Teen '30 Rock' regular gets talent deal
Bobb’e J. Thompson is busy beyond his years — and getting busier.
The 13-year-old moppet has cut a talent holding deal with Reveille, which aims to develop a sitcom around the thesp.
Thompson is a semi-regular on NBC’s “30 Rock,” playing the son of Tracy Morgan’s character. He’s on the bigscreen this summer in “Land of the Lost” and opposite Eddie Murphy in “Imagine That.”
Thesp earned a breakthrough performance nomination at the MTV Movie Awards for his perf in “Role Models.” And he’s set to host the Cartoon Network series “Bobb’e Says,” which is described as a “America’s Funniest Home Videos” for kids.
“Bobb’e J. Thompson is an up-and-coming actor with outstanding comedic talent,” said Reveille managing director Howard T. Owens.
Thompson is repped by ICM.