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Height 6' 5" (1.96 m)

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Stand-up Comedian / American Actor 30 Rock (2006)- Kevin Brown- twitter@dotcom30rock Birth Date: April 4th Place of Birth: Bronx, New York

Birth Name: Kevin Brown Nicknames: Kevin Brown aka Dot Com/Uptown Kevin Brown/ Kevin 'Dot Com' Brown /30 Rock's Dot Com / Dot Com Height: 6' 5" Mini Biography Kevin is the father of Vania Brown, a senior in high school and a budding writer/journalist. He is the middle child of Bishop and Annie Pecola Brown and he has an older brother Andre (Dre') and younger sister LaShawn. Both siblings play significant roles in his organization (Mgmt.). Kevin and his brother Dre created and produced "The Uptown Comedy Club" TV show that broadcasted on FOX 5 network for four seasons (1992-1995). "The Uptown Comedy Club" was located in the heart of Harlem on 125th St and experienced National success in the 80's and 90's. He managed, taught and worked with some of today's most successful comedians, i.e. JB Smoove of "Curb Your Enthusiasm", Flex Alexander of UPN's One on One, Tracy Morgan of NBC's 30 Rock and Chris Tucker of the " Rush Hour" franchise, to name a few. Kevin attended the T. Schreiber Studio for acting and comedy after his successful run with the Uptown Comedy Club. In the Urban community aka's and nicknames are common. Kevin referred to himself as "Big Kev" to distinguish his brand. Kevin later added "Dot Com" to his "Big Kev" moniker to differentiate himself from others who use the same title. At the "30 Rock" audition, upon entering the room, Tracy Morgan recognized his homie Kevin Brown whom he had not seen for eight years. Tracy introduced Kevin to Tina as "Big Kev Dot Com" hence the moniker for the character. Kevin Brown plays "Dot Com," a Bodyguard/ Best Friend & right hand man in the famous entourage to the eccentric Tracy Jordan portrayed by Actor/Comedian Tracy Morgan. The series takes place behind the scenes of a fictional live sketch comedy series depicted on NBC starring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan. "30 Rock" referred to the address of the GE Building (30 Rockefeller Plaza) where NBC Studios is located until the recent name change. Personal Quotes My key to personal growth is..... never ever, ever, put all of your eggs in one basket because there are grimy little people in this world whose only job is to knock over your basket. My mantra is never be afraid of "hard work"! The difference between "Winners" and "Losers" is, losers blame others for their failures and winners blame themselves. If you want to be a success you have to be accountable! Television Awards Kevin was the recipient of the 15th annual "SCREEN ACTORS GUILD" (SAG) award, for his portrayal of "Dot Com" in N.B.C.'s "30 ROCK". Emmy Awards Nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series - 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 Won for Outstanding Comedy Series 2009, 2008 and 2007 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

  • 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 Won for Outstanding Performance by an


Ensemble in A Comedy Series 2009 Golden Globes Nominated for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 Won for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy2009 NAACP Image Awards Nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 Performance History 2012 Headlined cross country comedy tour Cast member as "Dot Com""30 Rock" - Seasons one through six 2006-present

2010-2011 Debut of 30 Rock syndication-cable and network television channels (September 2011) Executive produced and cast as Magnum in Off-Broadway stage play titled "Box," written by Fred Shahadi(September 15h- October 6 2011) Cast as Fake Dikembe Mutombo in web series titled "Fake Henrik Zetterberg" Cast in the movie "Sex and the City 2" Launched campaign to run for President and garnered support at New York Comic Con 2011 Lead performer in martial art epic DVD titled "Empty Hands"

2008-2009 NBC released web series "Livin'XL with Grizz and Dot Com" sponsored by FLIP Video on NBC's 30 Rock Cast as Jamal Parker in the web series "The Stay-At-Home Dad" Cast as U.S. Marshall Henderson in movie "Did You Hear About the Morgans?" Cast as Lance in TV episode of "Royal Pains" on USA cable channel Cast as inmate in MTV's "Human Giant" 2004-2007 Appeared in movie "The Departed" starring Leonardo Dicaprio Cast in the movie " Delirious" starring Steve Buscemi Cast in the movie "Get Rich or Die Tryin" starring 50 Cents Cast in the movie"Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen" (2004)starring Lindsay Lohan Recent "Live Comedy" Performances (Standup) Funny Bone Dayton, OH Laffs Tuscon, AZ Crackers Broad Ripple, IN Laughing Skull Atlanta, GA Laughter Lounge Warehouse, NJ Funny Farm Youngstown, OH The Improv Tempe, AZ New York Comedy Boca Raton, FL Treehouse Comedy Club Danbury, CT Gotham Comedy Club New York City, NY

As a Stand-up Comedian, Kevin was featured on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien, MTV's "Human Giant, NBC's "Last Comic Standing and BET's Comic View", etc. May of 2010 Kevin opened for Tracy Morgan at Caroline's Comedy Club in Times Square and later that year headlined at Caroline's. Kevin frequents the stage at "Ha Comedy Club Times Square. He hosted the Legendary vocalist Reverend Al Green at "B.B. King Blues Club and Grill New York Times Square". Trivia Impersonations: Tracy Morgan; Terry Crews (Old Spice Black guy) Certified Black Belt in the martial arts, highly skilled in the Judo & Wolfox Karate disciplines. Student of Bikram Yoga (Hot Yoga) What's on the horizon for Kevin "Dot Com" Brown? Launched campaign for President last year. Kevin decided to support President Obama for re-election and he will throw his hat in the presidential ring 2016.

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