Timothy Brown Wiki – Timothy Brown Bio
Thomas Allen Brown (May 24, 1937 – April 4, 2020), known also as Timothy Brown and Timmy Brown, was an American actor, singer, and professional American football player.
Timothy Brown, a former NFL running back who later appeared in the film and television versions of “M * A * SH”, died on April 4 of complications from dementia, according to reports. He was 82 years old. Brown, who became a correctional officer in Los Angeles after retiring from acting, had been living in Palm Springs, California. Born in Indiana, Brown played college football at Ball State University in Muncie, and then played for the Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Baltimore Colts in a 10-year career in the NFL.
Timothy Brown Age
He was 82 years old.
Timothy Brown Death & Cause
He passed away earlier this week from complications related to dementia, according to Fox News.
Timothy Brown Roll In “M*A*S*H” Film
Brown’s acting career began while he was still a football player, appearing on an episode of the TV series “The Wild Wild West” in 1967.
He later won roles in the Robert Altman-directed films “M*A*S*H” (1970) and “Nashville” (1975), as well as several so-called “Blaxploitation” films, including “Sweet Sugar” and “Black Gunn” (both 1972), and “Dynamite Brothers” (1974).
In the film version of “M*A*S*H,” Brown played Corporal Judson. In the TV series he played Capt. Oliver Jones, a character who had been played in the movie by another former NFL player, Fred Williamson.
The Jones character was written out of the show after the first season, but Brown was one of only four actors to appear in both versions of “M*A*S*H,” joining Gary Burghoff (“Radar”), G. Wood (“Gen. Hammond”) and Corey Fischer (“Capt. Bandini”).
Brown also made appearances on TV series such as “Adam-12” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”
Timothy Brown Family & Children
Brown is survived by a son, two grandchildren and a sister. Funeral services are being delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Inquirer reported.
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