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Johnny Brown Biography

Johnny Brown is an American singer and actor. He is mostly known for his role as Nathan Bookman in Good Times. He has also appeared on the series Laugh-in. Besides his acting career, John is a stage performer and a stand-up comedian.

Johnny Brown Age

Brown was born on the 11th of June 1937. He is 81 years old as of 2018.

Johnny Brown Family

Johnny was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. He went to the same school as Walter Dean Myers when they were still young boys. This was because the school was near to their home in Harlem.

Johnny Brown Wife

Brown is married to June Russell. The couple has kept their personal life very private. They have not shared the information as to when they got engaged, where the wedding took place and similar information. The information will be however updated as soon as it is available.

Johnny Brown Daughter

Brown and June have three children together. He is the proud dad of actress Sharon Brown, who was born in 1962, and John Brown Jr. The other child’s name is not known.

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Johnny Brown Mainland

Brown has been popular due to the character he played as a building superintendent, Nathan Bookman on the CBS sitcom, Good Times. The film is a direct spin-off of Maude. It is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from February 8, 1974, to August 1, 1979. The television series was created by Eric Monte and Mike Evans. The development and continuity were done by Norman Lear. Lear also served as the series’ primary executive producer. When the series premiered in the year1974 it became the first African American two-parent family single camera television series.

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In 1997, Brown was involved in the contribution of his voice to the introduction of the album Comedy Stew: The Best of Redd Foxx which was being compiled that year. In the introductory part, he tells of how Norman Lear had considered Brown to play the role of Lamont in Sanford and Son. He continues by saying that he could not make it because of his prior commitment to Laugh-In. This lead to the role being given to Demond Wilson instead.

Johnny Brown Song

Brow recorded his debut single with Columbia Records, “Walkin’, Talkin’, Kissin’ Doll” b/w “Sundown”. He was only about 24 at the time. The promotional release was accompanied by a special feature that explained his background in detail. His next song “You’re Too Much In Love With Yourself” was recorded in 1968 with Atlantic Records. He also did b/w “Don’t Dilly Dally, Dolly”, which showed off his impressive skills as Louis Armstrong. That song was previously available on Crest Records.

Johnny Brown Obituary

Johnny Brown the actor is not dead. He is alive, healthy and well.

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