Vernon Lee Smith

Vernon Lee Smith

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Vernon Lee Smith Jr grew up on the Northside of Chicago. He lived with both parents Pauletta Mc Nutt Smith and Vernon Smith Sr and his younger brother Robert Smith. Dreams of becoming an actor at a young age after watching his father perform in theatre, Vernon has been inspired since. Also having the talent to rap he soon formed a rap group at the ... Show more »
Vernon Lee Smith Jr grew up on the Northside of Chicago. He lived with both parents Pauletta Mc Nutt Smith and Vernon Smith Sr and his younger brother Robert Smith. Dreams of becoming an actor at a young age after watching his father perform in theatre, Vernon has been inspired since. Also having the talent to rap he soon formed a rap group at the age of twelve(Della Squad)with his cousin "Tic" a.k.a. Willie Smith and his best friend "Confusion" a.k.a. Brendon Moore. This group would last for 10 years off and on performing on stage and at schools. In 2003 Vernon Lee Smith Jr decided to go his separate way still having hopes of becoming an actor and sometimes rapper in 2004 Vernon heard about an acting school(JOhn Robert Powers) through his cousin "Tic". Vernon immediately applied and that's when he knew exactly where his heart would be. In May of 2005 Vernon and his brother Robert moved to Hollywood, California and immediately started doing "background" work for various movies such as "Dream Girls", "Grid Iron Gang", "Accepted" and many more... In 2007 do to financial problems Vernon and his brother moved back to Chicago. He received mixed reaction some people said he would never go back and some said "we know your going back because we know how determined you are." Vernon's goal to move back to Hollywood was to be a year but instead he moved back in 8 months do to the support of family. In 2008, Vernon's friend Steven Cortinas kept in touch with him the entire time he was in Chicago and promised he would put him in his Indy film. In 2010 Vernon received movie credit for the movie "The Problem Solver" and in 2011 he received another credit for the movie "American Trash" Thanks to Steven Cortinas whom wrote and directed both films. Vernon is still auditioning and is more determined to make it than he'd ever been before. Show less «

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