Kevin Brown aka Dot Com/ Uptown Kevin Brown/ Kevin “Dot Com” Brown /30 Rock Dot Com/ Dot Com, is a winner of the 15th annual “SAG” Screen Actors Guild Award, for his portrayal of “Dot Com,” in N.B.C.’s “30 ROCK (winner of multiple “EMMY awards” and “GOLDEN GLOBES)”. Dot Com was on 30 Rock for seven seasons starring opposite Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan. Dot Com plays a Bodyguard, Best Friend and right hand of the eccentric Tracy Jordan portrayed by Actor/Comedian Tracy Morgan. Dot Com was par
Kevin Brown aka Dot Com/ Uptown Kevin Brown/ Kevin “Dot Com” Brown /30 Rock Dot Com/ Dot Com, is a winner of the 15th annual “SAG” Screen Actors Guild Award, for his portrayal of “Dot Com,” in N.B.C.’s “30 ROCK (winner of multiple “EMMY awards” and “GOLDEN GLOBES)”. Dot Com was on 30 Rock for seven seasons starring opposite Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan.
Dot Com plays a Bodyguard, Best Friend and right hand of the eccentric Tracy Jordan portrayed by Actor/Comedian Tracy Morgan. Dot Com was part of the entourage “Grizz and Dot Com” that won the hearts of millions of viewers. 30 Rock takes place behind the scenes of a fictional live sketch comedy series depicted on NBC as the TGS show. 30 Rock can be seen on Netflix.
“30 Rock” referred to the address of the GE Building. 30 Rockefeller Plaza location of NBC Studios; alternately known as the Comcast building.
NBC released the webisode “Livin’XL with Grizz and Dot Com” based on demand the fourth season as an opportunity to develop Dot Com’s character. Various clips of the series “Livin’XL with Grizz and Dot Com” achieved high viewerships on the 30 Rock website. Twenty (20+) years ago Dot Com and his brother Andre created and produced “The Uptown Comedy Club” TV show (FOX five network), which ran four seasons. The live creation, “The Uptown Comedy Club” (was located in the heart of Harlem on 125th St.). The Uptown Comedy Club experienced National success in the 80’s and 90’s. Kevin Brown aka Dot Com managed and taught some of the most successful comedians i.e. JB Smoove “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Flex Alexander “ UPN’s One on One” and Tracy Morgan “Saturday Night Live” and “NBC’s 30 Rock”, to name a few.
Dot Com changed gears to become a “Stand-up Comedian and American Actor.” As a Stand-up Comedian, Dot Com was featured on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien, “Nick Jr. Nick Moms at Night,” NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, and “BET’s Comic View,”, etc. Dot Com frequented “Ha Comedy Club’s stage, opened for Tracy Morgan at Carolines (May 2010), hosted Legendary vocalist Rev Al Green at the Legend’s Club “ B.B. King for soulful, inspired music, and headlined comedy venues throughout the country and Canada.
Dot Com studied acting at the T. Schreiber Studio. In addition to his role on 30 Rock, Dot Com appeared in Sara Jessica Parker’s blockbusters “Did you hear about the Morgans?” and Sex in the City Part 2 (SATC2). He was in an episode of Castle, “Royal Pains” on USA TNT TV, in a scene with Leo Dicaprio in “The Departed”. “ Lucky Number Slevin,” “50 Cents Get Rich Or Die Trying,” Lindsay Lohan’s “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen,” and “Delirious” (starring Steve Buscemi).
Dot Com is a Certified Black Belt in the martial arts, highly skilled in the Judo & Wolfox Karate disciplines. He starred in the DVD for martial arts epic titled, “The Empty Hands” featuring the skills of some of the hottest practitioners and champions in the USA. Dot Com participated in numerous Comic Cons including the New York Comic Con, the Chicago Comic Entertainment Expo (C2E2) and the Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles California.
In production is the documentary “The Uptown Comedy Club: The Birth of Hip Hop Comedy” presented by Dot Com Entertainment. This “House of Black”, as it was known, was a platform for Black comedians and Black audiences to enjoy the great comedy of and by people who looked like them right in the Harlem neighborhood until 2002. It celebrates and pays homage to the Uptown Comedy Club.
Additionally, Dot Com is booking shows throughout the country as he launches the “One Joke Wonder”. “I want your best joke!” says Dot Com.
I became a product of my own environment in a "World of Black" as the owner of the Uptown Comedy Club in Harlem. In that...
1989 my older and only brother Andre (Dre) and I started “the Uptown Comedy Club”. The Uptown Comedy Club launched sever...