Short Biography

J. Anthony Brown is a titanic comedic force! His sidesplitting antics and sensibilities have set a precedent that many now follow.

A native of South Carolina, started his comic career in 1972 as a regular at an Atlanta comedy hot spot. He moved on to Los Angeles in 1989 where he became a staff writer for The Arsenio Hall Show. Later writing gigs included The Parenthood and Me and the Boys. His television acting credits include Comic View, Like Family, Living Single, The Parenthood, and meny others

In 1990 was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. He lost both his parents to complications of diabetes. After his diagnosis, he started the J. Anthony Brown Foundation, which was originally founded to provide information and funding for diabetes patients to obtain both medical supplies and prosthetic limbs. His foundation now focuses on educating and serving children from the ages of 6 through 17 who live in South Carolina and have a diagnosis of either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. These children have the opportunity to attend a week long diabetes camp, where they learn how to manage their diabetes.
J. Anthony Brown is one of the industry’s hardest working comedians. He has helped to pave the way for today’s hottest talent and continues as a trailblazer with his comedic contributions. “Watch Out Deh Now” – J. Anthony Brown is one funny man!