: John Badham is a really amazing director. He influenced me quite a bit. We sat around and discussed different movies for hours.
Bug:[My buddies and I]heard about the audition for The Little Rascals. My mother owned a day care, so I grew up watching them. We were able to talk by mom into taking us to the audition. It took some convincing because she did want any of us to get our hopes up. I told her that I was going to take a cab if she didn't drive me. Of course, at eight, there was no way I could afford to do that. I pulled the cab line and it worked. So she took me out there and three auditions later they were flying me to California. They put me up at the Universal Sheraton. I had never even been out of Texas before then.
About Candice Bergen Bug: She is a very talented actress. Working with her was definitely a privilege.