ORLANDO Brown is most famously known as an American actor, rapper, and singer who appeared in many iconic shows in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Over the years, Brown has been known to struggle with addiction but has since been on the road to recovery.
What is Orlando Brown’s net worth?
Over the years, Brown has starred in over 55 productions and is most famously known for his roles in Disney’s That’s So Raven, Safe Harbor, and Major Payne.
From 2001 to 2005, Brown was also the voice of Sticky Webb in Disney’s The Proud Family.
As of 2021, Brown’s estimated net worth is $20,000.
While Brown was not very active in the entertainment industry while he worked on overcoming his addiction, according to IMDB, he is making a comeback and is set to star in the movie Bloody Hands, which is scheduled to be released later this year.
Has Orlando Brown been arrested?
Over the years, Brown has been arrested multiple times.
Brown’s arrest record includes:
- February 2016: arrested and charged with domestic batter and drug possession, according to Revolt
- January 2018: arrested for battery of a spouse, resisting a police office and possession of drugs, Page Six reported
- June 2018: charged with felony drug possession, as per Page Six
- September 2018: arrested for burglary, according to Page Six
Despite a rocky past, Brown turned his life around in September of 2020 and enrolled in a recovery program and has since overcame his addiction.
He is now spending his time at home with his wife and child.
What have fans said about Orlando Brown’s recovery?
In October of 2021, an old video of Brown resurfaced on Twitter and fans were quick show their support for the actor and congratulate him on his recovery.
“My name is Orlando Brown. You may know me from a little show from back in the day called ‘That’s So Raven,’” Brown said in the video. “I went through a lot. I experimented with crystal meth, with weed. I didn’t know what I was doing. I was addicted to the internet. All kinds of stuff.”
He later went on to praise the church members for “accepting me for who I am,” while enrolled in Rise Church’s six-month in-patient program, which he graduated from in November of 2020.
“Should out to Orlando Brown (That’s So Raven). He beat drug addiction, found faith, and has a beautiful family. Love to see that,” one user said while another added, “I saw Orlando Brown trending & I’m glad it’s all good and he’s still doing well in a better place than he was.”
Another fan said: “Even if no one else notices, I’m really proud of Orlando Brown. He overcame his addiction and really turned his life around.”
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).
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