An actor, a comedian and a businessman, Kevin Brown is a professional in the world of entertainment. As co-owner of The Uptown Comedy Club, one of the most successful comedy clubs in New York City during the late 80′s and early 90′s, Kevin opened the door to success for such comedians as Tracy Morgan, Mike Epps and Flex Alexander.
Responsible for the success of many of the comics that performed at the Uptown Comedy Club, and needing an outlet of expression while going through a really hard divorce, Kevin decided to try his own hand at comedy and invest in a career as a comedian. This investment paid off and has made Kevin one of the most sought after stand up comedians in the world of comedy. He has been featured on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” B.E.T.’s “Comic View” and MTV’s Human Giant. Needless to say, Kevin found out he was actually good at it and today, he is the featured headliner at many comedy clubs around the country.
Also known for his leading roles in the hip hop martial arts sleeper, “Empty Hands” and 2006′s “A Merry Little Christmas”, Kevin’s reputation as an actor is rapidly gaining momentum. From these independent projects, Kevin has landed big screen roles in 50 Cent’s “Get Rich or Die Trying” and Lindsay Lohan’s, “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen”. He can also be seen any given Thursday night as Dot-Com, on NBC’s “30 Rock” along side Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey and Tracy Morgan.
As versatile of an actor as one can be, Kevin can play a plethora of roles ranging from the sexy leading man to the big bad guy to the funny man that will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. Kevin is working toward becoming an icon for “big men” on the small and big screen.
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