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J. Anthony Brown Wiki Biography
James Anthony Brown was born in Columbia, South Carolina, USA. He is a comedian and actor, probably best known for his appearances in a number of films and TV series, including “Drumline” (2002), “Like Family” (2003-2004), “Think Like a Man” (2012), “The Rickey Smiley Show” (2013-2014), etc. He is also known as a fashion designer, as he has his own clothing line. His career has been active since the late 1990s.
Have you ever wondered how rich J. Anthony Brown , as of 2017? It has been estimated from sources that the overall size of Brown’s net worth is $3 million, which has been accumulated during his successful career in the entertainment industry. Another source of his wealth is coming from his own line of clothing.
J. Anthony Brown Net Worth $3 Million
Before he became a comedian, J. Anthony Brown wanted to become a clothing designer, however, he signed up for a comedians show in the local bar in Atlanta “Mr. V`s Figure Eight”, and in no time began to perform regularly at the aforementioned bar, and for the next two years.
Before the end of the 1980s, he moved to Los Angeles in order to pursue a career in television, and soon after found a job as a writer for the “The Arsenio Hall Show”, which increased his net worth by a large degree. In the next five years, it became the main source of his net worth, until he started writing for such TV series as “Me And The Boys”, and “Parenthood”, among others.
When it comes to his career as a comedian, Brown has performed in such shows as “Def Comedy Jam”, “An Evening at the Improv”, “Oprah Winfrey Show”, and “It’s Showtime at the Apollo”, which collectively increased his net worth by a large margin.
To speak further of his accomplishments, Brown has also proved himself as an actor, starting with his role in the TV series “Me And The Boys” (1994-1995), and in 1997 he made his film debut in “How To Be A Player”. Before the end of the 1990s, Brown, made appearances in such TV series as “Living Single” (1995-1997), “Moesha” (1997-1998), and “The Hughleys” (1999), among others.
With the 2000s, his career reached a whole new level, securing roles in such productions as “Drumline” (2002), “Like Family” (2003-2004), “Mr 3000” (2004), all of which increased his net worth. In 2005, he appeared in the film “XXX: State OF The Union”, alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Willem Dafoe, among others, and four years later, he featured in the film “Madea Goes to Jail”.
Furthermore, Brown appeared in “Think Like a Man” (2012), and “The Rickey Smiley Show” (2013-2014) and most recently, he appeared in the film “Not Another Black Movie” (2016), all of which increased his net worth.
Thanks to his successful career, Brown received several prestigious awards, including the Peabody Award and NCAAP Award.
Apart from his successful career in the entertainment industry, Brown is also a businessman, as he is the owner of several clothing stores, including The J. Spot Clothing Store, The J. Anthony Brown Comedy Store, the J. Anthony Brown Collection, which are based in Los Angeles and represent yet another source of his wealth.
Regarding his personal life, little is known about J. Anthony Brown in the media. As both of his parents passed away from diabetes, Brown established the J. Anthony Brown Foundation, which helps people diagnosed with the desease.
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Place Of Birth||Columbia, South Carolina|
|Profession||Comedian, actor, radio personality, writer|
|Awards||Peabody Award, NAACP Image Award (1993)|
|Movies||“Drumline” (2002), “Like Family” (2003-2004), “Mr 3000” (2004), “XXX: State OF The Union”, “Madea Goes to Jail”, “Not Another Black Movie” (2016)|
|TV Shows||The Arsenio Hall Show, The Steve Harvey Morning Show, The Parenthood, Think Like a Man (2012), The Rickey Smiley Show (2013-2014), Me and the Boys, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, Tom Joyner Morning Show, (2016), Def Comedy Jam, It's Showtime at the Apollo, An Evening at the Improv, The Oprah Winfrey Show|
|1||Is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.|
|2||His signature catch phrase is "Watch out deh now!".|
|Streetball: Game Over||announced||Bob Chatham|
|The Rickey Smiley Show||2013-2014||TV Series||Maurice|
|C'mon Man||2012||Dirty Red|
|Think Like a Man||2012||Mr. Johnson|
|House of Payne||2010||TV Series||Big Jessie|
|Something Like a Business||2010||Judge Trey Duece|
|Madea Goes to Jail||2009||J. Anthony Brown|
|Eve||2005||TV Series||J. Anthony Brown|
|xXx: State of the Union||2005||Webster|
|Mr 3000||2004||First Base Umpire|
|Like Family||2003-2004||TV Series||Ed 'Pop' Ward|
|The Parkers||2001||TV Series||Uncle Jayzel 'Jay' Washington / Repairman|
|Pay the Price||2000||Dad|
|The Hughleys||1999||TV Series||Clyde|
|The Parent 'Hood||1995-1997||TV Series||Jay / Uncle Jay|
|How to Be a Player||1997||Uncle Snook|
|Living Single||1996-1997||TV Series||Tiberius 'Tibby' Jones|
|Me and the Boys||1994-1995||TV Series||Jay / Junior Lavelle|
|Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge||2004-2005||TV Series writer - 20 episodes|
|The Parent 'Hood||TV Series 1 episode, 1996 writer - 4 episodes, 1995 - 1996|
|Me and the Boys||TV Series teleplay - 1 episode, 1995 written by - 1 episode, 1994|
|The Arsenio Hall Show||1993-1994||TV Series writer - 22 episodes|
|Comic Justice||1993||TV Series 1993|
|Sinbad and Friends: All the Way Live... Almost!||1991||TV Special documentary|
|The Parent 'Hood||TV Series story editor - 19 episodes, 1995 - 1996 executive story editor - 8 episodes, 1995 - 1996|
|Me and the Boys||1994-1995||TV Series story editor - 18 episodes|
|It's All Happening||2017||TV Series executive producer post-production|
|Gospel Good, Gospel Bad, Gospel Ugly||2012||executive producer|
|Love in the Nick of Tyme||2009||Video thanks|
|One on One with Jasper Cole||2015||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Unsung Hollywood||2015||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Steve Harvey||2015||TV Series||Himself - Comedian|
|If These Walls Could Talk: The Story of the Punchline||2013||Documentary|
|Phunny Business: A Black Comedy||2011||Documentary||Himself|
|Way Black When: Primetime||2011||TV Series||Himself - Performer|
|I Am Comic||2010||Documentary||Himself|
|dLife||2008||TV Series||Himself - Host|
|The Tom Joyner Show||2005||TV Series||Himself (2005-????)|
|The Tom Joyner Sky Show||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Dennis Miller||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|Essence Awards||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Latham Entertainment Presents||2003||Video||Himself|
|BET's Comicview||2003||TV Series||Himself - Host|
|Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge||2003||TV Series||Himself (2004)|
|3rd Annual BET Awards||2003||TV Special documentary||Himself|
|The Test||2001||TV Series||Himself - Panelist|
|Comic Justice||1993||TV Series||Himself - Comedian (1993)|
|Def Comedy Jam||1992||TV Series||Himself - Comedian (1993)|
|The Big Laff Off||1978||TV Series||Himself|
|2004||BET Comedy Award||BET Comedy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series||Like Family (2003)|