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W. Earl Brown Biography

W Earl Brown is an American actor, writer, producer, and musician. Earl is perhaps best known for his role as Dan Dority on the HBO series Deadwood.

He also played Kenny in the 1996 film Scream and Warren in the 1998 film There’s Something About Mary. Most recently, he voiced and filmed performance capture for the character Bill in Naughty Dog’s 2013 survival horror action video game The Last of Us. Earl also appeared in the series American Crime and Preacher, and in the Johnny Depp true-crime film Black Mass (2015).

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Earl was born on 7th September 1963 in Murray, Kentucky, United States. He is aged 55 years as of 2018.

W. Earl Brown Net Worth

The American actor has a net worth of 3 million US dollars.

W. Earl Brown Early Life, Education and Career

He received his bachelor’s degree from Murray State University before moving to Chicago where he received his MFA from DePaul University Theatre School in 1989. Upon performing in numerous plays, including his breakout performance in Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s outreach staging of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge, Brown began work in television and film.

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W. Earl Brown appeared in such Chicago productions as Backdraft, The Babe, Excessive Force, Rookie of the Year and others. Brown moved to Los Angeles in 1993. Earl auditioned for, and was cast in Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. He also has a minor role in Craven’s Vampire in Brooklyn, and a bigger one as Gail’s cameraman in Craven’s Scream. Two years later, Brown played the role of Warren in the comedy film There’s Something About Mary.

Past films credits include Being John Malkovich, Vanilla Sky, Dancing at the Blue Iguana, The Alamo, and The Big White. Brown in 2009 wrote and produced the Samuel Goldwyn Co./Sony release Bloodworth. His more recent film credits are the Oscar-nominated films The Master and The Sessions and 2013’s The Lone Ranger and Brother’s Keeper, and 2014’s Wild.

Brown on television is best known for his portrayal of Dan Dority in Deadwood. Over the years, his numerous guest star roles on television include: Bates Motel, Rectify, Luck, American Horror Story, Justified, Six Feet Under, NYPD Blue, X-Files, The Mentalist, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Ellen, Seinfeld, True Detective and others. Among the many TV movies he has been involved with was the starring role in VH1’s Meatloaf: To Hell and Back.

To add to his television and film work, Brown performed the motion capture and voice-over work for Naughty Dog’s acclaimed video game, The Last of Us. He also writes and records with the Los Angeles band Sacred Cowboys, who performed around the Southwest U.S. steadily from 2005 to 2009, including having been on the bill for Stagecoach 2009, Southern California’s premiere country music festival.

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I saw @MidsommarMovie this afternoon… You can’t tell it from this screen capture, but I can think of only a few films that have so creeped me out. It’s truly psychologically disturbing, especially in today’s political environment. I’ve always wanted to visit Sweden, but now… @bgelotte did Texas Chainsaw Massacre give you second thoughts about visiting America the first time?

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