Quincy Brown

Quincy Brown

Highest Rated: 88% Dope (2015)

Lowest Rated: 28% We the Party (2012)

Birthday: Jun 04, 1991

Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Like his adoptive father, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Quincy Brown was involved in a number of career paths, from music to philanthropy and entrepreneurship, though acting in projects like the Fox series "Star" (2016- ) remained his most widely seen showcase. Born June 4, 1991 in New York City, New York, he was the son of model Kim Porter and model/actor/radio personality Albert Joseph Brown, who rose to fame in the '90s under the name Al B. Sure! His mother parted with Brown's father shortly after their son's third birthday, and she began a long-term relationship with Bad Boy Records founder Sean "Diddy" Combs, who eventually adopted Brown. He spent much of his childhood in Georgia, but completed his education at Calabasas High School in Los Angeles, California. Like his new father, Brown dabbled in a variety of pursuits, including fashion model and music artist; in the latter capacity, he released a debut single, "Stay Awhile," in 2012, which was soon followed by "The First Thing" in 2013. Both generated more than one million views on YouTube, which helped to launch Brown into the public eye. He soon launched his own production company, FourXample, which produced and directed music videos for Brown as well as other artists, and began logging supporting turns in features and on television. He was a romantic lead in the Queen Latifah-produced "Brotherly Love" (2015), and appeared in the indie drama "Dope" (2015) before reuniting with Latifah for "Star," a music industry drama produced by Lee Daniels. Brown played Derek, a politically inclined young man who helped introduce his girlfriend (Ryan Destiny) - a member of an R&B trio - to activitism. While engaged in all of these pursuits, Brown also maintained another career as a entrepreneur by partnering with Shortcut, a mobile app that provided on-demand grooming services to users.

Highest rated movies

Dope The Holiday Calendar
We the Party




33% 39% The Holiday Calendar Josh (Character) - 2018
No Score Yet 91% Street Dante (Character) - 2015
88% 83% Dope Jaleel (Character) $17.5M 2015
No Score Yet 79% Brotherly Love Chris Collins (Character) $477.5K 2015
28% 67% We the Party Reggie (Character) - 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Game Don't Differ Que (Character) - 2004


No Score Yet 77% Lee Daniel's Star Derek Jones (Character) 2016-2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Real Guest 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sounds of the Season Live Unknown (Character),
Music Performer
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Wendy Williams Show Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Harry Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Celebrity Playlist Unknown (Character) 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Keeping Up With the Kardashians Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
No Score Yet 81% CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Unknown (Guest Star) 2015


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