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Robert Curtis Brown (born 27 April 1957; age 67) is an actor who played Sorad in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine second season episode "Sanctuary", credited as Robert Curtis-Brown, and the Ledosian ambassador in the Star Trek: Voyager seventh season episode "Natural Law".

Work in the 1980s[]

Brown made his acting debut in the 1982 telefilm Pilgrim, Farewell (with Christopher Lloyd) which was not seen by many, but Brown got in on the box office success of his feature film debut in the 1983 mega-hit Trading Places (with Bill Cobbs, Nicholas Guest, and Ron Taylor). Also in 1983 was another telefilm, First Affair (with Robin Curtis and Charley Lang). Brown was seen next in Legal Eagles (1986, with David Clennon and Bruce French.

Work in the 1990s[]

Brown entered the decade in yet another telefilm, Children of the Bride (1990, with Conor O'Farrell). Brown got to work with fellow Voyager guest actors Robert Joy and Keith Szarabajka in Hyde in Hollywood (1991). Brown kept up the TV movie trend in 1992's Just My Imagination (with Cristine Rose) as well as Labor of Love: The Arlette Schweitzer Story (1993, with Bill Smitrovich). In 1995, Brown finally gained work on the big screen in the Saturday Night Live-based comedy Stuart Saves His Family (with Michael G. Hagerty, Aaron Lustig, Dakin Matthews, Camille Saviola, and Harris Yulin). Then it was back to TV movies in the 1995 biopic, Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story (with John de Lancie, Daniel Hugh Kelly, and Joel Polis). That same year, Brown worked with Michael Ensign in The Christmas Box. Brown received a role in Same River Twice (1996, with John Putch and Kevin Rahm). From 1996 onward, Brown kept active. Brown was seen in the same year in Full Circle based on the Danielle Steele novel of the same name. The film adaptation also boasted Corbin Bernsen, Nicholas Coster, Mark Kiely, and James Read. Brown ended 1996 in Rolling Thunder (with Yvonne Suhor and Cress Williams). 1997 started Brown off working again with Daniel Hugh Kelly in Stranger in My Home, also co-starring Leigh Taylor-Young. Another co-star from Brown's past was Harris Yulin in the the big-screen comedy Bean (with David Doty, Danny Goldring, and April Grace), which capped off that year. The only film work Brown had in 1998 was another telefilm, A Wing and a Prayer (with Jim Metzler and Leon Russom). 1999 saw Brown in Three Secrets (with Katy Boyer and Jason Brooks). Brown ended the year and the '90s working with another past co-star, Nicholas Coster in Love Happens (with Ryan Bollman and Vince Grant).

Work in the 2000s[]

Brown got to work in the 21st century early appearing in the television movie Unauthorized Brady Bunch: The Final Days (2000, with Lisa Wilcox, David Selburg, and Antony Acker) and Zenon: The Zequel (2001, directed by Manny Coto). He also appeared in Red Dragon (2002, with David Doty, John Billingsley, Michael Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Dennehy, Frank Langella, Mark Moses, John Rubinstein, and Brenda Strong), Catch Me If You Can (2002, featuring Lilyan Chauvin, Thomas Kopache, J. Patrick McCormack, Jimmie F. Skaggs, Robert Symonds, and Malachi Throne), Bruce Almighty (2003, with Michael Bofshever, Christopher Darga, Colby French, Max Grodénchik, Mark Kiely and Annie Wersching), After the Sunset (2004, with Mark Moses and Rachael Harris), Dreamgirls (2006, with Ivar Brogger and Vince Grant), Pandemic (2007, with Bob Gunton and Clyde Kusatsu), Drive Thru (2007, with Gordon Clapp and Clyde Kusatsu)Spider-Man 3 (2007, starring Kirsten Dunst with Paul Terrell Clayton, James Cromwell, Gregg Daniel), and Who's Your Caddy? (2007, with James Avery). High School Musical 2 (2007, with Mark L. Taylor). Brown ended the decade by appearing in The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009, with Glenn Morshower and Stephen Root).

Work in the 2010s[]

Brown kept his television movie career going in 2010's Healing Hands (with Deborah Van Valkenburgh) and Audrey (with Ethan Phillips), and in Cinema Verite (with Thomas Dekker and Dendrie Taylor).

He also appeared in an episode of Raven's Home.

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