Barry Brown

Mostly Credited As: Barry Brown
Birth Name: Donald Barry Brown
Date Of Birth: April 19, 1951 (Age 27)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: San Jose, California
Date Of Death: June 27, 1978
Cause Of Death: Suicide by gunshot (Silver Lake, CA)
Height: 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Barry Brown

Barry Brown got his first television role in 1970, appearing in an episode of Then Came Bronson. He went on to achieve some success with appearances in films like Daisy Miller and Bad Company. He had numerous television appearances on popular shows including Marcus Welby, M.D., Barnaby Jones and Rhoda. His last role was in the made-for-tv movie Lawman Without a Gun starring Louis Gossett Jr. which was aired after Brown's death.

According to his brother, James Brown, their dysfunctional family was troubled by crime, alcoholism and drug addiction. Barry and his sister, actress Marilyn Brown, both committed suicide.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Testimony of Two Men (1977)As: Howard Best
Episode Cast Credits 

Hallmark Hall Of Fame (1951) 
  The Disappearance of Aimee 26x01: (Nov/17/1976) As Wallace Moore 

Police Woman (1974) 
  Mother Love 02x22: (Feb/24/1976) As Scott Swanson 

Barnaby Jones (1973) 
  Hostage 04x17: (Jan/15/1976) As Cory Doyle 

Joe Forrester (1975) 
  The End of Summer 01x11: (Dec/16/1975) As Unknown 

Rhoda (1974) 
  'S Wonderful 01x14: (Dec/02/1974) As Jimmy Klein 

Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969) 
  In My Father's House 03x03: (Sep/28/1971) As Mike Kiley 
  Go Get 'Em, Tiger 01x19: (Feb/10/1970) As Greg Wells Jr. 

Night Gallery (1970) 
  Clean Kills and Other Trophies 01x12: (Jan/06/1971) As Archie Dittman Jr. 

The Mod Squad (1968) 
  The Judas Trap 03x11: (Dec/08/1970) As Dana Sterling, [Co-Guest Stars]
  The Uptight Town 01x19: (Feb/18/1969) As Don Jennings, [Co-Guest Stars]

Gunsmoke (1955) 
  The Witness 16x11: (Nov/23/1970) As Jared Sprague 

Ironside (1967) 
  A Killing Will Occur 04x01: (Sep/17/1970) As Charles Borrow, [Co-Guest Stars]

The Bold Ones: The Senator (1970) 
  To Taste of Death But Once 01x01: (Sep/13/1970) As Steve Lascoe, [Co-Guest Stars]

Then Came Bronson (1969) 
  Lucky Day 01x19: (Feb/04/1970) As Len 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Film Night (1970)• Producer

Episode Crew

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His sister, Marilyn Brown, also committed suicide by jumping from a bridge.

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