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Biography #2Rob Brown attended an extras casting for Gus Van Sant's Finding Forrester and landed the lead role opposite Sean Connery, Anna Paquin and F. Murray Abraham. Brown, who celebrated his sixteenth birthday just a week before filming, was awarded the 2000 Las Vegas Critics Award for Best Male Newcomer as well as the Golden Satellite Award for Outstanding New Talent for his portrayal of Jamal Wallace. Brown recently wrapped Ardustry Entertainment's indie feature The Orphan King, directed by Andrew Wilder and starring Alexis Bledel and Chris Evans. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Brown is currently attending college in New England.
Bio courtesy Paramount (16-Feb-2005)
Biography #3Rob Brown was born in Harlem and raised in Brooklyn, New York. A natural who never studied acting and who has no professional acting experience, he makes his acting and motion picture debut in Finding Forrester. Rob celebrated his 16th birthday just before the start of production. He is in his junior year of high school, where he is a talented athlete who plays basketball and football.