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Krystal Joy Brown

Krystal Joy Brown

Conocido por: Acting · Género: Mujer

5 Películas · 2 Series de TV

Biografía

Krystal Joy Brown is an American Broadway theatre and television actress best known for her portrayal of Diana Ross in the Broadway musical Motown: The Musical. She is a two-time Adele and Fred Astaire nominee for best female dancer in a Broadway show.

Carrera profesional

Theatre. Brown made her acting debut in the national tour of the hit Broadway musical Rent, where she was cast as Mimi. She has appeared on Broadway in Hair, being cast in various roles; Leap of Faith, as Ornella Sturdevant; and Big Fish, as Josephine Bloom. Brown's theatrical productions outside of Broadway include the regional productions of Little Shop of Horrors, High School Musical and Calvin Berger. She also appeared in the Off-Broadway show Falling for Eve. In 2014, she played Diana Ross in the Broadway production of Motown: The Musical. On December 10th 2019, she joined the cast of the Broadway blockbuster Hamilton as Eliza Hamilton Television. In 2011, Brown made an appearance in the television series Castle, as a character named Sasha, in the episode titled "Pretty Dead". In 2016, Brown joined the cast of Hulu's Original TV series Deadbeat for the episode "AbraCadaver". She also guest-starred in a season 17 episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. In 2018, Brown was the voice of Netossa in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. In 2019, Brown guest starred in the Sydney to the Max episode "How the Syd Stole Christmas" portraying Sydney Reynolds' late mother Dr. Alisha Reynolds in a flashback to four years ago.

Películas y Series de TV

2020.

2 Películas

2019.

1 Película · 1 Serie de TV

2017.

1 Película

2009.

1 Serie de TV

Unknown Year.

1 Película
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