Reb Brown has starred and co-starred in 22 movies opposite such screen luminaries as
Gene Hackman, George C. Scott, John Lithgow, James Coburn, Christopher Lee, as well as,
32 guest star roles in a variety of television shows.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Reb excelled in Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball.
His father was a Police Sergeant with the Los Angeles Police Department and his mother was a homemaker.
Upon graduating from High School, Reb was recruited by 64 universities to play college football, as well as,
UC Santa Barbara for baseball. He accepted a football scholarship to University of Southern California (USC).
After obtaining a Bachelors Degree, Reb's destiny took a surprisingly different path.
A top Hollywood agent spotted and signed him to a contract at Universal Studios.
The young, baby faced, blue-eyed athlete found himself as an actor in the movie business. His appearance and physique was perfect
to play the title role of Captain America in a new television series.
Brown does not regret playing professional sports. He loves the acting profession. He says with a twinkle in his eyes, "Besides, I would
not have met my wife, Cisse !"
In 1978, Reb made a guest appearance on a CBS/Paramount series, The Ted Knight Show, where he met his future wife, Cisse Cameron.
Cisse was a series regular. Since Reb does not believe in mincing words, he walked up to Cisse and said, "You don't know it yet, but I am
going to marry you." They married a year later, September 8, 1979, and are still happily married.