Lee Thompson Young is most recognized as Jett Jackson/Silverstone in the Disney Channel TV series The Famous Jett Jackson.
When Lee was young, he liked hanging out at the Richland County Public Library.
Lee has an older half-sister named Tamu.
Lee won the First Prize for his infomercial named "Girl-Away Spray" at the Models of the South Convention in Hilton Head, SC.
Lee has appeared in a commercial for Robitussin Cough Syrup.
Lee has dark brown hair and light brown eyes.
Lee is right-handed.
Lee was in the Disney Channel movie "Jett Jackson: The Movie," playing Jett Jackson/Silverstone.
Lee was in the movie "Akeelah and the Bee," playing Devon.
Lee attended the Professional Performing Arts High School in New York City.
Lee filmed the pilot for The Famous Jett Jackson and he found out in June 1998 from Disney that the show had been picked up.
Lee traveled to New York during the spring break of 1996 and got himself an agent.
Lee wanted to become an actor at age 10.
At age ten, Lee portrayed Dr. Martin Luther King in a play called "A Night of Stars and Dreams."
When Lee was in second grade his parents split up and he lived with his mother.
Lee was born as the son of Velma Love and Tommy Scott Young.
Lee played a character named Levi on two different series: Kevin Hill and The Guardian.
Lee is currently attending college at the University of Southern California.
In 1999, Lee was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series - Leading Young Actor for: The Famous Jett Jackson.
In 2000, Lee was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series - Leading Young Actor for: The Famous Jett Jackson.
In 2001, Lee was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Leading Young Actor for: The Famous Jett Jackson.
Lee: (About filming "Friday Night Lights") I injured my foot just running sprints and stuff. I had a little tendinitis in my foot, which made it hard to practice. But I got over it.