Mark Brooks (director)
Mark Brooks is an American producer, director and musician know for his work on projects such as Metalocalypse, Moonbeam City and Serenity. Brooks was raised in Denver, Colorado. Using the pseudonym 3 Kord Scissor King, Brooks co-founded and played guitar for the influential punk band Warlock Pinchers while still in high school. During college Brooks co-founded the band Foreskin 500 with Diggie Diamond in the mid-90's. Just a duo with Diamond on vocals and Brooks playing everything else, the group rounded out its lineup with Dave Kerr and Dave Moore. In 1999, Brooks began his animation career in Los Angeles, co-founding the animation studio Gifted Men Productions, it was here where he co-created the animated shows "Lil' Pimp", "Creamburg" as well as directing The Slim Shady Show starring Eminem. Lil Pimp would go on to become a feature film produced by Revolution Studios/Sony Pictures co-written and directed by Brooks; the film featured Brooks in the lead role alongside William Shatner, Bernie Mac and Lil' Kim.
After Lil' Pimp was completed, Brooks began writing/directing TV shows such as Metalocalypse, Black Panther" and Moonbeam City. In 2012, Brooks formed the dark electronic pop band Night Club with Emily Kavanaugh. In 2017, Brooks produced and co-wrote "Tears in the Rain", "Wild Roses", "Edge of the Blade", "528hz" and "432hz" with electronic cholo-goth duo, Prayers for their "Baptism of Thieves" LP. Brooks' music has been featured in such films and television shows as The Fan, Mad Money, Blonde Ambition, "Las Vegas", The Riches. Film as directorLil Pimp Serenity - Director for "Fruity Oaty Bar" sequence. Baton - Animation director Television as directorMetalocalypse Black Panther Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem Moonbeam City Little Big Awesome Music video as directorBlack Breath - "Home of the Grave" Burning Brides - "Love Sick" Danzig - "Danzig Legacy" Dethklok - "Castratikron" Dethklok - "Dethharmonic" Dethklok - "I Ejaculate Fire" Melvins - "Electric Flower" Melvins - "The War on Wisdom" Night Club - "Lovestruck" Night Club - "Control" Night Club - "Strobe Light" Night Club - "Need You Tonight" Night Club - "She Wants To Play With Fire" Night Club - "Not In Love" Night Club - "Bad Girl" Night Club - "Dear Enemy" Night Club - "Show It 2 Me" Night Club - "Candy Coated Suicide" Night Club - "Schizophrenic" Slayer - "Playing With Dolls" Slayer - "World Painted Blood" Mark Brooks on IMDb
Ryan Matthew Dunn was an American stunt performer, television personality, actor, writer and one of the stars of the MTV reality stunt show Jackass. Dunn rose to fame in the late 1990s as a member of the CKY Crew with his long-time friend, Bam Margera, for their extreme stunts and pranks recorded on camera, which led to the rise of Jackass. Dunn hosted Homewrecker and Proving Ground, appeared in the feature films Blonde Ambition and Street Dreams, as well as in Margera's films Haggard and Minghags. Dunn died in a car crash in 2011. Dunn took part in the characteristic stunts that made Jackass famous, featured in three released films, Jackass: The Movie, Jackass Number Two and Jackass 3D. In 2006, Dunn and Bam Margera participated in the Gumball 3000 road rally in Margera's Lamborghini Gallardo, he went on a tour with Don Vito called "The Dunn and Vito Rock Tour" for which the DVD was released on March 20, 2007. Dunn and Margera again participated in the rally in 2008. Bam Margera stated during a December 2, 2008, radio interview with Big O and Dukes of 106.7 WJFK-FM, that he and Dunn would be going to Italy to film Where the F*%# Are My Ancestors.
