Arvin Brown was born on May 24, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is a famous director.
Brown has directed over 50 projects including movies and TV serials since 1975.
He has directed the TV serials such as: "The Closer", "Private Practice" and "Everwood".
Brown has also directed the movies like: "Blessings", "The Gin Game" and "Open House".
He was nominated for Broadway's Tony Award as Best Director for two years in a row, for "The National Health" in 1975 and "Ah, Wilderness!" in 1976.
Why is he famous?
Brown is famous for directing the movie "Ah, Wilderness!".
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