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Kimberly Jean Brown Wiki/Biography
Kimberly Jean Brown was born on the 16th November 1984, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA, and is an actress, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Marnie Piper in the film series “Halloweentown”, playing Marah Lewis in the TV series “Guiding Light” (1998-2006), and as Sarah Sanderson in the film “Bringing Down The House” (2003).
So, have you ever wondered how rich Kimberly J. Brown is, as of mid-2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the size of Kimberly’s net worth is over $2 million, accumulated through her successful acting career, which has been active since 1990.
Kimberly J. Brown Net Worth $2 Million
Kimberly J. Brown spent her childhood in her hometown with three brothers; other information about her parents and education is unknown to the media.
When she was only five years old, Kimberly’s career began as she starred in a number of advertising commercials for the Ford Agency. Subsequently, she began to appear in Broadway shows, and by the age of nine, she was cast in three shows, becoming the first child in history to achieve that. She appeared in “Four Baboons Adoring The Sun”, “Les Miserables” and “Show Boat”, which marked the beginning of an increase of her net worth.
In 1990, Kimberly made her debut appearance on the big screen, playing Amanda Delaney in an episode of the TV series “The Baby-Sitters Club”. Four years later, she landed a role in the film entitled “Princess Caraboo”, after which she provided the voice to Miyu Yamano in the English version of the Japanese horror manga series “Vampire Princess Miyu” (1997), and in the same year, she appeared in the role of Dora in the TV film “Ellen Foster”, directed by John Erman.
1998 was her breakthrough year, starring in the role of Marnie Piper in the film “Halloweentown”, directed by Duwayne Dunham, playing Helena in the TV series “Unhappily Ever After”, and guest-starring in another TV series entitled “Two Of A Kind”. Beside that, she provided her voice in the 1998 animated film “A Bug’s Life”, and by the end of the decade, Kimberly was cast as Ava Walker in the film “Tumbleweeds” (1999), and portrayed Jamie Grover in the 2000 film “Quints”. All of these roles added a considerable amount to her net worth.
The new millennium didn’t change too much for Kimberly, as she did a voice-over in the film “The Little Polar Bear” (2001), and later that year reprised the role of Marnie Piper in “Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge”. She also starred in other TV series and film titles, including the role of Annie Wheaton in the TV series “Rose Red” (2002), playing Sarah Sanderson in the 2003 film “Bringing Down The House”, and guest-starring in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (2003). In 2004, she reprised for the secondtime the role of Marnie Piper in “Halloweentown High”, which increased her net worth by a large margin.
To speak further about her acting career, Kimberly was cast in the 2005 film “Big Bad Wolf”, and in the film entitled “Friendship!” in 2010. Most recently, she appeared as Shana Taylor in the TV series “Low Winter Sun” (2013), which certainly increased her net worth.
Speaking about Kimberly’s personal life, there is no information about it in the media, although she is very active on her official Twitter and Instagram accounts.
|Full Name||Kimberly J. Brown|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 16, 1984|
|Place Of Birth||Gaithersburg, Maryland, U.S.|
|Profession||Actress, Miscellaneous Crew|
|Siblings||Roman Brown, Dylan Brown, Richard Brown II|
|Awards||Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance|
|Nominations||Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series|
|Movies||Halloweentown, Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge, Bringing Down the House, Quints, Rose Red Since, Big Bad Wolf, Be Cool, Halloweentown High, Tumbleweeds, A Bug's Life, Friendship!, My Sister's Keeper, Ellen Foster|
|TV Shows||Rose Red, Rose Red|
|1||Has three brothers, Richard II, Roman, & Dylan|
|2||Set a record at age nine as the youngest actress to appear in three Broadway shows: "Four Baboons Adoring the Sun", "Les Miserables" and "Showboat".|
|Low Winter Sun||2013||TV Series||Shana Taylor|
|Guiding Light||1998-2006||TV Series||Marah Lewis #4|
|Big Bad Wolf||2006||Sam Marche|
|Halloweentown High||2004||TV Movie||Marnie Piper|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2003||TV Series||Jessica Morse / Margory Maddox|
|Bringing Down the House||2003||Sarah Sanderson|
|Rose Red||2002||TV Mini-Series||Annie Wheaton|
|My Sister's Keeper||2002||TV Movie||Young Christine Chapman|
|Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge||2001||TV Movie||Marnie Piper|
|The Little Polar Bear||2001||Lona (English version, voice)|
|Quints||2000||TV Movie||Jamie Grover|
|Touched by an Angel||1999||TV Series||Amy Lumpkin|
|Two of a Kind||1998-1999||TV Series||Nicole|
|A Bug's Life||1998||voice|
|Halloweentown||1998||TV Movie||Marnie Piper|
|Unhappily Ever After||1998||TV Series||Helena / Girl #1|
|Ellen Foster||1997||TV Movie||Dora|
|Vampire Princess Miyu||1997||TV Series||Miyu Yamano|
|Christmas in Cartoontown||1996||Video voice, as Kimberly Brown|
|The Baby-Sitters Club||1990||TV Series||Amanda Delaney|
|The Good Son||1993||additional voice - uncredited|
|The Blue Diner||2001||additional thanks - as Kimberly Brown|
|Hell's Kitchen||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|The 2003 IFP Independent Spirit Awards||2003||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|The 8th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself - Winner|
|2000||Independent Spirit Award||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Debut Performance||Tumbleweeds (1999)|
|2000||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actress||Tumbleweeds (1999)|
|1999||Golden Apple||Golden Apple Awards||Youth Female Discovery of the Year|
|1998||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a Daytime Drama - Young Performer||The Guiding Light (1952)|
|1997||YoungStar Award||YoungStar Awards||Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Daytime TV Program||The Guiding Light (1952)|
|2003||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Movie, Mini-Series or Special - Leading Young Actress||My Sister's Keeper (2002)|
|2002||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Movie or Special - Leading Young Actress||Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge (2001)|
|2001||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) - Leading Young Actress||Quints (2000)|
|2000||OFTA Film Award||Online Film & Television Association||Best Youth Performance||Tumbleweeds (1999)|
|2000||YoungStar Award||YoungStar Awards||Best Young Actress/Performance in a Motion Picture Drama||Tumbleweeds (1999)|
|1999||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Mini-Series or Series - Leading Young Actress||Halloweentown (1998)|
|1999||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a Day Time Serial - Young Performer||The Guiding Light (1952)|
|1998||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Mini-Series - Supporting Young Actress||Ellen Foster (1997)|
|1997||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a Daytime Drama - Young Actress||The Guiding Light (1952)|
|1996||Daytime Emmy||Daytime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series||The Guiding Light (1952)|