Ethan Hutchison is an American child actor. He is most popular for portraying Blue Bordelon in the Queen Sugar television series.
Ethan Hutchison Profile Summary
Long Island, New York, US
Eric Hutchison(Father), Farrah la Ronde(Mother)
Ethan Hutchison Biography
Ethan is an American child actor who was on September 7, 2010, in Long Island, NY. His father, Eric Hutchison, is a computer engineer and digital animator from New Orleans, and his mother, Farrah la Ronde, is an environmental scientist and documentary filmmaker from the Caribbean island of Dominica.
When Ethan was three years old, he told his parents that he was born to be an actor. And with this, he showed a true gift for performance and began his work in the theater. At the age of four, Ethan booked his first theatrical audition, a recurring role as Jake Gaines in the Hulu original TV Series, The Path (2016). At the age of five, his second audition led him to a series regular role as Blue Bordelon on OWN’s original TV series, Queen Sugar.
Ethan also enjoys fencing epee, being a master builder, producing beats, programming apps, building robots, and is an avid reader.
Ethan Hutchison Career
Ethan started his career at the age of three when he told his parents that he was born to be an actor. His first theatrical audition was in The Path (2016); he acted as Jakes Gaines. And since then, he has featured in many movies including Queen Sugar; he acted as Blue Bordelon. This role made him famous.
Ethan Hutchison Family
Ethan’s father, Eric Hutchison, is a computer engineer & digital animator and he is from New Orleans while his mother, Farrah la Ronde, is an environmental scientist & documentary filmmaker and she is from the Caribbean island of Dominica. Ethan also has a sister but her name is yet to be known.
Ethan Hutchison Movies/TV Shows
Teens Wanna Know
Below the Belt
Ethan Hutchison Awards/Nominations
Young Artist Award and Young Entertainer Award for Best Leading Young Actor in the movie “Queen Sugar” (Winner).
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Performance by a Youth in the movie “Queen Sugar” (Nomination).
People’s Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Drama in the movie “Queen Sugar” (Nomination)
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Drama Series in the movie “Queen Sugar” (Winner)