Josef Brown is an Australian actor, dancer and choreographer. Brown attended The McDonald College of the Arts and the Australian Ballet School, where he was promoted to soloist in 1994. He joined the Sydney Dance Company in 1997 and appeared in and choreographed various productions. Brown originated the role of Johnny Castle in the stage adaptation of Dirty Dancing. For his portrayal of Johnny, Brown won the Outstanding Performance in a Stage Musical accolade at the 2005 Australian Dance Awards.
|Born:||Oct 08, 1969, Woomera, Australia|
|Occupation:||Actor, dancer, choreographer|
|IMDb:||Josef Brown's IMDb|
About Josef Brown
Notable for his Australian Dance Award-winning performance in the original Australian and European stage productions of Dirty Dancing, he is also famous for his work in the teen television series Dance Academy, as well as for his role as Sergeant Matt Turner on the popular Australian soap opera Neighbours.
After training at the Australian Ballet School in the early 1990s, he began dancing with and choreographing for the Sydney Dance Company.
In 2011, he appeared in the Starz miniseries Spartacus: Gods of the Arena.
His marriage to dancer Katherine Griffiths resulted in two children.
He and Xenia Goodwin both appeared in the first season of Dance Academy.
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- Australian male ballet dancers
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