That same month, Dunn appeared on the episode "Smut" of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in December 2008. He is featured in a movie called Street Dreams, released in spring 2009, he co-starred along with Rob Dyrdek and Paul Rodriguez Jr. Dunn was featured on a show with fellow Jackass star Bam Margera about them traveling through Europe in a Viva la Bam-like show called Bam's World Domination for Spike, he appeared in Jackass 3D, released on October 15, 2010. Dunn co-hosted G4's Proving Ground along with Jessica Chobot, which made its premiere on June 14, 2011, six days before his death. However, according to a G4 spokesperson, the channel decided to postpone the airing of further episodes; the spokesperson added, "The show is off the schedule as of today until we discuss next steps." On June 27, G4 announced they would air the remaining episodes starting on July 19, 2011. At the time of his death, Dunn was working on the film Welcome to the Bates Motel; the film was renamed The Bates Haunting and was released in 2013.
Dunn was born in Medina and spent much of his childhood in Brecksville, Ohio. From 2002 to his death, Dunn was in a long-term relationship with Angie Cuturic, who had a part in Margera's directorial debut Haggard: The Movie and Minghags. Dunn left ring finger. During shooting of the closing scenes for Jackass Number Two in 2006, Dunn injured his shoulder during one of his final bits, where he and co-star Bam Margera are pulled out of shot by a running horse by a rope tied around their feet. Dunn dropped straight onto his shoulder, causing damage to the muscles and leading to a blood clot, at one point life-threatening, due to its proximity to his heart and brain. While seeking treatment for it and Lyme disease, Dunn became depressed cutting off all contact with his friends, co-workers, others for nearly two years, did not participate in Jackassworld.com: 24 Hour Takeover, or any subsequent events related to the films and series. He returned to the Jackass cast in the production of Jackass 3D and Jackass 3.5 saying that he was happy to rejoin the cast and had more enjoyment working on Jackass 3D than any previous film endeavors.
On June 20, 2011, at around 3:30 a.m. EDT, Dunn and Zachary Hartwell, a production assistant on Jackass Number Two, were killed when Dunn's Porsche 911 GT3 veered off the road, struck a tree, burst into flames in West Goshen Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Dunn had turned 34 nine days prior, he was buried at Highland Drive Cemetery, Ohio. Hours before the crash, Dunn had posted a photo to his Twitter account of himself and Hartwell drinking at a West Chester bar. Dunn was identified in the police report as the vehicle's driver, a subsequent toxicology report showed Dunn had a blood alcohol level of 0.196 g/dL – more than twice the state's maximum legal limit of 0.08%. The police report stated "speed may have been a contributing factor in the crash" and preliminary investigations suggested the car had been traveling between 132 and 140 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone. In August 2012, the parents of Zachary Hartwell filed a civil suit in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County, naming the co-administrators of Dunn's estate as defendants, along with Barnaby's West Chester, the Pennsylvania bar where Dunn drank prior to the fatal crash.
The suit claims negligence and recklessness, as well as wrongful death in the incident that killed 30-year-old Hartwell. The plaintiffs claim that Dunn displayed negligence and recklessness in failing to have his vehicle under adequate and proper control, operating his vehicle under the influence of alcohol, operating his vehicle at an excessive speed and violently veering off a road and into a tree, among other alleged transgressions, they are seeking unspecified punitive and compensatory damages, as well as interest, court costs and "delay damages as the law may allow." Dunn is remembered by friends and fans alike as the "go-to guy for outrageous stunts that such stalwarts as Steve-O weren't willing to try" and "the kind of guy who would do anything for a friend," gaining the nickname "Random Hero". Following the news of his death, Dickhouse Productions and the producers of the show released the following statement: I don't know what to say right now everybody, because the sadness is overwhelming, but today we lost one of our own.
Our brother Ryan Dunn has passed. He died in a car wreck in Pennsylvania this morning at 3 a.m. that's tough to write. Ou
Larry Miller (comedian)
Lawrence John Miller is an American stand-up comedian, actor and columnist. Miller was born in New York, on Long Island, he is Jewish. He has said that one of his grandmothers was from Latvia and one of his grandfathers was from Austria. Miller married television writer Eileen Conn in 1993; the couple have two children. Miller is regarded as a character actor and is well known for playing'stuck up to suck up' characters that alternate between being condescending and sycophantic. Miller's first acting job was as the Emcee on the TV series Fame, he gained mainstream attention for his part in popular scenes of Pretty Woman involving him as a store clerk for the main characters. His film roles include Walter Stratford in the movie 10 Things I Hate About You, as well as several characters in Christopher Guest's mockumentary movies, he has held prominent supporting roles in Carry On Columbus, The Nutty Professor, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, Max Keeble's Big Move. He has over 50 film appearances, he was part of the main cast of Life's Work, The Pursuit of Happiness, High School Cupid, a Cupid Inc.
