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Blake Brown
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Born Blake Joseph Brown
March 5, 1993 (1993-03-05) (age 25)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation Actor
Years active 1998 - Present
Known for Danny Gorden in Jane Hoop Elementary and Heroes Forever franchise
Spouse(s) Lauren Gibbs (m. 2012; sep. 2018)
Website
http://www.blakebrown.com

Blake Joseph Brown (born March 5, 1993) is an American actor best known from the the Jane Hoop Elementary film series as the leading role Danny Gorden, the series main character. His films for his entire career grossed more than $8 billion worldwide at the box office, making Brown as one of the highest-grossing actors of all-time. He is also known starring into other films such as Kicking and Screaming, as well as TV show Will & Grace and spun two film adaptations: Will & Grace and Will & Grace 2, and upcoming Furious 7, the seventh installment of the franchise, and his first post Jane Hoop Elementary film. Brown returned as Danny in a small cameo in Heroes Forever: The New Beginning (2016), a spin-off/sequel to the Jane Hoop Elementary franchise entitled Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga, and will have a bigger role in the sequels.

Early lifeEdit

Brown was born in Georgia on March 5, 1993 at the Georgia Hospital. He lives with his mother Nicole Brown (nee Wilson) and father David Brown. He also lives with two siblings, Joe (born 1995). His mom states that she was expecting to have a girl, but she gave birth to a boy instead. Brown doesn't even know that his mother wanting another girl in her family. He has three brothers (Harold, Jonathan and Terell) and two sisters (Stephanie and Alicia). Brown grew up and move to Los Angeles at the age of 3, following his father having a new job there. He attend to Roberts High School in Los Angeles and graduated in June 2010. He attends States University in Los Angeles. Brown states in a interview that his mother was 19 when she gave birth to him and dropped out of school to have him. She eventually has quit school and focus on her family.

CareerEdit

Jane Hoop Elementary (2000 - 2011)Edit

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Brown at the 2005 world premiere of The Magic Ball.

After years of searching for actors to play the role of Danny, Rebecca and Alec, producer Brian Clark has announced that Bow Wow is originally auditioning to play the role for a 1995 release, but has been postpone till further notice and decided to let another actor to play the role because Bow Wow grows too old to play the role as seven year old Danny until it came to production in 1998. Director James Calvin start asking Brown, after finding actors that could play the role for Danny on December 1999,[3] after filming of Fight Club in 1998,[3] based on the novel with Brad Pitt, Helena Bonham Carter and Edward Norton.[3]Brown, starts reading his script for the character's help, reading is about Danny is the leader. Leading to a 2000 interview in Cincinnati, Ohio office on November 2000.[3] He officially has got the role as Danny for Jane Hoop Elementary: The First which became a huge hit at the box office grossing nearly $80 million in its opening weekend, which sets a new record previous. It than became the 2nd highest-grossing film of all-time grossing $928 million worldwide just behind Titanic. Currently, Hoop is the 13th of all-time while Titanic is the 2nd behind Avatar. Brown has won several awards including Kids Choice Award for Best Movie Actor, while the film has also won for Best Movie, but was nominated at the MTV Movie Awards for Best Actor. It earned 79% from Rotten Tomatoes. When the book was released in 1991, the actor was not yet born.

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Brown at the Entourage Sixth Season Los Angeles Premiere.

Brown reprised his role as Danny Gorden into the sequel Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape, earning 83% from Rotten Tomatoes and opened one year after the first film to ever bigger than the first film with nearly $90 million, but quickly ended up being lower than its predecessor grossing $859 million worldwide, which is in the top 30 for highest-grossing film of all-time. It was also the 3rd highest-grossing film worldwide behind Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone ($974 million) and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring ($870 million). Two years later, Brown returns as the role of Danny Gorden for the third installment Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge opening almost $100 million in its opening weekend, which is far better than its predecessors but it quickly became lower than un expecting. It has made $790 million worldwide, ranking 3rd for a film released in 2003 behind The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the King ($1.119 billion) and Finding Nemo ($867 million). However, critics say that Brown is the star and the film is the best "Jane Hoop Elementary" film yet.

Ben Linkin, Amy Tammie and Blake Brown at JHE8 Premiere

Ben Linkin, Amy Tammie and Blake Brown at the World Premiere of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 in July 2011.

Brown returns for the fourth film Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball in 2005 opening with $104 million and up to at total of $891 million, outgoing both second and third film. Brown states that Christensen has released the seventh and final book in the same year titling Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush. Brown returns to the next Jane Hoop Elementary film Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power. The film opened to $134 million in five days and up to $302 million domestically, and $962 million worldwide. The actor was nominted for Best Actor at the Kids Choice Awards in 2008, but lost as well as the film for Best Movie. Brown returns as Danny Gorden in Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, which opened on July 8, 2009. He will begin filming of the next final two films were Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 on November 12, 2010, and Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 on July 8, 2011. Filming for both parts took a year to finish finally ending on December 2010 which ends eleven years of filming the franchise.

