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Wren T. Brown Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jun 11, 1964
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

With a father who was a prominent jazz trumpeter, a grandmother who danced at The Cotton Club, and a grandfather who was a member of the [[Performer~P209400~Nat King Cole Trio~thekingcoletrio]], it may seem a given that actor Wren T. Brown would pursue a career in show business. Despite the fact that Brown has been acting almost as long as he can recall, he nearly put his career in the spotlight aside for a shot at becoming a professional tennis player. Though Brown landed his first commercial appearance at age 11, the following six years would be spent running the courts before returning to commercials in McDonald's first "Chicken McNuggets" campaign at age 17. Following a television debut in Knight Rider and a feature debut in [[Performer~P114469~Robert Townsend~roberttownsend]]'s 1987 comedy [[Feature~V22791~Hollywood Shuffle~hollywoodshuffle]], strong supporting performances in [[Feature~V132739~The Hidden~thehidden]] (1987) and [[Feature~V24180~I'm Gonna Git You Sucka!~imgonnagityousucka]] (1988) eventually led to a leading role in the 1992 feature [[Feature~V119216~The Importance of Being Earnest~theimportanceofbeingearnest]] (1992). His appearance in such popular sitcoms and dramas as [[Feature~V276165~Seinfeld~seinfeld[tvseries]]], [[Feature~V258668~Frasier~frasier[tvseries]]], [[Feature~V181326~The West Wing~thewestwing[tvseries]]], and [[Feature~V182650~Ally McBeal~allymcbeal[tvseries]]] gaining Brown ever-widening exposure, a Dramalogue Award for his role in a production of [[Performer~P314726~Shakespeare~williamshakespeare]]'s As You Like It and a NAACP Image Nomination for his work in 2001's Jeffrey's Plan proved that he had what it took to make it on-stage as well. Moving into the new millennium with roles in [[Feature~V193506~Dancing in September~dancinginseptember]] (2000) and [[Feature~V275151~Biker Boyz~bikerboyz]] (2003), Brown returned to the small screen with a supporting role in the 2003 sitcom Whoopie. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi