MARY CHRISTINA BROWN as "M.C."

Mary Christina Brown is an exotic looking actress with a multi-cultural heritage of Dutch, English, Native American Indian, and Asian. She was born on a military base in Fort Bragg, North Carolina and lived in small towns in the mid-west, Queens of New York, and Hawaii; but was raised in San Francisco. It was in San Francisco where she was compelled to embrace different cultures and the performing arts, including dance, music, theater, art, and martial arts. She booked her first commercial for Fox television at age seven and performed on stage throughout the city.
As a member of the Young People's Musical Theater Company, she was trained in drama, singing, and dance. She was also classically trained in violin, cello, and voice. Mary Christina also studied acting at the young conservatory of A.C.T. and with Philip Bennett at the Bennett Theater Lab in San Francisco. She also attended School of the Arts High School focusing on drama and dance. She danced professionally with Ronnie Reddick with City Slam and Spirit of Polynesia Dance Company. She's modeled for print advertising campaigns and competed in pageants such as Miss Hawaiian Tropic being 1st runners up in the San Francisco Bay Area just to name a few.
After a short stint in Silicon Valley, Mary Christina moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.
As an actress, she played Maricar Sanchez in the Urban comedy "A Night in Compton", which won 2004 audience choice award at the Hollywood Black Film Festival. She also starred opposite Peter Greene (Pulp Fiction, The Usual Suspects, The Black Donnellys) in "King of Hollywood" also featuring Joe Hursley (Accepted), Frederico Castelluccio (Sopranos) , and Ice-T. She was next featured as a candy raver in “Rolling” about the Ecstasy culture in LA, which won audience choice, best feature award in the 2007 San Francisco Independent Film Festival and Danceswithfilms in Los Angeles. She played Lith in “Night of the Dead: Leben Tod”, which won Best Makeup Special FX at the 2006 Shriekfest and Jury Award at the 2006 Chicago Horror film festival. She also starred as Sybil in the horror feature film “Doomed”, which was released to DVD in April 2007. She played Tracy in “That Game of Chess”, a Bollywood movie directed by Raja Bundela and in "Loaded" starring Jesse Metcalfe, coming to theaters in November 2007. She most recently played Aika the sniper in "Another Lonely Day" starring Ron Yuan, Russell Wong, Will Yun Lee, Michelle Lee, directed by Ben Ramsey. You may also have seen her on Kitchen Confidential and Campus Ladies and remember her in the commercial as Mary Ann for The Real Gilligan’s Island on TBS.
As a singer and dancer, Mary Christina has performed with Shar Jackson in the all girl group, Mpulz. She has danced on shows such as the BET Club Comic View, Spike Television’s Mountain Dew Network show, Dance 360, Your Face or Mine?, Boystown, and Spanish shows such as Caliente on Univision and Estudio 2. She has appeared in two of Carlos Santana's music videos featuring Musiq Soulchild and Alex and the Calling, and UK's rising artist Jem in the music video "Wish I" as a featured dancer. She can also be seen dancing in feature films such as "A Talent for Trouble" and as Valentina, Desmonds back-up dancer in the first latin/hip hop reggaeton movie "Spin" and many more.
She has also shown talent working behind the camera. She most recently co-produced a project "Another Lonely Road" starring Ron Yuan, Russell Wong, Will Yun Lee, Michelle Lee and directed by Ben Ramsey. As a producer she has also worked with such talents Joe Hursley (Accepted) also known for his band "The Ringers", the YMI top fashion model Lauren James and Luca Palanca (Made in Brooklyn). She worked in production as an associate producer on the feature film "Shut Up and Shoot!" directed by Silvio Pollio starring Joe Cortese, Tom Sizemore, Gary Busey, Daniel Baldwin, John Savage, Willie Gault, and Debra Wilson. She worked with award winning director Jon Shear (Urbania) producing comedy videos featuring comedian/writer Sam Brown (The whitest kids you know) and Christa Flanagan (Mad TV, the Epic movie) and produces and art directs on several photo shoots with models and celebrities and editorials for magazines. Rolling Ecstasy Drugs Party Dance DJ Pills E MDMA Movie Thizz Extasy Electronic Rave Underground Rolling Gay Lesbian House Music Ketamine Pot Marijuana Weed Film Festival Trance Electro

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