Part 2 as the best review film in the series including Rotten Tomatoes with 95% as well as opening as bigger than its predcessors at the box office. It broke a midnight gross of $40.3 million, previously held by The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. With $92 million on it's opening day, it set a new record for biggest "single day gross" to date, bringing its record opening weekend total to $168 million, previously held by The Dark Knight. Brown states that the film is the perfect conclusion of the franchise that has last for eleven years.

Other projects (2004-present)Edit

In 2004, Brown take a break outside of Jane Hoop Elementary to star into his first comedy film as Alexander Alexander's Adventure, starring Eddie Murphy, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Jennette McCurdy and Adam G. Sevani. It became a huge hit grossing just a solid $16 million in its opening weekend and quickly gross $93 million domestically, with $163 million worldwide.

In 2006, he reprised his role as Alexander in the sequel Alexander's Adventure 2, another huge hit. Opening with $30 million, it gross to $91 million, with $162 million, which is close to be as higher as the first film is. In 2008, Brown came back as Alexander in the third film Alexander's Adventure 3, which became a Alexander's Adventure hit franchise. He also will be appearing which he begin filming on September 2007, and warped completed on March 2008. While working for the fourth film, Brown states not returning but to continue Jane Hoop Elementary instead, as production has been cancelled. After wrapping up Jane Hoop Elementary, Alexander's Adventure 4 has been revamped as Brown decided to join the fourth installment.

Brown stars alongside Will Ferrell in Kicking & Screaming in 2005, which is his first film outside the Jane Hoop Elementary franchise. He also starred in comedy sitcom Will & Grace, and reprised his role for film adaptation, Will & Grace and again in Will & Grace 2, also known to be his first post-Jane Hoop Elementary film.

In 2015, he will be starring alongside Vin Disel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson and rapper Ludacris for Furious 7, the seventh installment of the franchise as the role as Andrew Beamon, the new character for the franchise. The film is set to be released in regular and IMAX theaters worldwide on April 3, 2015. He tweeted while mourning the death of Walker, who died in a fatal accident in December 2013 before filming for the film is completed tweeting: "I am deeply sadden for Paul Walker's passing. May he rest in peace and not forgiven for god." Before his death, Brown admits that he is a huge Fast and Furious fan and is very excited to be anticipated to be in the film.

Furious 7 did extremely well at the box office debuting $147 million in it's opening weekend, which made it one of the biggest opening weekends of all-time, and has set a new opening weekend record for April and Easter holiday. Brown praises that the film feels like he's in an alternate universe of Jane Hoop Elementary, but more of an action film than superhero film.

Return to the Jane Hoop Elementary franchiseEdit

In 2014, Rita Christensen confirmed the Jane Hoop Elementary film series will be having an extended franchise with the idea inspired by her book, Heroes Forever: The New Beginning beginning with a originally planned trilogy beginning with the first film, Heroes Forever: The New Beginning, released November 11, 2016, five years after the release of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2. The film is set 13 years after the events, and Brown is in talks on returning as Danny.

But in on September 15, 2014, Brown responds that he is "unsure" if the company wants him back. It was confirmed in December 2015 that Brown will be returning as his character Danny for the sequels. By the time of the first film's released, Brown secretly appeared in the first film in a small cameo appearance. He will be having a larger role in the sequels.

Brown will reprise his role for the sequel, Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, which is scheduled for a November 10, 2017 release, and Brown is also in the talks on appearing in all of the sequels.

Personal lifeEdit

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Brown and his then wife Lauren Gibbs.

Brown attends Australia city schools, he begin that he likes to be as a dancer, nearly interested in becoming a male singer and rapper. He first met actress, They meet up with other friend Ben Linkin, as well, letting Brown and Tammie poses dating on the magazines. With Linkin, he shares Brown how he would become a dancer, but also a rapper. Brown was premiered with Linkin and Tammie on ABC family weekend of Jane Hoop Elementary four weekend on June 7, 2008 and ended on July 2, 2008.

Brown dated co-star of Jane Hoop Elementary Amy Tammie, by the time they first met during filming for Jane Hoop Elementary: The First. They did not actually started dating until they are currently working on filming the fifth installment of the franchise, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power. Rumors report that the two have been dating since they were filming the first film, but Tammie denies it until she officially confirms that she is in a serious relationship with Brown after filming Morphin the Power. As Brown and Tammie are dating, they are spun by rumors around September 2008 that they are engaged both at 15, both denied it with Brown claiming they are "too young for engagement".

