Barry Brown

Barry Brown

Highest Rated: 92% Bad Company (1972)

Lowest Rated: 67% Flesh (1968)

Birthday: Apr 19, 1951

Birthplace: Not Available

The brother of actress Marilyn Brown, Barry Brown was 17 when he made his screen bow in Andy Warhol's Flesh. Brown's breakthrough role was Civil War draft dodger Drew Dixon in the 1972 sleeper Bad Company. His co-star was Jeff Bridges, a close friend whom Brown lionized in an essay written for Danny Peary's 1978 compendium Close-Ups; it was but one of many published works for Brown, who in addition to his acting accomplishments was also a noted film historian. After co-starring as Fred Winterbourne in Peter Bogdanovich's uneven 1974 cinemadaptation of Daisy Miller, Brown slowly drifted away from show business. Barry Brown was 27 when he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Cloud Dancer Producer Director 1980
72% Piranha Trooper 1978
No Score Yet He Who Walks Alone Actor 1978
No Score Yet The Disappearance of Aimee Actor 1976
No Score Yet The Ultimate Thrill Joe 1974
88% Daisy Miller Frederick Winterbourne 1974
92% Bad Company Drew Dixon 1972
70% The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid Henry Wheeler 1972
No Score Yet Halls of Anger Winger 1970
67% Flesh Boy on Street 1968

TV

Credit
No Score Yet Rhoda
1978
Jimmy 1974
No Score Yet Night Gallery
1970-1973
Archie 1971
No Score Yet Marcus Welby, M.D.
1969-1976
Mike Wells 1971
1970
No Score Yet Gunsmoke
1955-1975
Jared Sprague 1970
No Score Yet Ironside
1967-1975
Charles Barrow 1970
1969
No Score Yet Testimony of Two Men
1977
Howard Best

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