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GEORG STANFORD BROWN BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:

Georg Stanford Brown was born June 24, 1943 in Havana, Cuba. When he was seven years old, his family relocated to Harlem in New York City. He dropped out of high school, and at age seventeen passed the college entrance exam so that he could go to Los Angeles and attend L.A. City College’s theater program. Brown enjoyed the program so much that he took his studies even further to New York for their American Musical and Dramatic Academy. After he found parts in various theatrical plays, he decided to move back to Hollywood to find work in film and TV. His first role was a bit part in “How to Steal a Million” (1966), and his first credited part was in “The Comedians” (1967).

Brown began appearing on television in 1968 on “Dragnet 1967” starring Jack Webb and Harry Morgan, and would continue for years to come. He also persisted in film acting, taking bigger roles in movies like “Bullitt” (1968) starring Steve McQueen and “Colossus: The Forbin Project” (1971). In 1972 he was cast as Officer Terry Webster on the police drama “The Rookies” (1972-76). For a few of the episodes, he even served as director. After, he began to favor the behind-the-camera work. Brown next directed forty more television shows and movies, including “Charlie’s Angels” (1977-79), “Magnum, P.I.” (1984) starring Tom Selleck, “Hill Street Blues” (1981-86), and more recently, the made for TV films “The Long Shot” (2004), “Wedding Daze” (2004), and “The Reading Room” (2005). In 1981, he earned his only Emmy for directing the episode “Parting Shots” for the program “Cagney and Lacey” (1981), which featured his then wife, Tyne Daly, whom he married in 1966 and divorced in 1990.

Brown did, however, still act in movies and on TV while pursuing his directorial career. He appeared on television in shows like “Matlock” (1987-89) starring Andy Griffith, “Nip/Tuck” (2004), and “Judging Amy” (2005), as well as pictures such as “Stir Crazy” (1980), “House Party 2” (1991), and his final feature film, “Cuban Blood” (2003). The actor’s last effort was the television movie “The Reading Room” (2005).
 
 
Filmography

2005 The Reading Room
2005  Shackles 
2005  Mystery Woman: Vision of a Murder 
2005  Judging Amy 
2004  Nip/Tuck 
2004  Angel in the Family 
2004  Wedding Daze 
2004  The Long Shot 
2003  Cuban Blood 
2003  The Lyon's Den 
2002  Strong Medicine 
2001  The District
2000  Freedom 
2000  Family Law 
1999  Linc's
1998  Ava's Magical Adventure 
1998  The Wild Thornberrys 
1998  Team Knight Rider
1997  Malcolm & Eddie
1996  Viper
1995  Martin
1993  Father & Son: Dangerous Relations
1992  Murder Without Motive: The Edmund Perry Story
1992  The Last P.O.W.? The Bobby Garwood Story 
1991  House Party 2 
1990  Jake and the Fatman
1989  Stuck with Each Other 
1988  Alone in the Neon Jungle 
1987  Matlock
1987  Kids Like These 
1987  Vietnam War Story
1986  Tough Cookies 
1986  Miracle of the Heart: A Boys Town Story 
1985  North and South  
1985  The Paper Chase 
1985  Hotel  
1985  Finder of Lost Loves 
1984  Dynasty
1984  The Jesse Owens Story
1984  Miami Vice 
1984  Magnum, P.I. 
1984  Call to Glory 
1984  The Fall Guy  
1984  Hardcastle and McCormick  
1983  The Mississippi 
1983  Fame 
1983  In Defense of Kids 
1982  Cagney & Lacey  
1982  The Kid with the Broken Halo 
1982  Police Squad! 
1981  Hill Street Blues
1981  The Greatest American Hero
1981  Grambling's White Tiger
1981  Palmerstown, U.S.A. 
1981  Lou Grant 
1980  Tenspeed and Brown Shoe
1980  The Night the City Screamed
1980  Stir Crazy 
1979  Paris 
1979  Roots: The Next Generations      
1978  Fantasy Island
1978  Family
1977  Starsky and Hutch 
1977  Roots 
1977  Charlie's Angels
1976  Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway 
1972  The Rookies 
1972  The Man 
1972  Wild in the Sky 
1972  Mission: Impossible
1972  Room 222 
1972  Norman Corwin Presents   
1970  The Name of the Game
1970  Medical Center 
1970  The Bold Ones: The New Doctors  
1970  Colossus: The Forbin Project 
1970  Ritual of Evil 
1970  Here Come the Brides  
1969  Julia
1969  Mannix  
1969  The Bold Ones: The Lawyers
1969  The Young Lawyers 
1968  The F.B.I.
1968  It Takes a Thief 
1968  Bullitt 
1968  Judd for the Defense 
1968  Dayton's Devils
1968  Dragnet 1967 
1967  The Comedians
1966  How to Steal a Million





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