Shedrack Anderson III appeared in the hit teen series Just Deal as the lovable Jermaine Green. He starred as Tommy in Lifetime's Gracie's Choice alongside Diane Ladd and Anne Heche. He made his film debut as one of the Lost Boys in Steven Spielberg's Hook. He then starred in Warriors of Virtue 2, and guest starred on the television series Boston Public, The Parkers, Hollywood Lives, Hip Hop Massive and The Division. Anderson is a recurring star on Disney's hit show Phil of the Future.His Biggest movie to date was Fat Albert which he starred as Rudy. When Shedrack isn't on the big screen, he is in the music studio. His love of music has finally led him to complete his first album. An incredible mix of soul and euro funk all wrapped into one. With an amazing accapella voice that many fans think matches the vocal stylings of Bobby Mc Ferrin. Anderson attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, where he was honored with the Emerging Artist of the Year Award from PBS. After high school, he attended the Julliard School in NewYork, where he became interested in dance. He was a member of Ballet Hispanico of New York and became an assistant choreographer for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre Shedrack Anderson has created an eclectic mix of soul and new wave music into the next sound of music today.He has developed into one of the most talented artists of our time. Listen to his smooth and instrument like vocal stylings. From young to old, he uses his knowledge of music to span the globe and create new sounds and incredible melodies for all walks of life to enjoy.