Story. He is a frequent guest actor on television, most notably as the nasty doorman on Seinfeld, he played Edwin Poole in the ABC dramedy Boston Legal. He played night-club owner Michael Dobson in two Law & Order episodes, first in the episode "Coma" and later in "Encore". Miller appeared as himself in a third episode, "Smoke", he was in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, where he played Tommy, Kyle's obnoxious father and Paul's colleague. He auditioned for the part of George Costanza. Miller served as a writer for the television shows Uncommon Sense, Just Words, Pros & Cons. From 2002 to 2004, Miller wrote a column for the magazine The Weekly Standard that ran once every two weeks. Since he has continued to contribute to the magazine, his subject matter has included politics as well as reminiscences about fellow entertainers, anecdotes from his own life. Two of the columns he wrote in 2002 served as the text for frequently-forwarded emails at the time, though in both cases his words were attributed to others.
The first was his first Weekly Standard column in January 2002, in which he mocked various anti-war platitudes of the time. The second was an April 2002 column defending Israel in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, attributed to fellow comedian Dennis Miller. Another email which began to be forwarded in 2002, purporting to offer "George Carlin's Views on Aging", was derived in part from a stand-up routine that Larry Miller performed in the 1990s. Miller began a weekly podcast on the Carolla Digital Network, This Week with Larry Miller, suspending it after falling and injuring his head in April 2012. After hospitalization and a coma, he said in January 2013. Miller resumed the podcast on January 9, 2013. In February 2015 the podcast was retitled The Larry Miller Show with direct distribution, he voiced the Pointy-Haired Boss on Dilbert. He played Garvin in the Season 4 premiere episode "Doctor Solomon's Traveling Alien Show" in 3rd Rock from the Sun, he voiced a patient on Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist in the 1995 episode "Everybody's Got a Tushy".
He voiced XR in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. Appeared on Seinfeld in the episode "The Doorman" as the Doorman to Mr. Pitt's residence. Appeared as himself on The Larry Sanders Show in the 1998 episode I Buried Sid He had a recurring character on Law & Order as serial wife-murderer Michael Dobson, as well as playing himself in a single episode. Appeared on Desperate Housewives' second season 7th episode as Leonard Harper. Appeared on a special "Scene Stealers Edition" episode of the Anne Robinson Version of The Weakest Link but was voted off. From 2009-2010, starred in 10 Things I Hate About You, reprising his role from the 1999 movie of the same name. Appeared on a few episodes of Boston Legal as Edwin Poole. Appeared as the Simon Baker character's troubled probation officer in the CBS series The Guardian. Appeared on Burn Notice as Harvey Gunderson in the episode "Comrades" in 2008. Appeared on an episode of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!. He voiced himself on the "Larry Miller Hair System" episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
In May 2010, Game Show Network announced that Miller would host a new comedy game show entitled Late Night Liars. The show premiered on June 10, 2010 and aired until early 2011. Appeared as a doctor in episode 6 of the 1st season of the Starz original series Gravity. Appeared as Stu Tyler on My Wife and Kids Appeared as lawyer Garret Price in Monk He made a voice guest appearance on The Penguins of Madagascar as Clemson in "Right Hand Man", "The Hoboken Surprise" and "King Me". Appeared as Eddie Kravitz in season 8's "Palestinian Chicken" episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Appeared as Larry Diller in season 2's "Camp It Up" episode of Disney Channel's Shake It Up Appeared as Principal Fickman in season 1's "Team-a-Rooney" episode of Disney Channel's Liv and Maddie. Appeared on Hot in Cleveland as Melanie's creepy dentist in season 5's "Elka Takes a Lover". Appeared on the BBC The Bob Monkhouse Show in 1984, along with Joan Rivers and Rosemary Clooney. Appeared on Just Shoot Me! as pretentious talk-radio host Emerson Gray in the season 1 episode, "The Assistant".
