Keyonne Brown, Actress fresh new face. I am originally from Atlanta, GA. I had my first start at the tender age of six years old. I was in a dental play as the Queen in the first grade. By the sixth grade I joined the band at school and played Clarinet. In High School I participated in the Marching band, Concert band, Swim team, Inspirational voices, and the Drama Club. I worked at the local YMCA as a certified lifeguard teaching swimming lessons. I accepted a band scholarship to Tennessee State University and earned a B.S. in Speech Communications and Theater. My work experience includes, theater, touring plays, talk show host, film, indie films, commercials, video, print work modeling, and PA work. My love and passion for acting also lead to my love to travel. I accepted a teaching position in South Korea where I was teaching English to High School students. I not only started the newspaper club and English Drama Contest at the school where I taught. I also became a part of a foreigner theater troupe, where we wrote and starred in two plays, “Fade to Black” and “Too Much Light”. Our theater group was featured in an article in the Korean Herald which was the local newspaper. Commercial and industrial credits include Microsoft corporate video (WA State), Red Lobster commercial (WA State), Ken Nuggent commercial (TN). Film and Television credits includes “Let’s talk about it” (Talk show GA), “TSC Sentinel Chronicles” (IMDb, GA), “Atlanta Homicide” (GA), “Charles and Katt” (GA), “4Eleven” (GA, Won student film award), “Atl” (GA) and several more. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to work with Charles S. Dutton and Obba Babatunde’ on two separate projects. My acting coaches include Natarsha Garcia and Nevaina Rhodes. I am truly grateful for every opportunity. I thank God for my family, and for allowing me to share my craft.