On July 2009, more rumors spun that him and Tammie got into an heated argument while filming two-part Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush film because of questing him that he was cheating on her with Jennette McCurdy, as an on stage ex-girlfriend, with Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland cheating on Tammie. Brown denied it because they two do not have feelings for each other. On November 2009, Brown and Tammie have split, but remain good friends after three and a half years together.

On June 25, 2010, Brown reveals that he has gotten his tattoo. On May 25, 2011, Brown graduated high school and attended to Brown Mackie College. He is studying automotive engineering. On May 20, 2011, it was revealed on set of Will & Grace 2 that he has a new girlfriend named Lauren Gibbs. It was reported that they first met when they are in college together. As Brown has moved out of his parents house and now living on his own, his girlfriend Lauren also have moved out from her parents house. But when she found no place to live, Brown decides to let her move into his home where her parents accepts it which lead them to become partners. The couple confirmed that they got engaged in March 2012, and got married on May 25, 2012. On February 25, 2018, Brown announced that him and Gibbs has separated nearly six years of marriage.

Brown states that he is interesting in rapping and dancing where his family supports him and decided to do his career being a dancer and rapper. Instead, when promoting for one of his favorite actors, he instead became an actor instead of being a dancer and rapper, but became one in real life. On October 15, 2011, Brown reported that his brother Harold revealed that he's gay and leads him with support that he will always love him whatever if he's straight or gay.

FilmographyEdit

MoviesEdit

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Blake Brown, which he portayed Danny Gorden into all of the films into the franchise, which first caught as him since 2001.

Year Title Role Box Office
2000 Jane Hoop Elementary: The First Danny Gorden $969,290,169
2001 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape $875,915,738
2003 Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge $796,409,993
2005 Kicking & Screaming Jerry Hewitt $56,070,433
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball Danny Gorden $895,488,065
2007 Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power Danny Gorden $933,001,333
2009 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland Danny Gorden $930,296,942
2010 Will & Grace (film) Greg $488,400,401
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 1 Danny Gorden $961,528,329
2011 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 2 $1,330,292,918
2012 Will & Grace 2 Greg $290,496,989
2015 Furious 7 Anthony Beamon $1,228,077,000
2016 Heroes Forever: The New Beginning Danny Gorden $$855,557,296
2017 Heroes Forever: The New Resolution $926,109,767
2018 Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death N/A
2019 Untitled Final Heroes Forever Film - Part 1 N/A
2020 Untitled Final Heroes Forever Film - Part 2 N/A

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Viewers
2005 Will & Grace Greg N/A

AwardsEdit

Film
40th NAACP Image Awards|Image Award
  • 2009 "Best Child Peformance" - Won
Kids Choice Awards|Kids Choice Awards
  • 2011 "Best Movie Actor", Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 1 - Nominated
  • 2010 "Best Movie Actor", Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland - Nominated
  • 2008 "Best Movie Actor", Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated also for favorite child actress for "Best Favorite Movie"
People's Choice Awards
  • 2009 - Movie Actor - Nominated
  • 2007 - Movie Actor - Nominated
  • 2005 - Movie Actor - Nominated
National Awards|National Awards
  • 2007 Best Young Male Actor - Nominated
Saturn Awards|Saturn Awards
  • 2006 Best Performance by a Younger Actor, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won
BFCA Awards|BFCA Award
  • 2006 Best Young Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated
  • 2002 Best Young Actor/Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Teen Choice Awards|Teen Choce Award
  • 2009 Choice Actress - Won
  • 2009 Choice Liplock - Won
  • 2009 Best Movie Actor - Won - Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland
  • 2007 Best Movie Actress - Won - Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power
BFTA Awards|BTFA Award
  • 2008 Best Child actor, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated
  • 2006 Best Child actor, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated
  • 2004 Best Female actor, Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge - Nominated
  • 2002 Best Child actor, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated
Sierra Awards|Sierra Award
  • 2002 Youth in Film, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Emmy Awards
  • 2009 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland - Won
  • 2007 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Won
  • 2005 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won
  • 2003 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge - Won
  • 2001 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Golden Globe
  • 2008 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated
  • 2006 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated
  • 2005 Best Actor - Troy - Nominated
  • 2004 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge - Nominated
  • 2002 Best Actor - Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated
Bronze Leopards|Bronze Leopard
  • 2005 Best Actress (shared with other cast members), Alexander's Adventure - Nominated
MTV Movie Awards|MTV Movie Award
  • 2007 Best Acting Performance, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Won
Satellite Awards|Satellite Award
  • 2002 Outstanding New Talent, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Young Artist Awards|Young Artist Awards
  • 2006 Best Performance in a Feature Film (Best Children's film) - Leading Young Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won
  • 2002 Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Under, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated

See alsoEdit

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External linksEdit

  • Blake Brown at the Internet Movie Database