Orlando Brown (actor)

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Orlando Brown
Born (1987-12-04) December 4, 1987 (age 31)
OccupationRapper, actor, singer, voice actor
Years active1991–2016, 2018–present

Orlando Brown (born December 4, 1987)[1] is an American actor, voice actor, rapper and singer. He is best known for his roles as Eddie in That's So Raven, 3J in Family Matters, Tiger in Major Payne, Max in Two of a Kind, Damey Wayne in the short-lived Waynehead, Dobbs in Max Keeble's Big Move, Frankie in Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off.

Early life[edit]

Orlando Brown, was born on December 16, 1987 in Los Angeles, California.[1] He soon moved with his grandmother to Barstow California.

Career[edit]

Brown's roles as a child actor included Tiger in Major Payne and Nelson on The Jamie Foxx Show. He also did the voice of Sticky Webb on the animated TV series The Proud Family, and the lead character, Cornelius Fillmore, on the animated show Fillmore!. He also played Eddie on That’s So Raven.

Legal issues[edit]

On February 28 2016, Brown was arrested in Torrance, California, and charged with misdemeanor, domestic battery, obstruction of justice, drug possession with intent to sell, and having contraband in jail.[2]

On January 18, 2018, Brown was arrested again, this time in Barstow, California after an alleged family dispute including an argument with a girlfriend. He was charged with battery of a spouse, resisting a police officer, and possession of a controlled substance. He was booked into the Barstow Jail on the same day.[3]

On April 13, 2018, Brown was arrested in Las Vegas by Bounty Hunters for an outstanding warrant in California for failure to appear.

On June 5, 2018, Brown was arrested for a fourth time in Las Vegas after the police witnessed him walking in and out of an area motel with high prostitution and illegal drug activity. He was stopped but refused to cooperate and was thus cuffed. Brown was found to have possessed bags of drugs which were identified as crack cocaine. Brown was booked on felony narcotics possession, misdemeanor, drug paraphernalia, and resisting a police officer.[4]

On September 2, 2018, Brown was arrested for a fifth time after breaking into his friend's restaurant and trying to change the locks. [5]

On December 21, 2018, an episode of The Dr. Phil Show aired focusing on Brown, who appeared confused and delusional. [6] He claimed that he was four years sober, that Michael Jackson was his father, and that his full name is Orlando Brown Prince Michael Jackson, Jr. He also said that he has four children "that [he] knows of", two of which he has never met and doesn't know their names. He also said his oldest child is "between 16 and 18" years old, which would have made Brown a father when he was between the ages of 13 and 15. [7]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Family Values Chuckie Television film
1995 Major Payne Tiger
1998 Senseless at the Gate Brandler Witter
2000 Inhumane Worker Marchel Williats
2000 Perfect Game Marcel Williams
2000 The Tangerine Bear Bear
Little Boy
Voice
2001 Max Keeble's Big Move Dobbs
2003 Maniac Magee Mars Bar Thompson
2003 Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off Frankie
2005 Suits on the Loose Cody
2005 The Proud Family Movie Sticky Webb Voice
2012 Christmas in Compton Tyrone
2012 We the Party Club DJ Uncredited
2013 Run Ya' Pockets: A Political Economy Analysis of Crime Amongst Harlem Youths LeTavious College film
2015 Straight Outta Compton Block Dude
2015 American Bad Boy Charles
2016 Bloody Hands Detective Brown

