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Tai Brown is an American actress. Born in the Bronx to Jamaican parents, her mother a cosmetologist, raised her in a Caribbean New York City home. She is a conversational Italian speaker after living in Florence, Italy for a year. Former member of the professional dance company Jr. K (same company J. Lo was a part of before ‘In Living Color’) performing at 3 consecutive Puerto Rican Day parades. Since a young age she has performed in both community theaters and off-Broadway productions, including writing, starring and producing ‘Borderline Bitter’. This work lead to the New York State Governor’s Committee of Scholastic Achievement for Character, Citizenship, Scholarship and Service award. Graduate of the fame school Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School and a Bachelor of Science with a Health minor and Drama degree from Syracuse University. After moving to Los Angeles she booked both a national Coca-Cola and a Chipotle commercial. Tai began her television and movie career through the independent film circuit, starring in Semblance (2017) and My Name Here (2018) along with TV roles on forums like Freeform Network. Tai Brown made her network television debut as Addie, a recurring role on ABC’s new drama Grand Hotel (2019).