How much is Orlando Brown worth? $20 thousand
How did Orlando Brown earn his money and wealth?
Orlando Brown was born on 4th December 1987, in Los Angeles, California, USA. Later he moved to Perris, California along with his grandmother. Brown started acting early, in his childhood. In 1995, he acted in television film Family Values. The same year, he acted in black comedy film Major Payne as Tiger. The film was directed by Nick Castle. He has also acted in an American sitcom on ABC, Coach. In 1996, he appeared in an episode of In The House on NBC. Later in the year, he appeared in another sitcom, The Parent Hood aired on The WB. He also acted in the episodes of Waynehead, an animated series by Damon Wayans and in the episodes of Moesha, a sitcom series on UPN.
Brown appeared in ABC’s sitcom series Family Matters from 1996 to 1998. He acted as 3J in 21 episodes of the show. In 1997, he appeared in television sitcom Malcolm & Eddie, and he also appeared in the episodes of Sister, Sister, The Pretender, and The Wayans Bros. In 1998, he acted in the film Senseless at the Gate as Brandler Witter. He also acted in ABC’s sitcom Two of a Kind in the year. In the year he appeared in the television sitcom The Jamie Foxx Show on The WB as Nelson. The following year, he acted in television series Malcolm and Eddie, Friends, and Goes and Safe Harbor.
In 2000, Brown appeared in films such as Inhuman Worker, Perfect Game and voiced in the animated film The Tangerine Bear. The following year he appeared in the film Max Keeble’s Big Move (2001), a comedy film by Tim Hill. He also appeared in the episode of television series Lizzie McGuire. Also in the year, he gave his voice to the character Sticky Web in animated sitcom The Proud Family on Discovery Channel. In 2002, he gave voice to the lead character in the animated television series Fillmore! on ABC. The following year he co-starred in the television film Maniac Magee (2003), made for Nickelodeon network. Also in the year, he co-starred in the film Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-off (2003), alongside Reiley McClendon, Taylor Ball, Rose McIver and Mark L. Taylor.
The same year he was cast in the supernatural sitcom on Disney Channel, That’s So Raven. The series began in 2003 and continued till 2007. He continued acting in films like Suits on the Loose (2005), Christmas in Compton (2012), We the Party (2012), American Bad Boy (2015), Bloody Hands (2016) and voiced in the film The Proud Family Movie in 2005.
He also appeared in many television series such as Start Up, Get Down and Get Lost (2004), One on One (2004), Phil of the Future (2005), The End (2011), and in reality competition television series Hell’s Kitchen (2011). Brown also released an album Trade It All in 2006 and a single “F**k My Fame” on Radio in 2016.
What are the highest grossing movies of Orlando Brown?
- Major Payne (1995): $30.1 million
- Max Keeble’s Big Move (2001): $18.6 million