Appeared as a teacher on iCarly as Mr. Daviad in season 3 episode 12 Appeared as Mr. Painter on Clipped in the season 1 episode "Free Wednesday". Appeared on The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson on November 3, 1988, along w/ Michael J. Fox and author Harry Lorayne and on December 27, 1989, wit
Andrew Alan "Drew" Fuller is an American actor and former male model. He is best known for his portrayal of Chris Halliwell in the television series Charmed and for playing soldier Trevor LeBlanc on Lifetime's Army Wives. Fuller was born in Atherton and grew up in Newport Beach. Fuller was discovered by an agent when he was 12 years old, after a family friend put him on the cover of UCLA Magazine. Deciding to wait a few years, Fuller entered the modeling world at age sixteen and became a top model for such companies as Prada, Club Med, Tommy Hilfiger, he has appeared in many commercials including J. Crew, Subway and Pepsi opposite Britney Spears, he took part in the music video for The Calling's Wherever You Will Go, playing the new boyfriend of the betrayed teenage girl whose relationship is the subject of the video. He featured in Jennifer Love Hewitt's 2002 music video "BareNaked". Fuller became known for playing Chris Halliwell on Charmed, a starring and guest star role from seasons 5-8 of the show.
In the series, his character is the second son of Piper and Leo and engages in time travel to save his older brother Wyatt. Fuller's most recent roles are in The Ultimate Gift, a drama released on March 9, 2007, in the series Army Wives which airs on Lifetime, he co-starred in ABC Family's television movie The Circuit. Fuller has finished filming for an independent feature film, The Kane Files: Life Of Trial. Fuller made a cameo in the music video "Tired of Being Sorry" for Balthazar Getty's band Ringside, he made an appearance in the film Loaded. Other works: TV commercial for Subway, appears in the pro-WGA strike video on YouTube "Writer Boi", writer - Bowlerman Begins. Drew Fuller on IMDb Drew Fuller fan site - Transcript of October 2003 interview on AOL webcast
Suddenly I See
"Suddenly I See" is a song by Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall and is featured on her debut album, Eye to the Telescope. It was released on 29 August 2005 as the third single from the album, charting at number 12 in the UK Singles Chart; the single was Tunstall's only top 50 hit in Australia, where it charted at number six on the ARIA Singles Chart. It was certified gold by ARIA for sales of 35,000 copies; the song is Tunstall's highest charting in the United Kingdom, spent 26 weeks in the Top 75 Singles. It won her an Ivor Novello Award in 2006 in the category of Lyrically, it is inspired by New York singer and poet Patti Smith, whose album cover for Horses inspired Tunstall's album cover for Eye to the Telescope. The song itself is a tribute to "female power", inspired by and about American musician/songwriter Patti Smith; as described in the lyrics, Tunstall was inspired to a career in music through looking at a black and white picture of a woman. Admiring her strength and accomplishments, she realised what she wanted to do with her life.
Tunstall explained in an interview that the song was "about the photograph of Patti Smith on the cover of Horses", Commenting on the song's use in The Devil Wears Prada, Tunstall said: "I didn't realize the lyrics could fit a chick flick, it could sound like I was singing about wanting to be a f****** model!" The lyrics reference a "born-again Boudicea". The music has been described as featuring a "chugging rhythm" with a "guitar-bass focused beat", as "compelling", with "urgency", having a "shiny production". Although the real focus might be on her "clear vocals", "it's in the growls...that Tunstall commands attention". Stylistically, it has been described as a "blues-country-pop hybrid". In the summer of 2006, "Suddenly I See" became popular in the United States after being featured prominently at the beginning of the movie The Devil Wears Prada; the song features at the end of the film Blind Dating, released in the same year, starring Chris Pine. It was the farewell music for female contestants eliminated from the television show So You Think You Can Dance, featured on the season finale of the MTV show The Hills, at the end of a Ghost Whisperer season two episode, the series premiere of Ugly Betty.
