Kevin Brown (actor)
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Kevin Brown Actor
Kevin Brown
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Brown at the 15th Screen Actors Guild Awards
Born Kevin Brown
April 4th, 1972 (Age 45)
Other names UPTOWN Kevin Brown/ Kevin 'Dot Com' Brown /30 Rock's Dot Com / Dot Com
Occupation Comedian, Actor, Writer, Producer, Stunt Performer
Years active 1991-present

Kevin 'Dot Com' Brown is an American comedian, film, and television actor, best known for his role on the series 30 Rock as "Dot Com".

Brown also appeared as the lead in Marq Overton's one-man play Die Laughing in 2008 at the Diversity Players of Harlem and as an actor and executive producer of the stage play Box (an off-Broadway play about four Haitian stowaways to America).


Year Title Role Other Notes
1991 The Dog Ate It Mike
1994 Wicked Games (unknown)
Cracking Up Dack
1995 Of Love & Betrayal Fed-Ex Delivery Man (TV)
Tall Tale Bettor #1
1996 Second Noah Herbie (1 episode)
1998 Broken Vessels Drug Dealer
2003 Vicious Marine #1
2004 Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Doorman
2005 Get Rich or Die Tryin' Pelham Hall Security Guard
2006 Last Comic Standing Guest Comedian (1 episode)
Gingerbreed Red Carter
Delirious Twilight Club Bouncer (as UPTOWN Kevin Brown)
A Merry Little Christmas Cleveland Tyrell
30 Rock Dot Com (2006-2013)
Nominated - Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2008, 2009-2013)
2008 Human Giant Inmate #2
Late Night with Conan O'Brien Special Officer Jordan Mitchell
2009 Mystery Team Bouncer
Royal Pains Lance (1 episode)
Did You Hear About the Morgans? U.S. Marshall Henderson
2010 A Kiss for Jed Wood Second Body Guard (post-production)
Under the Influence Rolles (pre-production)
2012 Castle Big Percy Jackson (1 episode)


  • Reagan, Gillian (19 February 2008). "30 Rock's Kevin Brown to Die Laughing". The New York Observer.

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