Johnny Brown Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career, Death, Wife, and Net Worth

Johnny Brown
Johnny Brown

Who Is ‘Good Times’ Actor Johny Brown?

Johnny Brown was an actor and musician from the US. Brown is most known for his 1970s CBS comedy Good Times, where he played building supervisor Nathan Bookman. Brown played Bookman on the series until 1979 when it was canceled.

Brown is well recognized for his portly stature, broad endearing smile, movable facial expressions, and easygoing casual joking manner.

Brown was most recognized as Nathan Bookman, the building superintendent on the 1970s CBS comedy Good Times. Bookman was regularly the target of fat jokes directed at the show’s protagonist, J. J. Evans. Brown portrayed Bookman on the show until 1979 when it was terminated.

Early Life of Johnny Brown

He was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.  Johnny Brown’s father’s name is Bud Brown, and his mother’s name is Ruth Hale. He has two siblings:  Bob Einstein and Charles Einstein. Nothing much is known about his childhood life.

Johnny Brown Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Johnny Brown Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

He was born on June 11, 1937. Johnny Brown’s age is 87 years old as of July 2024. His height is 6 feet 2 inches, and he weighs around 85kg. He has brown eyes and black curly hair. Johnny Brown belongs to American nationality, and his zodiac sign is Gemini.

Johnny Brown Education

Nothing much is known about Johny Brown’s educational background. We will update this post when we get some info!

Johnny Brown Personal Life

June Brown is better known as Johnny Brown’s wife. June Brown and Johnny Brown were married for nearly six decades and lived happily together until Johnny’s death.

June Brown is the mother of two daughters, Sharon Brown and John Brown Jr. June Brown is in her eighties and is fairly secretive; as a result, little information about her is available in the media.

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Johnny Brown Professional Career

As a regular cast member of the television series Laugh-in, his early greatest role was as a nightclub promoter and performer. Brown is most noted for his plump body, lovely grin, expressive facial expressions, and easy, pleasant joking manner.

Additionally, Brown featured on The Flip Wilson Show, The Jeffersons, Family Matters, Sister, Sister, The Jamie Foxx Show, The Wayans Bros., and Martin.

Brown starred as a waiter on a railroad dining car in the 1970 film The Out-of-Towners. When Brown was a child growing up in Harlem, he attended school alongside Walter Dean Myers.

In the 1970s, Brown featured in a television ad for the Papermate pen company’s short-lived Write Brothers pen.

The ad featured an elaborate musical piece called “Write On, Brothers, Write On,” which Brown performed as a schoolteacher encouraging his chorus line of kids to utilize this pen for their school projects.

Brown’s voice was used to introduce the compilation CD Comedy Stew: The Best of Redd Foxx in 1997.

Brown recounts in the intro how Norman Lear regarded Brown for the role of Lamont in Sanford and Son, but he was unable to do so due to his prior commitment to Laugh-In, prompting Lear to cast Demond Wilson instead. Brown died at 84 on March 2, 2024.

Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Johnny Brown in 2024

Johnny Brown’s net worth is around $2 million. Brown’s career spanned the years 1961 through 2013. From 1970 to 1972, he was a regular on the television series Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In.

Johnny Brown Dies At 84

Johnny Brown was best known for his portrayal of Nathan Bookman, the housing project administrator on Good Times, who has died. He was 84 years old when he died on March 2, 2024.