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Coach Kid Episode: "Ten Percent of Nothing"
1996 In the House Steven Episode: "To Die For"
1996 The Parent 'Hood George Washington Carver Episode: "I'm O'Tay, You're O-Tay"
1996–1997 Waynehead Damey Wayne 13 episodes
1996–2000 Moesha Chuckie / James 3 episodes
1997 Malcolm & Eddie Max Episode: "Hoop Schemes"
1997 Sister, Sister Clayton Episode: "Little Man Date"
1997 The Pretender Bruno Episode: "Back From The Dead Again"
1997 The Wayans Bros. Charlie Episode: "Say It Ain't So, Marlon"
1996–1998 Family Matters 3J 21 episodes
1998–1999 Two of a Kind Max 8 episodes
1998–2001 The Jamie Foxx Show Nelson 4 episodes
1999 Malcolm & Eddie Cairo Episode: "Daddio"
1999 Friends and Foes Chris
1999 Safe Harbor Chris 10 episodes
2001 Lizzie McGuire Travis Elliot Episode: "Random Acts of Miranda"
2001–2005 The Proud Family Sticky Webb Voice; 38 episodes
2002–2004 Fillmore! Cornelius Fillmore 26 episodes
2002–2007 Express Yourself Himself
2003–2004 Clifford's Puppy Days Evan Thomas Taylor 3 episodes
2003–2007 That's So Raven Edward "Eddie" Thomas 99 episodes
2004 Start Up, Go Down, and Get Lost Dwayne 1 episode
2004 One on One Dwanye Episode: "He's Not Heavy, He's My Half-Brother"
2005 Phil of the Future Andrew "Andy" Baxley Episode: "Team Diffy"
2006-2009 Yin Yang Yo! Badfoot (voice) Episode: "The Big Payback"
2011 The End The Man / The Boomshadow 4 episodes
2011 Hell's Kitchen Himself 1 episode

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album Released
Trade It All[8] 2006
"F**k My Fame (Radio)" - single 2016

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Song Soundtrack
2003 "That's So Raven (theme song)" (with Raven-Symoné & Anneliese Van Der Pol) That's So Raven
"Circle of Life" (with DCCoS) Disneymania 2
2004 "Circle of Life (Christmas version)" (with DCCoS) Radio Disney Jingle Jams
2005 "Circle of Life (All Star Remix)" (with DCCoS) DisneyRemixMania
2006 "Little By Little" (with Raven-Symoné) That's So Raven Too!
"Will It Go Round in Circles"
"Little By Little (Remix)" (with Raven-Symoné; iTunes bonus track)
"A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" (with DCCoS) Disneymania 4
"Super Cali (BoiOB mix)"
2008 "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" (with DCCoS) Princess DisneyMania

Songs[edit]

Year Song Album
2003 "That's So Raven (main song)" (w/ Raven-Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol) That's So Raven
2004 "Circle of Life" (w/ DCCoS) DisneyMania 2
2006 "Little By Little" (w/ Raven-Symoné) That's So Raven Too!
"Will It Go Round in Circles"
"A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes" (w/ DCCoS) DisneyMania 4
2016 "F**k My Fame (Radio)" "F**k My Fame (Radio)" - single

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Orlando Brown". TVGuide.com. Archived from the original on September 19, 2015. Retrieved February 18, 2016.
  2. ^ "Disney Star Orlando Brown Busted for Hitting GF in Police Station Parking Lot". TMZ.com. February 18, 2016. Retrieved February 18, 2016.
  3. ^ "Disney Star Orlando Brown Arrested Following Family Dispute". eonline.com. January 18, 2018. Retrieved January 21, 2018.
  4. ^ "Orlando Brown arrested again... New Raven-Symone Tat on Display". tmz.com. June 5, 2018. Retrieved June 6, 2018.
  5. ^ http://www.tmz.com/2018/09/04/orlando-brown-arrested-burglary-vegas-caught-on-camera/
  6. ^ https://www.drphil.com/videos/actor-orlando-brown-on-experience-with-crystal-meth-the-demons-that-come-with-that-drug-kind-of-took-over/
  7. ^ https://bckonline.com/2018/12/21/orlando-brown-tells-dr-phil-that-he-has-four-kids-and-the-2-year-old-is-still-in-the-belly-video/
  8. ^ Trade It All (2006-10-31). "Trade It All: Orlando Brown: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-12-31.

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