It was featured in the second episode of the second season of the TV series Grey's Anatomy. Jennie Garth and Derek Hough performed a quickstep to a cover of the song for their performance in week 2 of season 5 of Dancing with the Stars. Florence Henderson and Corky Ballas performed a quickstep to a cover of the song for their performance in week 2 of season 11 of Dancing with the Stars. Tunstall performed the song live on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno; the song was one of the candidates for Hillary Clinton's campaign song for her 2008 presidential campaign. It features in the Torchwood episode "Greeks Bearing Gifts"; the song is featured on the soundtrack of the game Thrillville in the park radio stations. It was used in Rosie; the song came to be satirised in an episode of Best Week Ever, which mocked the concept of how films and television shows played it during uplifting, feminist scenes, went on to play the song while contrastingly depicting degrading images of women working in sweatshops and strip clubs.
It appears as an on-disk track in the game Lego Rock Band, in the PlayStation 2 version of Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA 2, as well as in Brazilian soap opera Belíssima, the Nintendo DS version of Band Hero. It was on the game Imagine: Fashion Designer New York; the song has been used in a series of commercials for Walmart, as well as for Best Buy. The song was heard in the background during the last year of the CBS soap opera As the World Turns. In 2008, Kate Ceberano recorded a version for her album So Much Beauty. There are three different music videos, one for Britain, one for the USA, one animated; the British version, directed by Big TV!, is a simple performance video in which Tunstall and her band play across from another set of Tunstall and her band. The American version, directed by Patrick Daughters features Tunstall in different situations involving a circus in Romania. Filmed in Bucharest, the video was produced by Black Dog Films and serviced by local production company Domino Productions with producer Catalin Neagu.
This version aired for a short time in the US and has been replaced in rotations by the animated version. The animated version, directed by Honey, features Tunstall walking around an animated pop-up fantasy world, engages in activities such as walking up giant guitars, riding miniature trains, drifting off into space. In the UK, the song was released on three formats for the single release. In the US, it was released only to radio. 7" REL21"Suddenly I See" "Moment of Madness" CD RELCD21"Suddenly I See" "Girl & the Ghost"DVD RELDVD21"Suddenly I See" "Miniature Disasters" "Get Ur Freak On" Europe CD"Suddenly I See" "Girl & the Ghost" "Moment of Madness" "Get Ur Freak On" Australia CD"Suddenly I See" "Other Side of the World" "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" "Get Ur Freak On" iTunes Single"Suddenly I See" "Suddenly I See" Promo CD"Suddenly I See" 3:11 "Suddenly I See" 3:11 Video at Virgin Media
Penelope Ann Miller
Penelope Ann Miller, sometimes credited as Penelope Miller, is an American actress. She began her career on Broadway in the 1985 original production of Biloxi Blues and went on to receive a Tony Award nomination for the 1989 revival of Our Town, she has starred in several major Hollywood films in the late 1980s and early 1990s, including Adventures in Babysitting, Biloxi Blues, Big Top Pee-wee, The Freshman, Kindergarten Cop, Other People's Money, Year of the Comet, Carlito's Way, for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination. She returned to Broadway in the 1995 original stage production of On the Waterfront, her other films include a starring role in The Relic and supporting roles in Chaplin, Along Came a Spider and The Artist. Miller was born in Los Angeles, the eldest daughter of Beatrice, a costume designer and journalist, Mark Miller, a television actor and producer, her mother was an editor of Harper's Bazaar. She has two younger sisters: Marisa Miller, a film actress, Savannah Miller, a social worker.
