Entertainer Mo Brown is a Host, Actress, Voice-Over & Recording Artist, Film Director/Producer for Suga Productions as well as a Content Creator.
Mo Brown can be found on-stage, in film, television, commercials, music videos and on radio broadcasts. Brown has done voice overs for Essence Magazine and its Music Festivals, Chase, Covergirl, The Stepperettes, Trojan and more. Mo Brown hosts major LIVE Events such as Greibo and Black Enterprise Magazine's 2014 African American Festival LIVE, The SoundCheck Live, Fashion Shows, Concerts, Mic Check Wednesdays with Mic Barber and DJ Spynfo, and the African American Literary Awards. Mo Brown has performed with film pioneer Melvin Van Peebles and The Classical theater Of Harlem in Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death (winner of 7 Audelco Awards, and was nominated for A Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical Revival), Sweet Sweetback Bad Ass Song; The national tour of Romeo and Juliet, Medea, and Macbeth. Brown has earned rave notices for her performance in the role of "Lily" and has also worked with 'The Wiz's George Faison and others to name. Mo Brown has won the Black Women's Film Network Festival Audience Award Winning film 'Tears Of A Phoenix', The LA Reel Film Festival Award for the Experimental Shorts for Directing the film 'Sealed', and Best Supporting Actress for the comedy ' Love or Money'. Brown plays the role of Sally in the HBO/Cinemax film 'Elliot Loves' by Dir. Gary Terracino, which won Best Feature and Audience Award at The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and is featured in the Award Winning Web Series 'Henry'. Mo Brown has most recently produced the TV pilot No Strings Attached and the series Mo Brown's Bodega Show premiering Sept 2017.
Mo Brown conceives, directs, and produces film which can be found at www.SugaProductions.com. Mo Brown was trained at the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater as a student at New York’s Professional Performing Arts High School, and has experience in working with long time radio veteran Chris Mercado in radio and voice overs. From being a dance instructor and choreographer for the Jackie Robinson Center to serving as an intern/street team member with the legendary New York hip-hop radio station HOT 97 (WQHT 97.1 FM), Mo Brown has earned a loyal and rapidly growing fan base and has blazed the airwaves on 'The Diva Brown Show' on iTunes Radio, Voice Overs as well as on her Podcast mobrownsuga.podomatic.com. Brown has also sang with television jingle production company Quag Inc for the song 'Hollywood' on iTunes. Mo Brown is has recorded and performed music from her EP 'Electric Red', the songs 'Hating On Love', 'Don't Push Me' and 'Ready To Go' produced by 12 Keyz and Oscar from HITM Productions, with training from J. Conrad Robinson from MBK Entertainment. So be Engulfed, Engaged and Entertained in the world of Mo Brown, because this starlet has just begun.
-Black Women Film Network Festival Audience Award for 'Tears Of A Phoenix'
-Katra Film Series Seed & Spark Prize
-LA Web Festival Best Supporting Actress Award for Comedy 'Love Or Money'
-LA Reel Film Festival '09 Experimental Short Films
-'Elliot Loves' - Miami Gay and Lesbian Audience Award and more!
-'Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death' - Cast Audelco Award
Student Activities Long Island University