Yvette Nicole Brown Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Yvette Nicole Brown was born on the 12th August 1971, in East Cleveland, Ohio, USA and is an actress and a comedian probably most famous for her appearances in popular TV sitcoms such as NBC’s “Community” as well as Nickelodeon’s “Drake & Josh”. She is also known for voice acting in the “Pound Puppies” animated TV series. She currently stars in the latest adaptation of the 1965 play – “The Odd Couple” featuring Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon in the main roles.
Have you ever wondered ho much money she has accumulated so far? How rich Yvette Nicole Brown is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Yvette Nicole Brown’s net worth, as of late 2016, is $4 million, acquired largely through her on-camera career which has been active since 2000.
Yvette Nicole Brown Net Worth $4 million
After matriculating from Warrensville Heights High School in her hometown in 1989, Yvette moved to Akron, Ohio, where she enrolled at the University of Akron, and in 1994 graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications. Subsequently, she relocated to the capital of the movie industry, Los Angeles, California, in order to purse an Hollywood acting career.
Upon arriving in Hollywood, Yvette began attending acting classes, and soon got her first engagement. appearing in East Coast Family’s music video “1-4-All-4-1”. This was followed by more acting engagements, primarily in television commercials. She officially debuted as an actress in 2000, when she appeared in the “His Woman, His Wife” video. In 2002, she had a small role in the “For the People” TV series. These engagements provided the basis for Yvette Nicole Brown’s later net worth.
Yvette continued to craft her acting skills and build a professional acting career through a multitude of roles over the years, mostly in TV series. She appeared in two episodes of “Girlfriends” which was followed by an engagement in an entire season of “The Big House”. In 2004, she briefly starred alongside Charlie Sheen in “Two and a Half Men”, and in 2005 in Michael Bay‘s drama/adventure “The Island”, featuring Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson in the leading roles. Doubtlessly, all these arrangements have helped Yvette Nicole Brown to establish herself in the world of acting, as well as to further increase her overall revenues.
So far the outcome of her acting career, which is now spanning 16 years, is an abundant portfolio with over 80 acting credits. Some other notable rolesare Yvette’s appearances in TV series such as “Malcolm in the Middle”, “House”, “The ’70s Show”, “Boston Legal”, “Rules of Engagement”, “Melissa & Joey” as well as “Family Guy”, “Last Man Standing”, “Hot in Cleveland” and “Elena of Avalor”,all adding steadily to her net worth.
Apart from television, Yvette also has some notable movie appearances, including in “Meet Dave” and “Tropic Thunder”, both in 2008, as well as “500 Days of Summer” and “The Ugly Truth” in 2009, “Repo Men” (2010) and “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” (2013). It is certain that all these projects have helped Yvette Nicole Brown to dramatically increase the overall size of her net worth.
When it comes to her private life, Yvette has managed to keep it private. There were rumors about an alleged relationship with Zachary Levi, but these were never confirmed; she is apparently still single.
Got to dance and sing on the fourth-season premiere episode of Boston Legal (2004) as the painfully shy Doris Thumper.
She is the youngest in her family. Her older brother is named Paris.
She is a native of Cleveland, Ohio.
She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
She is the niece of two-time Tony Award-nominated actor, Charles Brown, who passed away on January 8, 2004.
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