Kimberly J. Brown
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|Kimberly J. Brown|
|Born||Kimberly Jean Brown
November 16, 1984
Gaithersburg, Maryland, U.S.
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Life and career
Brown was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland. She starred as Marnie Piper in the first three Halloweentown films on the Disney Channel and Tumbleweeds (1999). She also co-starred in the 2003 film Bringing Down The House with Steve Martin and Queen Latifah. She did not reprise her role in Return to Halloweentown. It was later revealed that Disney chose to re-cast her character for the fourth film, despite her being available for the shoot. She was replaced by Sara Paxton.
- 1990: The Baby-Sitters Club as Amanda Delaney
- 1993–2006: The Guiding Light as Marah Lewis (26 episodes)
- 1993: The Good Son as Additional Voice (uncredited)
- 1994: Princess Caraboo as Unknown (uncredited)
- 1996: Christmas in Cartoontown as Voice (as Kimberly Brown)
- 1997: Ellen Foster as Dora
- 1997: Vampire Princess Miyu as Miyu Yamano (episodes 1-7)
- 1998: Unhappily Ever After as Helena/Girl # 1 3 episodes
- 1998: A Bug's Life as Additional Voices
- 1998: Halloweentown as Marnie Piper
- 1998: Two of a Kind as Nicole (2 episodes)
- 1999: Touched by an Angel as Amy (1 episode)
- 1999: Tumbleweeds as Ava Walker
- 2000: Quints as Jamie Grover
- 2001: Der kleine Eisbär as Lona (Voice: English version)
- 2001: Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge as Marnie Piper
- 2001: The Blue Diner as Unknown (additional thanks; as Kimberly Brown)
- 2002: Rose Red as Annie Wheaton (3 episodes)
- 2002: My Sister's Keeper as Young Christine Chapman
- 2003: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Jessica Morse (1 episode)
- 2004: Halloweentown High as Marnie Piper (Last appearance as Marnie as Sara Paxton takes over the role in the fourth installment)
- 2004: Switched! as Herself (1 episode)
- 2004: Bringing Down the House as Sarah Sanderson
- 2005: Be Cool as Tiffany
- 2006: Big Bad Wolf as Samantha "Sam" Marche
- 2010: Friendship! as Dorthee
- 2013: Low Winter Sun as Shana Taylor.
- "Halloweentown: An Interview with Kimberly J. Brown"
- "Kimberly J. Brown: Filmography". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 15 June 2013.
- Kimberly J. Brown at the Internet Movie Database
- Kimberly J. Brown at AllMovie
- Kimberly J. Brown on Twitter