Pooch Hall was born in February 8, 1977 who is running 39 years in age. Pooch is professionally an actor, model as well as model who are renounced name in television industry.
After a number of other roles, Hall landed his best known roles in the 2011 film Jumping the Broom, in which he portrayed Ricky; and the sitcom series The Game, in which he portrayed Derwin Davis.
He also had recurring roles in Pepper Dennis and Suits.
caught up with Hall to talk about his guilty pleasures, hidden talents, obsessions and if he still keeps in touch with his former co-stars. He loves action figures POOCH HALL: I like to buy toys. My father is one of those guys who never gets anyone’s name right and so the next door neighbor was always calling me Pooky when I was in my mom's stomach. I really appreciate where my life is and what I’ve accomplished. I keep in touch with Barry Floyd (Tee Tee), Jigga (Bibbs), Gabrielle Dennis (Janay), P. Byrne (Irv), Kenny Smith (writer/executive producer), Harold Rossi (writer/producer) and Bumper Robinson (Juvon). I end up watching TV and I find myself munching on snacks.6.
They make these new figures from this brand called Hot Toys from Japan. They’re expensive and ever since I’ve been in Hollywood that’s been a guilty pleasure of mine. Also, my oldest daughter is 15, handicapped, in a wheel chair and can’t walk or talk, but she’s still the happiest girl in the world. I run into Jay Ellis every now and then, he’s a cool cat. The perfect date night with his wife involves movies and dancing HALL: We tend to take in a movie at the crib or go to one of those theaters that have a bar. Or we’ll have a little dinner before the movie and maybe drive around and just see if we can take in a lounge. I’m not talking about rapping where I can go battle Jadakiss. There’s a film moving forward that I wrote with my writing partner Lee Davis.
Hall was born in Brockton, Massachusetts, on February 8, 1976, and is a graduate of Brockton High School.