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Jonathan Daniel Brown is a well-known actor, comedian, writer, and director. He is a native of San Fernando Valley.
Jonathan Daniel Brown’s career and rise to fame
He was born in July 1989 in Tarzana, California, the USA.
He started work as a standup comedian. In 2012, Jonathan had worked in a porn film. He was chosen for the ‘Project X’ film by the producers of the film by the open casting method. The three main roles in the film were by Jonathan Daniel Brown, Thomas Mann, and Oliver Cooper. All three were unknown young faces and it was the objective of the producers to have such new actors who were not much known to the public.
The three main cast members get to throw a party in the film. Jonathan Daniel Brown played JB in it. The movie grossed more than $ 100 million worldwide and also won an Instant Cult Classic award from MTV. It was a long-drawn audition with the actors having to go to multiple stages to show their acting skills.
When they were ultimately selected, they had time to develop an off-screen friendship which was the crux of the film. Jonathan remembers those days:
“We just hung out. We went to Disneyland, spent a couple of nights at a cabin in Big Bear, spent time at each others’ places. We shared an experience that’s unique and extremely hard to explain to other people. All three of us were having a huge break at the same time.”
The filming also gave them space for Improv. Input was also taken from these new budding stars. The film helped the career of all three stars. Jonathan Daniel Brown bagged a role of Joey in ‘Bad Milo’ (2013) which was produced by Duplass Brothers. It was a horror/comedy film. He also got the lead role of Nate Norman in ‘Kid Cannabis’ which was released in 2014.
‘Horseshoe theory’ in 2017 was his directorial debut. He has co-written the story along with Travis Harrington. The story is about 2 people from different walks of life. A weapons deal is arranged on the internet between a white supremacist called Bobbo and a Jihadist named Abdul. Bobbo is played by Jackson Rathbone while Amir Malaklou portrays Abdul the Jihadist.
They meet over a dinner and in knowing each other realize that they have too many things in common. The movie has won rave reviews and it was chosen by the Jury as a special mention film at the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival.
Jonathan Daniel Brown also supports issues of the veterans and has made a film for the ‘Keep a Breast Foundation’.
Jonathan Daniel Brown- Previous career stints and future projects
In 2000-2001, he was part of the TV show named ‘Diagnosis Murder’. In 2010, Jonathan Daniel Brown had acted in a TV show called ‘Pretend Time’ by Nick Swardson. He was also featured in TV program called as ‘Dating Rules from my future self’. In 2000 at the age of 11 years, he portrayed the character of Jake in the movie titled ‘Chuck and Buck’. He was also cast in a minor role of the teen player boy in ‘When Billie beats Bobby’ by Jake Anderson in 2001.
Jonathan Daniel Brown is a regular contributor to vice.com. He is also writing for numerous projects which are in the pipeline. The names of these projects have however not being disclosed yet. He also holds podcast sessions. He is currently single although a secretive relationship cannot be ruled out.
Jonathan Daniel Brown’s Relationships and girlfriends
The bespectacled Jonathan Daniel Brown has admitted on vice.com that he had some intimates sessions with girls since the age of 16 years, but the problem with him has been in starting, building, and maintaining relationships. He feels that women reject his advances and he was unable to have any girlfriends due to it.
He is active on Instagram and has over 2.1k followers in it while his Facebook has over 2.2k followers.
In a 2016 Tweet by Felix Kay, Jonathan was banned from Twitter.
— Felix Kay (@TheFelixKay) October 12, 2016
Reference: (wikipedia.org, imdb.com, Twitter.com)