Broderick Hunter is a successful television and film actor, spokesperson, influencer and podcaster. Broderick Guest Stars on HBO'S hit INSECURE, as well as Issa Rae's A BLACK LADY SKETCH COMEDY SHOW also airing on HBO in a recurring role. Most recently, he wrapped the lead role of "Adam Crawford" opposite Timothy Richardson in the feature B-BOY BLUES, based on the name-sake novel, written by Earl Harding and directed by Jussie Smollett.
Broderick has 2 additional feature films slated for release in 2021; in CALIFORINIA LOVE, a film based on a true story, he plays convict opposite Robert Ríchard who reforms his life and becomes an advocate to end gang violence between the Crips & the Bloods; in THEY COME THEY GO, Broderick plays the romantic lead in a couple who grow apart after an intense beginning.
Broderick is the spokesperson and face of the national REEBOK "The Collective" Campaign, in which he uses the platform to highlight the importance of Mental Health for the Youth through content creation and events under the Reebok umbrella. He is also the face of national and international commercial & print campaigns for Ralph Lauren RL, Tommy Hilfiger, Ole H Grooming Products and many others as well as modeling in the pages of VOGUE shot by legendary photographer Bruce Webber, GQ, ESSENCE, ONFitness and many others. Broderick is COSMOPOLITAN Magazine's Spine Guy, one of only 5 in the history of the Magazine. PEOPLE Magazine named him one of the SEXIEST MEN OF INSTAGRAM. During quarantine, Broderick was the host and producer with the NBA for a live, fan-interactive programs and interviews, covering a wide range of topical subjects ranging from Police Brutality and Social Injustice, Player freedom of speech, political protests, to bringing fans to their favorite NBA players.
Broderick is an activist, particularly in the Mental Health arena, and has launched FREE TO JOY, an organization devoted to providing access to counseling and therapy for underserved communities and struggling minors. Additionally, he works with UNICEF's "Next Generation" program, which brings awareness and funding to mental health programs for youth.