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Brandon Ratcliff was born April 14, 1998 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He relocated with his mother, Tonni Ratcliff from Highland Park, Illinois an affluent North Shore suburb of Chicago in 2003 to Los Angeles at the age of four to pursue an acting career and he currently resides in Studio City, California.
He is best known for his role as "Robby" in the 2005 Sundance and Cannes award-winning film Me and You and Everyone We Know. Brandon can also be seen playing a young "Mr. President" in a series of promotional videos for the popular band TV on the Radio for their 2006 album Return to Cookie Mountain.
Brandon has appeared on such shows as:
He is the nephew of professional Track and Field 2012 Olympic Medalist in the 100 Meter Hurdles, Kellie Wells.
At age 10 (in 2008), he is the youngest actor in the history of the Festival De Cannes (Cannes Film Festival) to have leading roles in two films screened at the prestigious international film festival.
Brandon's 2011 Independent Film "Down This Road" was an official 2011 Tribeca Film Festival selection and winner of Best Narative Film in the 2011 Black Maria Film Festival.
Brandon spent his Middle School educational tenure at Pacific Hills School, an independent private day school in West Hollywood, CA. Alumni includes Jason Bateman, Drew Barrymore, Damon Wayans Jr. and Monica Lewinsky.
Brandon is starring in his first Feature Length Horror Film, 'Blood Shed' which is set to begin production in the Fall of 2012.
Brandon was given a letter of acceptance for the 2012-2013 school year and currently attends George School, a coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12 founded in 1893 by Quakers in Newtown Pennsylvania. The school has a very active performing arts program of long standing. Although it is not formally an "arts school," many of George School's most prominent alumni are performing artists.
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