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Kimberly J. Brown

Kimberly J. Brown
Kimberly Jean Brown is an Emmy-nominated American actress of stage, television, and screen. She is best known for starring in the first three ''Halloweentown'' movies, produced for the Disney Channel Original Movies, and ''Tumbleweeds''.

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1984-11-16
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Kimberly Jean Brown
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Scorpio
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Gaithersburg Maryland
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United States
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White
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5'6"
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Actress
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Singing Reading Guitar Piano Drawing!
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Kimberly Jean Brown is an Emmy-nominated American actress of stage, television, and screen. She is best known for starring in the first three Halloweentown movies, produced for the Disney Channel Original Movies, and Tumbleweeds. She also appeared in the miniseries Stephen King's Rose Red wherein she played the autistic girl Annie, who was also one of the most powerful psychics in the world. Other roles include Quints.

Brown began her career at a very early age, starting with commercials booked through the Ford Agency at age five. From there, she landed her first Broadway role two years later, and at one point set a record by having appeared in three Broadway shows by the time she was nine (Four Baboons Adoring the Sun, Les Misérables, and Show Boat). She also did voiceover work, including the famous line "Silly rabbit...Trix are for kids!", as well as voicework in Pixar's A Bug's Life and in. She also performed the role of Marah Lewis on the soap opera Guiding Light from 1993-1998 (she returned briefly to this role in November and December of 2006).

She played Steve Martin's daughter in Bringing Down the House and had a small role in Be Cool.

Guest television work includes Touched by an Angel and Law and Order: Special Victim's Unit as well as Two of a Kind.

Her most recent movie was the low-budget horror film Big Bad Wolf. It was a major departure for Brown, previously known for family-friendly work, taking on a decidedly adult role.

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