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Meet Khleo Thomas, the 17 year old film and stage sensation, currently touring with Bow Wow on the Wanted Tour.  We’ve seen Alaskan born Thomas in movies such as Roll Bounce, Walking Tall, Holes, Friday After Next and The Story Behind Baadasssss!: The Birth of Black Cinema.  Khleo plays Dylan in the comedy-drama film, The Beautiful Ordinary, scheduled for 2007.  To his TV credit, he’s been in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Bernie Mac Show, ER, Going to the Mat (a Disney Channel Original movie), The Wayne Brady Show, Kids Say the Darndest Things and more.


Currently, Khleo lives in Los Angeles, California with his two brothers, Khadeem and Khamel, one sister, Khaleea and his parents (who apparently love to say “Khaâ€?). 

Khleo trivia:

Khleo is short for Khaleed.

His favorite sports are basketball, football, baseball, track, skateboarding and lifting weights with his dad.

Favorite ice cream is Chunky Monkey.

His favorite clothing brands are Phat Farm and Fubu.

Plays for the celebrity basketball team, The Hollywood Knights.

Is of Morroccan (mother) and African American (father) heritage.

Recorded his first Rap/R&B Album.

On tour dancing with rapper Bow Wow.


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