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Naylon Mitchell


Brooklyn born Naylon Mitchell always enjoyed the art of Acting. He began his career in high school performing in community theater. While at Erasmus Hall high school he was taking acting class at the New Federal Theater studying under Director, Bill Duke. After graduating from Brooklyn College with a degree in Filmmaking, he decided to take on the... See full bio »
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Filmography

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 2014/II The Cure (completed)
Gus
 2012 The Suicide Blogs (completed)
Emory
 2014 A Product of Me
Larry
 2013 Mystic Rising
Homeless Cult Member
 2011 Passive Fist (Short)
Monk 5
 2011 Truth Seekers
Dodson
 2010 Redemption: Covenant House of Georgia (Video short)
Rag Man
 2009 Musical Theater of Hope (TV Movie)
David's Cousin
 1992 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Orderley Mitchell
- Episode #1.6000 (1992) ... Orderley Mitchell
 1985 Brewster's Millions
Waiter (uncredited)
 1985 Delivery Boys
Jazz Mace
 1984 The Cotton Club
Busboy (uncredited)
 1984 Beat Street
Dancer (uncredited)
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 1991 Prison Stories: Women on the Inside (TV Movie) (additional art) / (assistant property master)
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 2011 Truth Seekers (co-producer)

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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Naylon is the son of 50's Rock and Roll Legend Johnny Mitchell who was part of duo Robert and Johnny. They were known for their huge hit "We Belong Together" and "Your Mine" which were featured in movies such as: Christine, La Bamba, After Hours, Pleasantville, Selena, and hit tv shows like "The Sopranos & Ed". Johnny along with his singing partner Robert Carr wrote and recorded over 75 songs.

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