Miller graduated from high school in Los Angeles and attended Menlo College in Atherton, California for two years from 1981-1983 moved to New York City to study theatre at HB Studio. Her Broadway theatre break came in 1985 when she was cast in the lead in the Neil Simon play Biloxi Blues.. She played a role in one episode of the television series Miami Vice, accepted several other small roles in film and television work, she returned to Broadway in a revival of Our Town. She appeared as Pee-wee Herman's fiancée, Winnie Johnston, in the 1988 release of Big Top Pee-wee, she played a supporting role in 1989's "Dead Bang", a cop thriller starring Don Johnson. In 1990, she played Paula in Awakenings, starring Robin Williams, she appeared in the 1990 movies Downtown, with Anthony Edwards and Forest Whitaker, Kindergarten Cop, alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger, playing a teacher, hiding with her son Dominic from her criminal drug-dealing husband Cullen Crisp. She subsequently appeared in a number of other theatrical movies, notably as Edna Purviance in Chaplin and with Tim Daly as Margaret "Maggie" Harwood in Peter Yates' film Year Of The Comet, both in 1992, the following year she appeared opposite Al Pacino in Carlito's Way.
Miller co-starred with Marlon Brando in 1990's The Freshman, again opposite Matthew Broderick, with Gregory Peck in 1991's Other People's Money. She appeared as Margo Lane in The Shadow with Alec Baldwin, as well as in the film Miles from Home directed by Gary Sinise, she had the lead role in the big-budget creature feature The Relic as Dr. Margo Green. In 1998, she portrayed Barbara Henry in Ruby Bridges a made-for-television movie, made by the Disney company, about Ruby Bridges, the first black student to attend an all-white elementary school in New Orleans. In 2000, she played the scandalous teacher Mary Kay Letourneau in the TV version of a true story, All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story. In 2002, Miller starred in the film Dead in a Heartbeat and in a two-part episode of A&E's series A Nero Wolfe Mystery, her 2005 film Funny Money was voted the top film of the Sarasota Film Festival. She appeared in the Fox series Vanished for six episodes, playing the ex-wife of a U. S. senator.
Her 2007 comedy Blonde Ambition co-starring Jessica Simpson and Luke Wilson. She guest-starred as Fran on Desperate Housewives. Miller appeared in the horror film Kristen Stewart; the film was produced by Ghost House Pictures. In 2011, she portrayed Doris, the wife of protagonist George Valentin, in the Academy Award-winning film The Artist. After a recurring role on the ABC soap series Mistresses, Miller was cast in 2015 as a regular in the first season of ABC's drama series American Crime. In 1994, Miller married actor Will Arnett, they divorced in 1995. On May 28, 2000, Miller married James Huggins, they have two daughters: Eloisa May, born December 10, 2000, Maria Adela, born March 23, 2009. On March 14, 2012, Miller filed for legal separation from Huggins after 12 years of marriage. On June 15, 2012, Miller withdrew her request for separation. Penelope Ann Miller on IMDb Penelope Ann Miller at the Internet Broadway Database Penelope Ann Miller at Internet Off-Broadway Database
Austin Brown is an American singer-songwriter and producer. Brown was born in Tarzana, California on November 22, 1985, to Rebbie Jackson, he is a member of the Jackson family and only son of singer Rebbie Jackson and her late husband Nathaniel Brown. He has two older sisters and Yashi. Austin Brown was signed to Interscope Records after a showcase for Jimmy Iovine and signed with South Five Records, he started his career working as a Producer/Songwriter, collaborating with Tim & Bob, The Underdogs, Cory Rooney, Q-Tip, Pharrell Williams, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins. In 2011, Brown released his first single, "All I Need," on KIIS-FM and debuted his Highway 85 mixtape trailer at Wango Tango. On February 14, 2012, Brown released the music video for "Menage A Trois" on Vevo, Music Choice, Centric, 106 & Park, MTVU. Outside of the U. S. "Menage A Trois" had plays in Italy, Netherlands, UK Radio. In the UK, "Menage A Trois" reached Number 1 for 3 weeks on UK's Bang Radio 103.6 FM. In mid-2012 Brown started a residency at The Central performing with his band in LA, with additional shows in Las Vegas and New York City.
