Julito McCullum is an American actor best known for his role as Namond Brice on the television series The Wire.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Julito started acting at the age of 13. He began his career with a recurring guest role in the TV show Hack and in 2004 he appeared in the Emmy nominated TNT Movie of the Week, The Wool Cap, with William H. Macy and Keke Palmer.
In 2005 he was cast in a starring role as Lafayette in the 6-part TV mini-series Miracle Boys directed by Spike Lee, Bill Duke, LeVar Burton, Ernest Dickerson and Neema Barnet.
On the big screen Julito's credits include roles in God's Forgotten House (2005), Parting Words (2005) and Akeelah and The Bee (2006), with Angela Basset and Lawrence Fishburne.
He's also appeared in numerous commercials including the Nike/Michael Jordan 20th Anniversary spot directed by Spike Lee.