Sterling K. Brown is an American actor famous for his role Christopher Darden in The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story. He is married to an American actress Ryan Michelle Bathe.
Early Life and Education
Sterling K. Brown was born on April 5, 1976, in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the son of Sterling Brown Jr. and Aralean Banks Brown. He was nicknamed Kelby while a kid. He grew up along with his four siblings, two sisters and two brothers in Olivette, Missouri. Their father passed away when Brown was ten years of age.
Brown attended St. Louis Country Day School. He graduated with an acting degree from Stanford University in 1998 and later earned his MFA from Tisch School of the Art.
Sterling began his career working in regional theatre. He then went on to feature in TV shows such as ER, NYPD Blue, JAG, Boston Legal, Alias, Without A Trace, Supernatural, and Third Watch. He became, the regular cast in comedy Starved.
Afterward, Brown made his appearance in the movies including Stay, Brown sugar and Trust the Man. He got to play a recurring role on the TV series Supernatural followed by Amy Wives.
He appeared in Person of Interest as Detective Cal Beecher. Furthermore, he featured in Patience in 2008. In 2016 he played in FX miniseries The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. He received Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Besides that, Sterling portrayed the role Hero in the Public Theatre’s play Father Comes Home From the Wars.
Sterling is a married man. His wife Ryan Michelle Bathe is an American actress. In June 2007 the pair exchanged vows and now are proud parents of two children.
The Primetime Emmy winner, Brown certainly earns a good sum from his acting career. He has appeared in many hit series from which he has probably maintained a net worth more than in six figures.Edit
Sterling Brown Married(s)
First Marriage to Ryan Michelle Bathe
Sterling K. Brown's wife Ryan Michelle Bathe is an American actress famous for her incredible work in television. Edit this content