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Mary Christina Brown

Birth name:
Mary Christina Brown
Date of Birth:
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA
5' 5" (1.65 m)
Mary Christina Brown is a multi-cultural actress with a very diverse background. Born on a military base in Fort Bragg in North Carolina, she grew up in small towns throughout the Midwest Great Lakes and has also resided in New York, Hawaii, and San Francisco. And no matter where she lived she always held a passion for both the performing arts and martial arts. She booked her first commercial for Fox television at age seven and started modeling for print advertising campaigns shortly thereafter. She danced professionally varying from Hip Hop, Jazz, Modern, Ballet, and even traditional Hawaiian and Tahitian. She also competed in several talent competitions, beauty pageants and was 1st runners up at the Miss Hawaiian Tropic pageant. It was in San Francisco, however, that her passion became a full-time commitment. Mary Christina studied at the Philip Bennett Theater Lab, School of the Arts High School, A.C.T. Young Conservatory, and was a member of the Young People's Musical Theater Company, training in drama, singing, and dance. While classically trained in voice she also played the cello and violin. After a short stint in Silicon Valley as an Internet Systems Engineer, Mary Christina decided it was time to move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.As an actress, her credits include 'Maricar Sanchez', in the Urban Comedy "A Night in Compton", which won the audience choice award in the Hollywood Black Film Festival. She starred opposite Peter Greene in "King of Hollywood" and was a candy raver in "Rolling" (alongside Erin Cummings, Sanoe Lake). Mary Christina can also be seen starring as ex-convict Sybil in the Sci-Fi Horror film, "Doomed" (Showtime), as well as other features including "Loaded" (Jesse Metcalfe),"Repeat Offenders" (starring Taimak) and "Blood and Bone" (alongside Julian Sands). Recently, she wrapped on three movies. She starred as special ops soldier Rachael Gant in the Sci-Fi Action Thriller "Dark Island" and stars with Steven Baurer and Anthony Ray Parker in "Fast Lane". In "Night of the Templar" she plays 'Japoniko', acting opposite David Carradine, Udo Kier, Billy Drago, Paul Sampson, and Norman Reedus. You can catch her sword fighting against legendary Cult actor David Carradine in the finale of the movie.
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