About this actor
Stonewall W. "Stoney" Jackson (born February 27, 1960) is an American character actor. Jackson was born in Richmond, Virginia. He was featured in numerous teen magazines in the 1970s and 1980s, including Right On, Teen Beat, and Tiger Beat. He portrayed high school basketball player Jesse Mitchell on the ensemble series The White Shadow, and Travis Fillmore on the sitcom 227. Notably, he was one of the more visible dancers in Michael Jackson's Beat It, one of the most popular music videos of all time. He appeared in the video "I Can Dream About You" by Dan Hartman as the lead vocalist of the group "The Sorels," from the film "Streets of Fire" in 1984, along with actors Grand L. Bush, Robert Townsend, & Mykelti Williamson Stoney also appeared in the film CB4 with actors Chris Rock, and Allen Payne, where Jackson played a minor role as Wacky Dee, a take off on freedom williams He is currently married and lives in Santa Barbara. Jackson referees boys and girls high school basketball in...