Two Kings and A Queen
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Cocoa Brown has worked on many TV projects in which she always brings her unique
personality through in all her characters. Her television credits show Cocoa
Brown is a highly sought after stand up comedienne, delivering an honest and
humorous show, Brown has generated a large and loyal following. Audiences
not only get a great show, but they feel as though they have gained a friend.
has performed in front of a variety of audiences including Kennedy
Center Honors Richard Pryor, Def Comedy Jam Tour and she
has toured with Bill Bellamy’s “Who’s Got Jokes” competition. She
has appeared on nine consecutive seasons on BET’s Comic
View, twice being voted “Funniest Female” on the popular show and was
reigning champion in the Comedy TKO on Showtime at the
Apollo, and she has appeared on the Starz in Black comedy
series “The 1st Amendment”, produced by Martin
Lawrence. She has also been featured on Comedy Central’s “Comic
Groove” with Tracy Morgan and is a featured comedian on BET’s new
stand up show, “One Mic Stand”.
film credits include “Lakeview Terrace” with Samuel L. Jackson,
“American Carol” with Kelsey Grammar, “Hittin’ the Bricks” with Dr.
Dre, “Blue Moon”, “Robbin’ in da Hood” and “Mahogany Blues”. She
also appeared in the cutting edge comedy “Biting Personalities at
the 2008 Sundance Film Festival”. Cocoa is currently co-starring in the
Comedy Central show “Secret Girlfriend”.
is capable of playing a wide range of characters. From concerned parent
on “The Young and The Restless,”, to the sassy
receptionist on NBC’s “Las Vegas” to the baker with allergies
to chocolate on “ER”, to the cheeky mail lady on AMC’s “Breaking
Bad” . But Cocoa will always stay true to her love for “funny” and
sketch comedy. She’s been Star Jones on Nick Cannon’s “Short Circuitz”,
a “spooky” beautician on Ashton Kutcher’s “Room 401" and a
Judge from hell on “Next”, all on MTV, to Morgan Freeman’s Mom and Barack
Obama’s BIGGEST fan on Frank Caliendo’s sketch show, “Frank TV”, to the
queen of ghetto beat downs on the news sketch show “Chocolate News”, created by
David Allen Grier, on Comedy Central. She also said what EVERYONE wanted
to say about Delicious’ behind on the second season of VH1's “Flava of Love”