Blair Brown

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Last Name: Brown Character portrayed:
Nina Sharp
First Name: Blair
Date of Birth: 23 April 1946
Place of Birth: Washington, District of Columbia, USA
IMDb Link: 0001974


Blair Brown is a film and TV actress, and director, who has had a number of high-profile roles, including a Tony Award-winning turn in Broadway’s “Copenhagen” and the title character on the television comedy-drama “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd,” for which she received five Emmy Award nominations.

Brown has been featured in Broadway’s James Joyce’s “The Dead” with Christoper Walken, “Cabaret,” “The Secret Rapture,” “The Threepenny Opera” and “Arcadia.”

Her off-Broadway and regional theater roles include “The Clean House” (Lincoln Center Theatre), “The Tempest” (McCarter Theatre Center), “A Little Night Music” (The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts), “Humble Boy” (Manhattan Theatre Club), “My Life as a Fairy Tale” directed by Chen Shi-Zheng, “Comedy of Errors” (New York Shakespeare Festival) and seasons at the Stratford (Ontario) Shakespeare Festival and Minneapolis’ Guthrie Theatre.

Brown’s film career includes roles in “Dark Matter,” “The Sentinel,” “Dogville,” “Space Cowboys,” “The Astronaut’s Wife,” “Altered States,” “Continental Divide,” “Strapless,” “Stealing Home” and “A Flash of Green.”

She has also directed productions of “Rosemary and I” (Passage Theatre Company), “Lovely Day” (Play Company) and “A Feminine Ending” (Playwrights Horizons), in addition to narrating more than 50 documentary films and audio books.

Brown, a native of Washington, DC, currently resides in New York City.

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Main Cast: Anna TorvJoshua JacksonJohn NobleLance ReddickJasika NicoleBlair BrownSeth Gabel
Recurring: Michael KopsaGeorgina HaigOrla BradyMichael CerverisAri GraynorLeonard NimoyLily PilbladKirk AcevedoKevin CorriganShaun SmythSebastian RochéAndre RoyoRyan McDonaldGerard PlunkettDavid CallChance KellyJared HarrisMark ValleyMichael Gaston