Miles Brown

The Artistic Evolution of Miles Brown

Discover the journey of Miles Brown as he transforms from a talented child dancer to a prominent actor and musician. Explore his multi-faceted evolution.


Nov. 13 2023, Published 10:17 p.m. ET

The entertainment industry is filled with supremely talented young artists. Some young actors are building a catalog of impressive roles in television and film. There are young musicians who are wowing the audience with their rapping and/or singing abilities. However, not many young artists can claim to excel in multiple domains.

Miles Brown, however, can claim to be a proven multi-domain artist. Not only has he built a reputation as a rising actor, but he has also shown that he can dance and rap, too.

So, how has Brown evolved as an artist over his 20 years? Let's explore the artistic evolution.


Brown started performing as a dancing artist at a young age. By the time he was four years old, he was showcasing his talents on talk shows and music videos. He appeared in season seven of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

He also competed on America's Got Talent as one of the dance duo Future Funk. They made it to the quarterfinals of America's Got Talent before being eliminated. However, they stuck together and continued performing together for about another year. They performed at the World of Dance several times.

From 2011, he continued dancing solo. Miles was featured in Aloe Blac's music video "Loving You Is Killing Me" in 2011. He also competed in many dance battles the same year, including Juste Debout, a street dance festival.

Even though he ventured into another form of performance arts in the form of acting, he continued to dance. He performed as a member of the Emanon Dance Crew at the Vibe Dance Competition in 2014.

He would sometimes perform with his dad despite having a busy schedule. In 2018, he was cast in the first season of Dancing with the Stars: Juniors. Dancing with Rylee Arnold, they competed to the final stage of the competition. The duo became runners-up.

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While he had made on-screen appearances as an actor in a commercial and appearances in Shameless and Raising Hope, he delved into acting seriously when he was cast as Jack Jackson in Black-ish. He was a series regular over the eight seasons of the series, where he made a name for himself as an actor.

During the first few seasons of the series, Brown portrayed Jack as a cheeky character nearly full of mischief, topped up by a concoction of kindness, naivety, and softness. However, as Brown (and Jack) grew, he evolved the character into a wholesome, fun character.

He also appeared in the show's spin-off, Mixed-ish.

From 2014, Brown would flex his acting skills with numerous appearances on television (such as Drunk History and Arcane) and films (such as Boy Genius, Two Bellmen, and How to Catch a Ghost).

In 2015, he started voice acting, voicing Jack in Goldie & Bear.


Brown did not finish exploring his artistic talents with dancing and acting. In 2020, he released his first music video of him rapping. In October of the same year, he published his first album, "We the Future," featuring various artists, including his dad.

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