African-American actor TEQUAN RICHMOND (Lee) launched his career on two highly promising notes during his mid-adolescent years: he portrayed Ray Charles Jr. the revered R&B and soul singer's son, in Taylor Hackford's much-lauded biopic Ray (2004), and then joined the cast of the hotly anticipated sitcom Everybody Hates Chris in 2005, as Drew, the chick-magnet younger brother of Chris Rock's teenage alter ego. Richmond starred in the CW comedy for four seasons alongside Tyler James Williams.
During this period, Richmond also landed occasional guest appearances on such series dramas as CSI, ER, and The Shield.
Tequan has been also producing music since the age of 13 and he is currently pursuing a rap career as an unsigned artist under the name "T-Rich".
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