Portrait Yvette Nicole Brown

Yvette Nicole Brown




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Yvette Nicole Brown is an actress and host best known for her series-regular and/or recurring roles on the television comedies Community, The Mayor, The Odd Couple, Drake And Josh, among many others. On the drama side Yvette starred in the critically acclaimed and NAACP Image Award winning six-hour BET miniseries The New Edition Story and appeared on Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. for USA.

She has served as host and moderator for The Walking Dead’s season six premiere at Madison Square Garden and moderated panels for 8 000 fans in the famed Hall H at San Diego Comic Con.

She has an extensive voiceover career and is also an extraordinarily talented singer. In her teens she was signed to Motown Records and was featured on the Motown album “The East Coast Family Vol.1,” which included the Top 20 single, “1-4-All-4-1.”

Above this, Yvette has a burgeoning film career. In addition to past appearances in films such as Dreamgirls and Tropic Thunder she completed the indie, Love & Oatmeal and the debuted as “Aunt Sarah” in the Disney+ live action remake of Lady And The Tramp. Lastly, she is an NAACP Image Award Nominated writer for the 2019 Romantic Comedy she penned, “Always A Bridesmaid“ which is currently streaming on Netflix.