|Doc Brown Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||September 21, 1977|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Doc Brown is an English rapper, actor, comedian, screenwriter, radio presenter, and voiceover artist. Besides being recognized in the music industry as a rapper-musician, he’s also better known for outstandingly playing the roles of DS Joe Hawkins in the hit television series, Law & Order: UK and Nathan Carter in the CBBC TV series 4 O’Clock Club.
Ben Harvey Smith Bailey
Kilburn, London, England, United Kingdom
He attended Hampstead School and Malorees Junior School. Brown later graduated from the University of East Anglia.
Rapper, Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter, Radio Presenter, Voiceover Artist
- Father – Harvey Smith
- Mother – Yvonne Bailey
- Siblings – Zadie Smith (Older Brother) (Novelist, Essayist), Luke Smith (Younger Brother) (Musician)
He is represented by –
- Olivia Jones, General Enquiries, United Agents
- Alex Kennedy, Music Enquiries
- Kate Davie, United Voices
- Melanie Hartigan, Corporate Bookings, United Agents
- Katya Balfour-Lynn, Stand-Up Bookings, United Agents
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
65 kg or 143.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Multiracial (Black and White)
He has Jamaican ancestry on his mother’s side and English ancestry on his father’s side.
- Thick Eyebrows
- Big Lips
- Bearded Jaw
Doc Brown Favorite Things
- Pets – Cats
Source – Instagram
Doc Brown Facts
- After he left school, he went on to be in pursuits of his dream to start a career in rapping.
- In 2000, his journey in the music industry began after he landed a career as a battle rapper. In his early years, he has joined live event competitions such as the now-nonexisting Mudlumz, which turned out to be a popular gig at Dingwalls nightclub at that time. There, he battled other rappers before he was conquered by fellow UK rapper, Sway.
- In 2003, he was a recurring battle champion at the fledgling competition called Jump Off. A year after, his career reputation in the scene grew stronger, which eventually gave him the opportunity to host a monthly event at his friend’s record shop Deal Real situated in Great Marlborough Court.
- His track Donnie’s Lament was one of the most successful releases he has on his records to date.
- In 2007, he worked as a script consultant on Danny Robin’s BBC Radio 4 sitcom, Rudy’s Rare Records, a channel for veteran UK comedian Lenny Henry. Shortly after that, he was given the chance to work at BBC Radio 4 and was then offered more work opportunities including a couple of walk-on roles, editing responsibilities, and more writing works on the station’s comedy shows including Music Therapy and Look Away Now.
- As an actor, he has done roles in several BBC series including Rev and Miranda. He also appeared on Channel 4’s The Inbetweeners and has provided voices for the characters Budge and Koggs on CBBC’S Big Babies for which he also sang the series’ theme tune.
- In 2016, he guest-starred as a taxi driver on BBC One’s television film Damilola, Our Loved Boy. In February 2017, he went on to appear on Dave’s Crackanory reading Devil’s Haircut and in October of the same year, he made a guest appearance on Episode 100 of The Gaffer Tapes: Fantasy Football Podcast.
- Brown has made several guest presentations on the BBC Radio 5 Live film review show hosted by Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode.
- In 2018, he made a cameo appearance in an episode of Doctor Who titled “The Tsuranga Conundrum”.
- Beginning in May 2014, he served as the producer of The Football Ramble Live.
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