Billy Brown was born on October 30, 1970, in Inglewood, California, The United Stated. He is 46 years old. He is an American actor by profession who majorly works for Hollywood Films and Television Series. His started his acting career in the year 1993.
He has also worked in the T.V. series named “How To Get Away With Murder,” a drama series directed by
released on September 25, 2014. In this, he played the role of Detective Nate Lahey. He his quite poplar for the roles that he played in the T.V. Series like “
” released in the year 2011, “
” released in the year 2006, “Sons of Anarchy” released in the year 2008, “” released in the year 2013. He belongs to an Afro-American descent. He was born and bought up in California in a middle-class family. He has siblings too, but there is no information available about them. Although his nationality is American, he also has US Citizenship.
He debuted in the year 1993 by the movie named “Geronimo: An American Legend” and after the success of this film, he was able to grab a pivotal role, the same year, in the movie “Dream Rider.” In the year 1997, he played a great role in the world famous Science Fiction Adventure Movie named “The Lost World: Jurassic Park ” which was well appreciated by the critics and it broke all the records of the time. It was liked so much liked by the audience that its sequels were also made. In the same year, he was allotted a role in the comedy film named “The Beautician And The Beast.” The role of “Staff Sgt.” That he played quite perfectly was featured in “Cloverfield” which was a monster horror, and his appearance was appreciated by all. Than in 2009, he starred in the movie named “Race to Witch Mountain” as Carson which was a Science Fiction Thriller.
He is unmarried and is eager to have a wife and a family, perhaps, his personal life is in utter darkness, he is not very much open about telling his current relationship status and discussing his personal life. He has also given his voice for the video games like “Jet Set Radio” in the year 2000 (DJ Professor k), “Jet Set Radio Future” in the year 2002 (DJ Professor K), and “Hot Shots Golf Fore!” in the year 2004 (T-Bone). He was also nominated for the role of Dr. Mike that he played in the T.V. series “Dexter” for the award of “Screen Actors Guild.”