Autograph Price: $60 - 8x10" photo, $80 - Pop, Quote every 6 words - $20

Photo Op Price: $60

Table Selfie Price: $40

Other Pricing: Combo - Selfie/Autograph 8x10' - $80, Pop - $100

Booth Location: 3413

Show Availabilty: Friday, Saturday, Sunday

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NADJI JETER is a 22-year-old multi-talented entertainer. Where he is the Voice Mocap Animation Character of Miles Morales, Spider Man on Disney XD and PlayStation PS4. Nadji is featured alongside Actress, Vanessa Williams, Uzo Aduba, Amirah Vann and Actor Matthew Modine in the Independent Film “Miss Virginia”.

He is the supporting lead role in the feature film “Wonder” starring alongside Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Trembley. He ended a 1961 independent production on director Gregory Caruso’s feature film Flock of Four, playing the lead role of Clifford a South Central Jazz drummer. Nadji also starred as Nick Gordon in the Late Whitney Houston’s Daughter Bobbi Kristina biopic on the Lifetime Channel.

Nadji was featured in the hit Adam Sandler comedies Grown Ups and the sequel Grown Ups 2, playing Andre Mckenzie, the son of Chris Rock and Maya Rudolph’s characters. His numerous voice-over credits include the Clint Eastwood film Changeling. Jeter is also featured as Sam in Naughty Dog’s mocap action-adventure survival video game “The Last Of Us,” which is considered by many critics as one of the greatest video games of all time, winning over 230 Game of the Year awards, and was one of the best-selling titles of 2013.

Recently, he was the lead in Dance Camp, the first YouTube Original Red movieas well as supporting lead in Sony’s sci-fi thriller The 5th Wave as Poundcake in an ensemble led by Chloe Grace Mortez, Liev Schreiber, Maria Bello & Ron Livingston; and in the upcoming independent drama Blue Weekend.

On television, in 2015 Jeter joined the ABC hit comedy “Last Man Standing” in the recurring guest starring role of Brandon. He was a series regular starring alongside with Tracee Ellis Ross and Malcolm Jamal Warner in a BET sitcom “Reed Between The Lines.” Jeter has also guest starred on Disney’s “Jesse,” Disney XD’s “Kirby Buckets” and “Mosies Rules,” ABC’s “Castle,” Jerry Bruckheimer’s The Forgotten,” CW’s “Every Body Hates Chris,” and ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.” In addition, Jeter utilized his dancing skills in “Documentary,” directed by Dieter Weisner, about the late Michael Jackson.


As a dancer, Jeter toured with Usher in 2005, and has a cameo appearance in the Usher World Tour DVD. He has performed for the likes of Quincy Jones, LA Reid, Sean “Diddy” Combs, and Jamie Foxx, among other entertainment icons. He has also appeared in music videos for several artists including Ceelo, and performed as the mascot {Lil Harry The Hawk} of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks basketball team.


Jeter is a Star Power Ambassador for the Starlight Foundation in California. He has served as host of Shawn Edginton’s annual “NO BULL Awards,” the BrittiCares Foundation events in Los Angeles, and the 2013 Teen Video Awards. In 2005, he performed for Usher’s New Look Foundation Gala in New York City, and in 2010 and 2011 he co-hosted Usher’s Camp New Look Foundation World Leadership Awards with former President Bill Clinton, Golfer Michelle Wie, Justin Bieber, and Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier. In 2013, Usher presented Jeter with The Global Youth Leadership Award, New Look Youth Leader for being a young person who shows significant commitment and long-term potential as a leader in their community, their country and the world.


While living in Atlanta, Georgia, Jeter’s family discovered that the rambunctious youth had a gift in dancing, acting, and music. An excellent student, Jeter loves science and also enjoys playing the guitar, football and video games. He now lives in Los Angeles.