ROB BROWN (Bobby) first achieved both national recognition and critical acclaim when
Gus Van Sant chose him to star opposite Sean Connery in the feature film, Finding Forrester. Over the
next few years, Rob deftly handled the challenge of balancing his education with his burgeoning
acting career. While attending college at Amherst, he also managed to star alongside Samuel Jackson
in Coach Carter and Antonio Banderas in Take The Lead. In 2009, Rob starred opposite Ryan
Phillippe, Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the Paramount Pictures feature film, Stop-
Loss, the independent feature LIVE! opposite Eva Mendes as well as playing the title role in the
Universal feature The Express opposite Dennis Quaid, for which Rob was nominated for an NAACP
best actor award from his performance. Rob just wrapped the final season of his critically acclaimed
HBO series "Treme," which David Simon created.
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