Miles Brown celebrated his 18th birthday with a SoulTrain themed party at The Catwalk Club in Los Angeles, CA over the weekend. And of course, the 18-year-old celebrated his birthday with some of his famous friends.
For much of the party, Miles dressed as Michael Jackson and most of his guests dressed in 70s clothing attire.
Those famous friends in attendance included Marsai Martin, Diddy’s twins, Jessie James and D’Lila Combs, Marcus Scribner, and Skai Jackson, just to name a few.
Brown’s actual birthday was on December 28, 2022. The young actor has been in the public eye since he started dancing at the age of three-years-old. The talented young man has been featured on shows such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Conan, The Steve Harvey Show, America’s Got Talent, Yo Gabba Gabba, and Battlefield America, showing off his dance moves.
Brown transitioned to include actor, executive producer, dancer, and rapper on his resume as he portrayed the role of Jack Johnson on the hit ABC show Black-ish, where his costars became more than castmates, they became family.
“It’s fun for me because I was able to grow up and have that experience with Marsai, and with Marcus and Yara, because they were all my age and we’re all doing the same thing, going through the same thing, feeling the same way,” Brown said in a past interview with The New York Post. “So it was like that backbone that we could always lean on, just like a regular sisters, regular brothers. So I think that was really fun. Now they’re all grown up. We’re all doing our own thing. We all succeeded in our own way.”
And successful, Brown has unquestionably been! In addition to all that he is doing, Brown has a love for any and all things NBA. He has also served on the NBA council board as the official Jr. NBA/NBA correspondent.
Not too long ago in 2020, the talented teen debuted his own music, “We the Future,” and has plans to create his own film/TV production company.
However, there is one role that Brown would LOVE to portray on either the big or small screen. And that role would be…Miles Morales.
“I’m Afro-Latino, my name is Miles. I fit the age perfectly, fit the height, right? You know, so tell Marvel to hit me up, man,” he said.
Congratulations on reaching another birthday milestone! We cannot wait to see what the future holds for you. We know that it will unquestionably be amazing.
Photo Credit(s)/Featured Image: Miles Brown Instagram