American actress Rhyon Nicole Brown was born in Los Angeles on October 6, 1992. Her charming personality and talent has led her to become quite a success, especially since she began acting at a young age. The California native was bitten by the acting bug when she was only five, while watching her sister perform in the musical The Wiz at the Los Angeles Theater Center. She tried to convince the theater director to let her play a Munchkin, mouthing the lines of the songs. Though she was too young to participate, she managed to influence the owners of the conservatory to lower the age requirements. The next year, she made her theater debut in Amazing Grace’s Conservatory, being cast in It’s a Wonderful Life, Ain’t It?
Soon after, Rhyon Nicole Brown began her career in television. She has appeared on a variety of commercials, becoming the face of brands like Disney and The Gap. After her first film in 1999, Santa & Pete, she landed recurring roles on several series. She was seen on My Wife and Kids, Everybody Loves Raymond, Boston Public and ER. She was also on several episodes of Judging Amy, The Bernie Mac Show and the Disney series That’s So Raven. In 2006, Brown was seen on 7th Heaven, following it up with a role in Numb3rs. She has also been seen on the semi-autobiographical film by 50 Cent, titled Get Rich or Die Tryin’ after landing a part on the TV movie Earthquake. She was soon given a role in the ABC Family series Lincoln Heights. Her character is that of Lizzie Sutton, a basketball-loving tomboy trying to adjust to a new home. Brown was also in the series In Plain Sight, as the character Lily McBride. When not acting, she also enjoys traveling, dancing, singing, reading, cheer-leading, and sports, as well as being with her family and friends.