Kwajalyn Brown is a stage, motion picture, and television American actress. Her most noteworthy roles including a recurring role Sheila, from the film "Cobra Kai", a recurring role of Judge Tara Flint on "Drop Dead Diva", and the leading role April in "Honey: Rise Up and Dance". Before her acting career began, Kwajalyn was a singer back when she was in grade school. She started performing and recording locally in her hometown of Jacksonville, Florida.
When she was in high school, she joined in her first play, "Little Shop of Horrors", where she was fit to incorporate her talents of singing and acting. Though she still loves to sing, she's thrilled to act and made a decision to pursue acting as a profession. In 2012, she added the role of a "producer" to her credits after signing on to the hit web series, "Black & Single". In this production, she also starred as the main antagonist Vivian Lane, who is a tough-minded lawyer. Since then, Kwajalyn has acted in plenty of plays and short films, but her big break in Hollywood came when she got the role of April in Universal 1440's "Honey 4", filmed in Atlanta in 2017.
"Honey: Rise Up and Dance" or mostly known as "Honey 4" is the fourth installment of the movie series Honey. The movie told the story of a Young hip-hop dancer Skyler, who eyes the top prize college scholarship at a big dance competition. With no support from her mother or her boyfriend, she practices in the underground dance scene and meets Tyrell, a young street dancer, who trains with her to get her ready for the competition.
Kwajalyn is looking forward to a long, fulfilling career as an actress and producer and hopes to someday move into directing.
Kwajalyn Brown's net worth is $16 Million.
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