Charnele Brown Biography

Charnele Brown is a renowned American entertainer, maker, style fashioner, and vocalist. Brown is maybe most popular for her job as Kimberly Reese on NBC parody sitcom A Different World from 1988 until 1993.

Charnele Brown Age

Brown was brought into the world on 30 October 1960, East Hampton, New York, United States.

Charnele Brown Net Worth

Charnele has expected total assets of $4million US Dollars.

Charnele Brown Height and Weight

Earthy colored stands at a tallness of 5 feet tall and has a normal body weight

Charnele Brown Family

Brown was brought into the world to Reverend Agnes Dozier(mother) and Louis Dozier(father) who she has transparently adulated for bringing her the most ideal way saying that her folks and the more distant family were the best grown-ups in her childhood.

Charnele Brown Husband

Brown is hitched to Eric Brown. The couple wedded in 1987 and they are still attached. The couple met one another while they were all the while following up on the Different World cast and began dating. They tied the bunches in the year 1987 at East Hampton, New York. Charnele and Eric don’t share any kids yet.

Charnele Living Single

After A Different World finished, Brown visitor featured on the sitcom cast Living Single. Living Single is an American TV sitcom that circulated for five seasons on the Fox network from August 22, 1993, to January 1, 1998.

The show focused on the existence of six companions who share individual and expert encounters while living in a Brooklyn brownstone. All through its run, Living Single became one of the most famous African-American sitcoms of its time, positioning among the main five in African-American evaluations in each of the five seasons.

The series was created by Yvette Lee Bowser’s organization, Sister Lee, in relationship with Warner Bros. TV. As opposed to the prevalence of NBC’s “Should See TV”— first on Sunday evenings and afterward on Thursday evenings during the 1990s—numerous African-American and Latino watchers rushed to Fox.

For the 1993–94 season, Living Single circulated on Sunday evenings among Martin and Married… with Children, and afterward on Thursday evenings from 1994 to 1998. The first title for the show was “My Girls”.

Charnele Brown Movies

1. How U Like Me Now? 1992

2. Drop Squad 1994

3. City Girls

4. Knowing the past

5. Broken Heroes

6. Rings

7. Bathsheba

8. BKS, Best Kept Secret

9. The Kelley Williams-Bolar Story

10. Soul Train Comedy Awards

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