Zaire Brown began acting, singing and dancing at a very young age. Her early training at Ruth Page Ballet school, MoMing Dance and Arts and ETA in her hometown of Chicago would soon propel her passion for the performing arts. Later on an opportunity to move to Los Angeles would soon envelope her training in styles such as jazz, hip hop, modern and acting which fueled her desire to pursue professional work. She would perform in shows with Kids American, Moro Landis Theater, Alexander Hamilton Music Academy and Serendipity Theater. She was recommended to work with Serendipity, a children's theater playing principle roles such as Rosalina the ballerina. She continued her studies in psychology and dance training at San Francisco State University, where she performed with ASE Dance, SBDP, World Dance Fusion, The Movement Company and the SFSU professional dance theater series. After graduating from college she would go on to teach dance to youth and adults throughout the bay area with her own business Flying Dimes. Her professional dance training is attributed to Teresa Tabron, Joel Hall, Lula Washington, Malonga Casquelourd, Alicia Pierce, and Reginald Savage . Zaire’s on screen work includes, BET's Comicview ‘One Mic Stand’, Bingo America (GSN), 12 Hearts, and The Tony Rock Project (MY Net). She continues to actively pursue her career in acting, dance and choreography.
She is skilled in choreography, dance training (Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Hiphop, Modern, Congolese and Haitian), acting, singing, yoga , swimming, gymnastics and poetry.