Kimberly J. Brown is an American actor, best known to American audiences for her starring role as the young teenage witch Marnie Piper on the television series, in which she also starred with Debbie Reynolds. In addition to her appearances on television, Kimberly J. Brown has also made appearances in a number of movies, including Halloween, Bridesmaids and American Pie. She is known for playing the character of Marnie Piper on the television series, which has ranked among the top television shows aired in America. She has also gained a reputation for being one of the best friends of the late Carrie Fisher. She is also a talented singer, with hits including covers of the songs, “The Closer I Get To You”, and her hit cover of the hit song, “Carrie Fisher”.
Kimberly J. Brown was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Her parents, Robert Hunter and Ida Mae Brown, were both teachers. At the age of six, Kimberly was already studying ballet and would later focus on acting. It was at this age that her parents divorced. Her mother then entered the world of show business where she became known for her roles on such shows as The Dick Van Dyke Show, courtroom drama and court-case drama. Eventually, Kimberly J. Brown attended the University of Alabama, where she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in English, which resulted in her becoming a member of the College of Engineering.
Brown has also spent a large amount of time acting in different movies, most notably the remake of Beauty Queen opposite megastar Audrey Hepburn. She appeared in four different versions of the movie, including the original version with James Bond. She was also asked to voice the character of Vesper Greengrass in the film adaptation of Peter Pan, which was very well known at the time. All these role meant that Brown was able to fulfill her childhood dream of being an actress in the American television industry.
In addition to playing the role of a young witch in the first two episodes of season four of The Vampire Princess, Brown has appeared in a number of other television shows, including episodes of Family Ties (also for ABC), Dancing With The Stars, Roseanne, Hawaii Five-0, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure as well as an episode of Entourage. In fact, her appearance on The Vampire Princess was one of the main reasons why The Vampire Princess was such a big hit with audiences – people loved to see a pretty, young actress playing a deadly, evil witch. Although it’s unlikely that The Vampire Princess will ever receive a sequel, the show will still be remembered fondly by fans, who will likely continue to watch series like The Vampire Diaries and Smallville.
It is interesting to note that Kimberly J. Brown didn’t start her role as a young witch in The Vampire Princess until the second episode, where she was playing the role of a brides’ maid to the evil queen, Margaret Swan. As it turns out, the character of Margaret Swan – played by Jennifer Aniston – is actually a very real person; she was the love interest of Damon Wayans in the first season of the American television soap opera. Another notable character from The Vampire Princess is Coach Z, a powerful warlock who teaches young witches in America (as well as in England and Scotland) how to combat the supernatural forces that seek to destroy their world. Kimberly J. Brown also played a pivotal role in the second season of Smallville, as the evil Queen Mother, Lavinia.
From The Vampire Princess to Smallville, Kimberly J. Brown has had quite a role to play in American television. Her first three stints on television saw her play supporting characters in both Smallville and The Vampire Princess. While it’s unlikely that we’ll ever see Brown’s version of the evil Queen in an animated feature again (at least not anytime soon), the actress certainly managed to establish a name for herself in the television industry. If you are looking for an all-around strong female role, you can’t go wrong with Smallville.