Cascade Brown

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Cascade Brown
Born 23 November (2015-11-23)
Central Middlesex Hospital, London, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present

Cascade Brown (born 23 November 1987)[1] is an English actress who played Tash Niles in the British Drama The Bill.[2]

Background[edit]

Cascade Brown started her career in the award-winning BBC series Holby City before going on to be cast in a leading role in the TV show The Bill as Tash Niles.

Her character dated PC Lewis Hardy and was the witness/victim in the epic storyline featuring the case against villain Ray Moore.

Early training[edit]

Ms Brown grew up in West London and went to the Stagecoach Performing Arts School until the age of 13. While there she performed at the Epsom Playhouse Theatre in Fiddler On The Roof.

She attended Gumley House Convent School for a few years, however her talents went unrecognised. She had a good, supportive network of friends and so when she moved on from the school she had the confidence to pursue her ultimate dream.

After leaving Stagecoach, Brown attended the Songtime Performing Arts School and appeared in Fame at the Beck Theatre.

Finally, to continue her training, Brown went on to study drama under Sharon Harris for two years.

Her training saw her earn Lamda Certificates with Distinction or honours from Grades 1-8.

Career[edit]

After her success in The Bill, she went on two further TV series including 46 episodes in the kids TV show My Spy Family as Donna.[3]

My Spy Family is a live action children's comedy series, which is aired on Boomerang in the UK and on the Cartoon Network in South Africa, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Iceland.

Ms Brown's other popular TV show includes Parents of the Band [4] which co-starred Bafta-nominated Jimmy Nail.[5]

Ms Brown's first job was on the popular BBC1 daytime soap Doctors,[6] which she also did again later in her career. She then went on to roles in Holby City, Missing [7] with Pauline Quirke [8] for the BBC.

She studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in Los Angeles.

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