During this time Austin Brown performed at CSU East Bay's ` Springfest' with Lupe Fiasco. He had televised appearances on FOX's "Good Day New York," CNN, the Pandora stage at SXSW; this is when Brown joined the BET "Music Matters" program, performing on their stages in both Los Angeles and NYC. On December 21, 2012, Idolator premiered "Highway to the Sky." Highway 85 was picked up by Global 14, Centric, Rap-Up, Singers Room, Ryan Seacrest's AXS Live, Huffington Post, USA Today. Soon after, "Menage A Trois," "City of Angels," and "Highway to the Sky" were added to the KCRW Los Angeles radio rotation. Brown performed at KCRW's School Night Concert Series at Bardot in Hollywood and a Pop-Up Shop KIISS 102.7 event with his band, followed up by additional performances throughout the year. In 2013, Highway 85 was released through iTunes. During this time Austin Brown was featured in Vogue Vman fashion magazines. In June 2013, Brown continued performing live and in July he performed at the L. A. Live BET "Music Matters Experience" with Marsha Ambrosius, as well as live at the BET Awards 2013.
His Pepsi "Music Matters" commercial aired the same day. In January 2014, Austin performed at the Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah for Hollywood TV. Soon after, a demo-version of "Smile" was put into rotation on KCRW by DJ Chris Douridas. In 2015, Austin Brown played with The Roots during their annual Grammy Jam. Austin Brown debuted his Guitar & Microphone series to sold out audiences in Paris, France at the Theatre de la Contrescarpe in the summer of 2016. While traveling in Boston, he gave seminars at Berklee College of Music and Boston Arts Academy on Songwriting. During this time, Austin paired up with DJ Tony Touch to form CaliYork releasing "Show Up At My Place" in September 2016, he continued his live performances through 2017 with residencies at The Sayers Club and Hotel Café. He performed at the "Live @ Sunset Marquis Concert Series" in Hollywood and acoustically at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC. On June 2, 2017 "Smile" was released on iTunes through Ebro on Apple Music, Beats Radio 1.
In August, Austin was featured on Revolt TV's Revolt Sessions performing an acoustic set and performed at the SELECT Pre-Emmy Party at the Peppermint Club in September. In October 2017 Austin released his acoustic "Canyon Sessions" EP, available on iTunes. Austin is credited as a Writer and Producer on Ashlee + Evan, the debut EP from the married, musical duo Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross, he co-wrote and co-produced "I Do," "Paris," "Tonic," and "I Want You." Austin Brown makes cameos in E!'s reality television series, Ashlee + Evan, which documents the making of the EP. Writer and Musician on Macy Gray's album Ruby. Austin Brown is credited as a Writer of "Witness," Drums and Guitar for "When it Ends," and Musician, Vocals on "Cold World." Other musical credits on Ruby include Composer, Keyboards and Xylophone. In September 2017, Austin Brown performed "Smile," as well as Eric Clapton's "Change the World" alongside Evan Ross at the Operation Smile Gala. Other charitable causes Austin has worked with include Red Eye, A Place Called Home, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, Friend Movement Campaign, After-School All-Stars.
Blonde Ambition "Let's Make Love," Writer/Producer JoJo - Agápé "We Get By," Writer/Producer "Take the Canyon," Writer/Producer "Billions," Writer "Thinking Out Loud," Writer Austin Brown - Highway 85 Writer/Producer: "Highway to the Sky" "Menage A Trois" "Volcano" "Where Were You" "What Did I Lose To Love You" "City of Angels" "F'd with my Mind" "Stargazer" "Groove 92" "To Love Her" "All I Need" "Feel It Again"House of Lies - S2E10 "Exit Strategy" "Highway to the Sky," Writer/Producer JoJo - LoveJo2 "Thinkin Out Loud," Writer/Producer Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman "Leave Me Lonely," MusicianCaliYork "Show Up At My Place," Writer/ProducerYonas Michael "Mr. Black President," Producer Austin Brown - Canyon Sessions EP Writer/Producer "For the Rest of My Life" "Million Ways" "Body" "She's Not for You" "Get Away" "Slow Down" "Smile" "All over Mine"Eden xo "Finger," Writer/ProducerMacy Gray feat. Nik West "Stop, Roll," Producer/MusicianAmanda Tinkler "Make You Wanna," Writer/Producer Ashlee + Evan - Ashlee + Evan "I Do," Writer/Producer "Paris," Writer/Producer "Tonic," Writer/Producer "I Want You," Writer/ProducerMacy Gray - Ruby "Witness," Wr