Nadji Jeter: First Ever African American Spider Man

Nadji Jeter: First Ever African American Spider Man

Nadji Jeter, who has officially just made history as the first ever first ever African American Spider Man ever in the new original Disney XD series: Marvel’s Spider Man. While living in Atlanta, Georgia, Nadji's family discovered that he had a talent for dancing, acting, and music. Nadji's talents caught the eye of several A-list entertainers, giving him the opportunity to perform for Usher's New Look Foundation Gala in New York City in 2005. In 2010 Nadji was given the honor to co-host the "Usher" Camp New Look Foundation, World Leadership Awards with former President Bill Clinton, Golfer Michelle Wie, Justin Bieber, & ET News Kevin Frazier.In July 2013, Usher Raymond, Honored Nadji with the Global Youth Award,Nationwide with New Look Foundation. 

Though he may have just made history, fame of this type of caliber is nothing new to Nadji Jeter. At only 12 years old, Nadji Jeter was turning heads as a breakout star in Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2, playing the role of “Andre McKenzie,” the son of “Kurt McKenzie,” played by the legendary Chris Rock.

Jeter’s noteworthy abilities also landed him a role in the 2017 Oscar Award Winning film, Wonder, starring Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson. 

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