Issac Ryan Brown is an American teen actor who came to the limelight after appearing in the televised talent show ‘America's Got Talent’ at the age of six. The Detroit boy since then has appeared in many television shows playing guest roles as well as regular ones. He has also done voiceovers in television shows and his growing popularity has brought him several commercial campaigns as well. It was his dancing skills which he showcased in the talent show ‘America's Got Talent’ in 2012 that helped him find his footing in the show business. He has appeared in Disney’s family sitcom ‘Raven's Home’ and has also featured in shows like ‘The Stinky & Dirty Show’ as a voice artist. Many of Ryan Brown’s characters have successfully managed to find a place in the audiences’ hearts. Some of his adorable roles in shows like ‘Black-ish’, and ‘Devious Maids’ have endeared him to the viewers further.
Issac Ryan Brown first appeared in the talent show ‘America’s Got Talent’ at the age of six in 2012. He participated as a dancer on the show and performed on a cover of the song ‘I Want You Back’. He didn’t progress much further in the show but the performance did give him the spotlight he needed to make a career in the show business. He received a lot of offers immediately after his stint on the show. He made his debut as an actor on the show ‘Sam & Cat’ as ‘Kip’ in 2013. In the subsequent year, Ryan Brown appeared in two shows ‘The Soul Man’ and ‘Garfunkel and Oates’.
In 2015, he appeared in the comedy-drama show ‘Devious Maids’. The show featured Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramirez, Roselyn Sanchez, and Judy Reyes. Ryan Brown portrayed the role of ‘Deion’. In the same year, Ryan Brown appeared in shows like ‘Black Jesus’, ‘Adam Ruins Everything’, and ‘The Neverlands,’ all as a guest artist. In the animated series ‘Bubble Guppies’, Ryan Brown did the voice of ‘Goby’ for 12 episodes. He also did voice acting in shows like ‘Whisker Haven Tales with the Palace Pets’, ‘Miles from Tomorrowland’ and ‘Puppy Dog Pals’. Brown was a regular on these shows and established himself as a voice artist in the industry.
He portrayed the character of ‘Young Dre’ in the comedy show ‘Black-ish’ for 27 episodes between 2014 and 2019. He also featured in the animated show ‘The Stinky & Dirty Show’ for 20 episodes and appeared in the show ‘Family Guy’. In 2017, Ryan Brown was cast for the role of ‘Booker Baxter’ in the family sitcom ‘Raven's Home’. Brown portrayed the son of the lead character ‘Raven Baxter’ (the character played by Raven-Symoné) in the show. He is also the twin brother of the character ‘Nia Baxter-Carter’, played by Navia Robinson. This role earned him much fame as a teen actor and made the audience fall in love with him.