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Isaiah Robinson (born April 23, 1983 in Chicago) played Pockets, one of the Lost Boys in Steven Spielberg's 1991 film Hook. He also appeared in several radio and television commercials as a child; most notably, "That's My Baby" for Johnson's Baby Shampoo, a Polaroid Captiva commercial with Sinbad, and for Eagle Foods.
He went to William H. Ray Elementary School in Chicago, and sang with the Chicago Children's Choir. He graduated from Kenwood Academy, and went to Columbia College in Chicago to study acting. He is currently an instructor at Northeastern University, the Looking Glass Theater, City of Chicago After School Matters Program, Urban Gateways, and private students in the Chicago area. He also performs with the Stu Hirsch Orchestra, Silent Theater, as well as various other aggregations. He was the featured vocalist at the inauguration of Rahm Emanuel as mayor of Chicago. He performs with and facilitate workshops for the Chicago Children's Choir, and is on staff as a musician and Choir Master at churches in the Chicago Area.
His only other screen credit is as Curtis the janitor, one of an ensemble cast who "steals the movie" (according to one review) in the 2005 indie zombie film Dead at the Box Office filmed on a starvation budget in Gary, Indiana.
- Internet Movie DataBase: Isaiah Robinson