DeQuan Henderson started out in the entertainment business at the raw age of three, rapping at various talent shows. He won over twenty talent shows, locally and nationally, and at the age of ten, he was noticed by Biv-10 president and CEO, Michael Bivins. Mike immediately signed DeQuan on as a guest performer on a new project he was working on, entitled the Biv-10 Pee Wees. As a member of the Pee Wees, DeQuan showed the world that he had earned the right to hold a mic and he proved that he could rock a crowd. Unfortunately, the Pee-Wee project folded, but DeQuan proved that he was ready for the entertainment business. He began acting, with a play sponsored by New York Stage and Film, entitled AM Sunday. He expanded on his acting career by performing in a play sponsored by the Manhattan Theatre Club, entitled "A Raisin in the Sun". The play included well-regarded actors, including the late Gloria Foster (The Matrix), Reuben Santiago-Hudson (Shaft), and Anjune Ellis (Undercover Brother, Disappearing Acts). He continued his acting path to include numerous commercials, plays, TV shows including Third Watch, and Law And Order. Some of the biggest movie deals include a principal role as Marcus, in Disappearing Acts, in which he plays the son of Wesley Snipes, and he also has the lead role in a Showtime movie entitled "Crown Heights". In this movie DeQuan plays the character TJ, which also has Mario Van Peebles, and Howie Mandel in the cast. DeQuan has shown that he is relentless in his pursuit of the entertainment industry.
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