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CoCoa Brown stars in "Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse" on TBS as Jennifer.

Hailing from Newport News, Virginia, comedienne CoCoa Brown has performed in front of a variety of audiences including the Kennedy Center Honors and Def Comedy Jam Tour. She has toured with Bill Bellamy's "Who's Got Jokes" competition and has appeared on nine consecutive seasons of BET's "Comic View," twice being voted Funniest Female on the popular show. She was reigning champion in the Comedy TKO on "Showtime at the Apollo," and she has appeared on the Starz in Black comedy series "The 1st Amendmen,t" produced by Martin Lawrence. She has also been featured on Comedy Central's "Comic Groove" with Tracy Morgan and is a featured comedian on BET's stand-up show, "One Mic Stand."

CoCoa's film credits include "Lakeview Terrace" with Samuel L. Jackson, "American Carol" with Kelsey Grammar, "Hittin' the Bricks" with Dr. Dre, "Blue Moon," "Robbin' in da Hood" and "Mahogany Blues." She also appeared in the cutting edge comedy "Biting Personalities at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival" and is slated to star in director John Singleton's new film, "Fight for Love" with Tyrese Gibson and Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson.

On television, CoCoa has played a concerned parent on "The Young and The Restless," a sassy receptionist on NBC's "Las Vegas," a baker with allergies to chocolate on "ER," and a cheeky mail lady on AMC's "Breaking Bad." In the sketch comedy arena, she has played Star Jones on Nick Cannon's "Short Circuitz," a "spooky" beautician on Ashton Kutcher's "Room 401" and a judge from hell on "Next," all on MTV. She has also portrayed Morgan Freeman's mother and Barack Obama's biggest fan on Frank Caliendo's sketch show, "Frank TV," and the queen of ghetto beat downs on Comedy Central's "Chocolate News," created by David Allen Grier. She also said what everyone wanted to say about Delicious' rear end on the second season of VH1's "Flava of Love."

Cocoa is also a popular columnist, writing for publications like Honey and In the Mix magazines on a monthly basis, and has written numerous half hour comedy scripts, including the webisode series "The Raynecat Show," in which she plays the crazy, keeping-it-too-real character of LaTanya. She also is a series regular on the web series, "Curls," playing a trainer at a local gym that every woman can relate to ... She actually eats!

But stand up comedy is Cocoa's first love and she continues to tour throughout the country performing at clubs and colleges. She has also traveled abroad to Europe and Asia as well as to the Caribbean and Latin America. Cocoa's motto is "Making the world laugh, one truth at a time."


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Height: 5' 5"
Full Name / Real Name: Farah Brown
Birthplace: Newport News, VA

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