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      Karamo Brown

      Karamo Brown

      Highest Rated: 100% The Thing About Harry (2020)

      Lowest Rated: 100% The Thing About Harry (2020)

      Birthday: Nov 2, 1980

      Birthplace: Houston, Texas, USA

      Karamo Brown was born on November 2, 1980 in Houston, Texas. Brown grew up in Florida, and attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, from which he graduated in 1999. After the mass shooting that occurred at the school in February 2018, he became a vocal advocate for gun safety laws. Brown attended Florida A&M University, and began his television career as a contestant on "The Real World: Philadelphia" (MTV, 2004-05). He was the first out gay black man on reality television, and he followed up his time on the show with the crossover/spin-off series "Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno II" (MTV, 2005). After his brief time as a reality TV star, Brown was a social worker for about a decade. During this time, Brown discovered he was the father of a ten year old son. Although he had come out as gay at age 16, Brown had had a relationship with his last girlfriend at age 15. She had become pregnant without his knowledge, and had moved and severed the relationship without telling him about the child. In 2007, he learned of his son Jason and received custody of him. In 2010, he also adopted Jason's half-brother, Chris, in order to keep the brothers together. Brown returned to show business with a recurring role on the web series "Where the Bears Are" (2012- ) in 2013, then served as a host/panelist/correspondent on "Dr. Drew on Call" (2011-16) from 2014 through 2016. He hosted and produced for The Huffington Post's "HuffPost Live" internet streaming network in 2015, hosted a series of episodes for "Access Hollywood Live" in 2016, was featured in a group of former reality TV stars in the series "The Next :15" (TV One, 2016), and hosted the reality series "Are You the One: Second Chances" (MTV, 2017). Brown received mass media and viral attention as part of the cast of the "Queer Eye" reboot (Netflix, 2018), a reality series that sees five gay men make over a straight man. Each has a particular specialty, including food, fashion, design, grooming, and Brown's expertise, culture. The show received widespread praise and popularity, with much of the show's fans pointing out the heartwarming messages the series imparts. Brown became engaged to his partner of eight years, director Ian Jordan, in 2018. Brown also had a history of activism, cofounding 6in10.org to combat HIV stigmas and educate the black LGBT community, volunteering as a youth counselor at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, and petitioning legislators with the Creative Coalition for increased funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.

      Highest rated movies

      The Thing About Harry

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      Karamo Brown Karamo Brown Karamo Brown at arrivals for US Premiere, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, NY March 19, 2019. Photo By: MJP/Everett Collection Karamo Brown at arrivals for Netflix''s FYSee Event for QUEER EYE, Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles, CA May 31, 2018. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Karamo Brown at arrivals for Netflix''s FYSee Event for QUEER EYE, Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles, CA May 31, 2018. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Karamo Brown at arrivals for GRINGO Premiere, L.A. Live Regal Cinemas, Los Angeles, CA March 6, 2018. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Karamo Brown at arrivals for QUEER EYE Season 1 Premiere, Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood, CA February 7, 2018. Photo By: Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet A Big Gay Hairy Hit! Where the Bears Are: The Documentary Self - 2023
      100% 85% The Thing About Harry Paul (Character) - 2020
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Visible: The LGBTQ Caribbean Diaspora Self - 2018

      TV

      Credit
      No Score Yet 62% The Kelly Clarkson Show Guest 2022-2024
      93% 83% Queer Eye Self 2018-2021 2023-2024
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Guest 2018-2021 2023
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Rachael Ray Guest 2019 2021-2022
      No Score Yet 44% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2019-2022
      67% 28% Is It Cake? Judge 2022
      No Score Yet 10% The View Guest 2018 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Nick Cannon Guest 2021
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Celebrity Wheel of Fortune Guest 2021
      82% 15% A Little Late With Lilly Singh Guest 2021
      No Score Yet 26% Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Guest 2021
      No Score Yet 50% Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Guest 2021
      No Score Yet 31% The Drew Barrymore Show Guest 2020-2021
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Wendy Williams Show Guest 2019-2021
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show Guest 2020
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Bookmarks Guest 2020
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Talk Guest 2020
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Dancing With the Stars Contestant 2019
      100% 86% Queer Eye: We're in Japan! Self 2019
      94% 73% Big Mouth Himself (Guest Voice) 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The $100,000 Pyramid Guest 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Celebrity Family Feud Guest 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry Guest 2019
      No Score Yet 48% The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Guest 2019
      No Score Yet 36% Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2019
      No Score Yet 29% The Daily Show With Trevor Noah Guest 2019
      75% No Score Yet The Opposition With Jordan Klepper Guest 2018
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Are You the One: Second Chances Host 2017
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Tia Mowry at Home Self 2015