Philip Daniel Bolden
Phillip Bolden appeared as Kirby Palmer, Deacon and Kelly's son on "The King of Queens" for 3 episodes before being replaced by Omari Lyles.
Vital statistics
Gender: Male
Born: (1995-03-19) March 19, 1995 (age 23)
Birthplace New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Family and Personal
Character information
Appeared on: The King of Queens
Episodes appeared in: 3 episodes in Seasons 1-2
Appears as: Kirby Palmer

Phillip Daniel Bolden (born March 19, 1995) is the first actor to play the part of Kirby Palmer, Deacon Palmer's oldest son on The King of Queens, appearing in three episodes during the first two seasons of the show. Phillip has also made two appearances as Kevin King in the popular Ice Cube films Are Were There Yet? (2005) and Are Were Done Yet? (2007) and the T.D. Jakes Christian film Woman Thou Art Loosed in 2004. Phillip also guest appeared on the CBS late night show The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, as well as appearances on such TV series as CBS's CSI-Miami, ABC-TV's My Wife and Kids and The Hugleys.

Biography and career

Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Kirby appeared as "Mack Jr." in Johnson Family Vacation, opposite comedian Steve Harvey and Vanessa L. Williams. Other film appearances include The Animal and Little Nicky opposite comedian Adam Sandler.

On television, in addition to his afore mentioned TV work, Bolden has guest-starred on According to Jim, FOX's Malcolm in the Middle and also appeared in the telefilm Play'd: A Hip Hop Story, and had a leading role in Macy Gray's music video "Sweet Baby".