5' 9" (1.75 m)
At 12 years old, Brandon landed his first big break with the starring role of "Mowgli" in Walt Disney's "Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story." It went straight to video and is still being shown domestically as well as foreign. That same year, 1997, he filmed the Disney Channel movie "P.U.N.K.S." where he played a leading role as Johnny Pasiotopolis, with Henry Winkler, Randy Quaid and Jessica Alba. Brandon then filmed a movie called "Wind River," where he had a supporting role of a native American Indian named Pantsuk. Brandon's TV career started in late 1997 when he guest starred in the UPN series, "Sparks," starring James Avery, Miguel Nunez & Robin Givens. He went on to guest star on the Saturday morning NBC sit com, "City Guys," as a smart-aleck street kid named Ernesto, in 1998. It was just a few months later when the producers of "City Guys" cast Brandon as the series regular, Cray, the youngest child of a multi-ethnic foster family on their then newest show called "One World." This show filmed 3 seasons and is still running reruns every Saturday morning on NBC. More recently, Brandon has guest starred on the hit FOX TV series, "Boston Public." He also has two recurring roles, one on a Disney Channel TV series called "Even Stevens" playing the role of Zach Estrada, and the other on a mid season replacement on NBC called "Go Fish" where he plays an Eastern Indian teenager, Sumir. Brandon's real claim to fame thus far is his starring role on Disney Channel's hit movie "Johnny Tsunami." He played the title role of Johnny, a Hawaiian teen surfer turned snowboarder. It's a great family movie that both kids as well as adults can enjoy.
Is half Filipino
Has studied under acclaimed booking coach 'Amy Lyndon' (gv).
Majoring in Film Studies at the University of California - Santa Barbara. 
Attending the University of California, Santa Barbara. [August 2003]