DeRon Horton

DeRon Horton

Highest Rated: 88% Burning Sands (2017)

Lowest Rated: 21% Endless (2020)

Birthday: Nov 25, 1992

Birthplace: Texas, USA

Born in Texas and raised in Saudi Arabia, DeRon Horton attended the Savannah College of Art and Design, emphasizing the performing arts. He appeared in a number of short films and made his professional debut in an unnamed guest role in a 2012 episode of the series "Haven" (SyFy, 2010-2015). His feature debut was for a similarly unnamed role in the Robert De Niro and Zack Efron vehicle "Dirty Grandpa" (2016). Horton's break out year appeared to be 2017, when he played a starring role in the splashy Sundance hit "Burning Sands" (2017). The film examines fraternity hazing during hell week at a fictional traditionally black university. He was also set to play a series regular role in "Dear White People" (Netflix, 2017-), an adaptation of the film of the same name, following a group of minorities at an Ivy League university.

Highest rated movies

Burning Sands After Everything Roman J. Israel, Esq. Bliss Endless




28% 44% Bliss Liang (Character) - 2021
21% No Score Yet Endless Jordan (Character) - 2020
84% 72% After Everything Nico (Character) - 2018
No Score Yet 83% Dirt Dez Truss (Character) - 2018
54% 53% Roman J. Israel, Esq. Derrell Ellerbee (Character) $11.7M 2017
88% 59% Burning Sands Square (Character) - 2017


86% 39% Dear White People Lionel (Character) 2017-2019 2021
77% 70% American Horror Story Ray Powell (Character) 2019
98% 84% American Vandal Lou (Character) 2018
89% 76% Lethal Weapon Unknown (Guest Star) 2016