Sixteen-year-old Travis Wolfe, Jr is a Philadelphia native who’s been an entertainer since he was six years old. He started off Hip-hop/breakdancing, taking classes in Philly and New York and was always stealing the show at every party, event and backyard barbeque. At seven years old, he decided to give acting a try after he got an opportunity to meet with a talent agent in New Jersey. He knew he was destined to be an actor when he got on set for his first gig, a commercial.
Since then, Wolfe, Jr. has appeared in THE NEIGHBORHOOD, on the Network, “Grown-ish,” “Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks” and “Raven’s Home.” He danced in the feature film “The Book of Henry” and in the opener of the 2015 NBA All-Star Game. His commercial credits include Old Navy, Disney’s VTech toys and Panini NFL trading cards.
Along with his father, who is an actor and transformational speaker, Wolfe, Jr. speaks at events encouraging and empowering youth to persevere through all experiences, follow their dreams and achieve greatness. Some of his motivational videos can be found on his Instagram account.
In Early 2021, Wolfe, Jr started a new initiative, the “Junior Arts Scholarship” in which he provides scholarships to youth ages 7-17 to attend visual and performing art-related programs. He serves as a star ambassador for his mother’s non-profit, Star In You, Inc., which helps underprivileged children obtain resources and opportunities in the arts.
In 2017, Wolfe, Jr’s family moved to California so he and his siblings could follow their dreams in the entertainment industry. Currently, he resides in Los Angeles with his parents, two sisters and his dog. His birthday is April 16. Follow him on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @TravisWolfeJr.