The 100 Most Influential People of 2018

April 19, 2018

Sterling is featured on the Time 100 List for 2018. Sterling’s friend Sarah Paulson wrote a highlight about Sterling.

Sterling K. Brown was born ready.

I remember the first day I saw him on the set of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, our eyes meeting from across a re-created D.A.’s office. In an instant it was clear: Sterling had come to play. Every day was like having a front-row seat in a master class on readiness, a meditation on seizing opportunity, but most unexpectedly, on JOY.

When you’ve been a player since you were in the womb, been forced to sit on the bench, and suddenly find yourself the MVP, no one would be surprised if fear or neurosis took hold. But when your name is Sterling K. Brown, what you choose to summon is your joy. If you ever have the pleasure of having him smile at you, laugh the laugh of a buddha from his soul, you would count yourself among the lucky. But you haven’t lived until you’ve seen him swagger toward you whilst singing “Who’s That Lady?,” radiating light brighter than E.T.’s fingertip.

Sterling runs to run; the joy for him is in the doing. That he finds himself vaulted into the firmament—where he belongs—is merely glorious icing.

Sterling & Ryan to Be Featured On OWN’s Black Love

April 13, 2018

Brooklyn 99 Video: Is Sterling K. Brown About to Get Away With Murder?

March 29, 2018

TV Line gives us a peek at Sterling on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

He’s already played a criminal prosecutor on The People v. O.J. Simpson. Now, Sterling K. Brown is venturing over to the other side of the law to portray a murder suspect on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

TVLine has your exclusive first look at the very special bottle episode (airing Easter Sunday at 8:30/7:30c on Fox), which is inspired by the Homicide classic “Three Men and Adena.” The This Is Us star, who takes on the role of suspected killer Philip Davidson, is the subject of an all-night interrogation by Andy Samberg’s Det. Peralta and Homicide alum Andre Braugher’s Captain Holt.

In the following clip, Jake takes the lead and grills Davidson about his whereabouts on the night of the murder. He quickly gets thrown off track when he makes reference to a classic video game, and Davidson gives him a helpful tip.

Captures from Saturday Night Live

March 15, 2018

Added captures of Sterling’s hosting on Saturday Night Live to the gallery.



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Images from Saturday Night Live

March 14, 2018

I have added stills and bumper images of Sterling from this past weekend’s Saturday Night Live. I especially love these amazing Bumper Images that were taken by Mary Ellen Matthews.


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Sterling Hosting SNL: Season 43 Episode 15

March 11, 2018

In case you missed any of Sterling’s awesome night on SNL!

Opening Monologue

Sterling K. Brown tries – and fails – to not get emotional about hosting Saturday Night Live.

This Is U.S.

NBC presents This Is U.S., the real-life drama happening in our government every day, starring Ben Carson (Sterling K. Brown), Sarah Hucakbee Sanders (Aidy Bryant), Stormy Daniels (Cecily Strong), Jared Kushner (Pete Davidson) and Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon).

Family Feud: Oscars Edition – SNL

Frances McDormand (Kate McKinnon), Guillermo Del Toro (Beck Bennett), Allison Janney (Heidi Gardner) and Jordan Peele (Chris Redd) take on Common (Sterling K. Brown), Sally Hawkins (Melissa Villaseñor), Willem Dafoe (Alex Moffat) and Timothée Chalamet (Pete Davidson).

Family Dinner-Shrek

Justin (Sterling K. Brown) can’t believe his girlfriend’s (Melissa Villaseñor) parents (Aidy Bryant, Beck Bennett) don’t love Shrek.

Doctor Love

A doctor (Sterling K. Brown) can’t stop from getting involved in his patient’s (Beck Bennett) love life.

Sasquatch

Campers (Sterling K. Brown, Heidi Gardner, Melissa Villaseñor, Mikey Day, Pete Davidson) try to befriend a Sasquatch when it invades their campsite.

Black Panther New Scene

When T’Challa (Chris Redd) travels to Djalia, he meets his great, great grandfather (Sterling K. Brown), great aunt (Leslie Jones) and Uncle M’Butu (Kenan Thompson).

Movie Coverage

Jason (Sterling K. Brown) has a hard time filming his close-up when the script supervisor (Cecily Strong) reads his co-star’s lines.

Saturday Night Love! The Reviews are in!

March 11, 2018

Last night Sterling made his debut hosting on Saturday Night Live … and the reviews are showering Sterling with lots of Love!

Saturday Night Live Recap: Sterling K. Brown Slays as This Is Us Goes to D.C.

Tonight, This is Us star Sterling K. Brown hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time. The two-time Emmy-winner has admitted to being nervous about his first round at Studio 8H but–as anyone could have predicted–he was nothing short of sensational. Tonight was big fun, and now it’s just a question of when Brown will be invited back for round two.

Sterling K. Brown Brings the Tears in Epic ‘This Is Us’ Parody on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Brown shined from the moment he took the stage, where he jokingly struggled to fight back tears during his hilarious monologue.

“I actually have a reputation for being pretty sensitive,” Brown explained. “But what can I say? I’m an actor, and I wear my emotions on my sleeve.”

He only made it a few moments in before the feelings began to well up inside him about getting to host the show for the first time, and he had to psych himself up yelling, “Wooo! Get it together, Sterling Kathleen, it’s all good.”

Sterling K. Brown’s This Is Us Spoof Is What Saturday Night Live Was Made For

For Sterling K. Brown’s first turn as host of Saturday Night Live, he boldly went where so many past guest stars have gone before: Trump’s cabinet.

In Brown’s case, the This Is Us star suited up to become former presidential candidate-turned-embattled Director of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, whose whimpery voice and pout Brown has down to a science, even without the whitened scruff.

SNL: Sterling K. Brown Nails Ben Carson in Hilarious ‘This Is U.S.’ Parody

With Sterling K. Brown hosting Saturday Night Live for the first time this week, a parody of NBC’s This Is Us seemed inevitable. But we did not know he would be playing Dr. Ben Carson.

“Millions of Americans have tuned in to the show that’s captivating a nation,” the announcer read, before revealing Brown as President Trump’s HUD secretary.

“Dr. Ben Carson, what’s wrong?” an aide asks him. “All of it. All of it is wrong,” he replies. Later, his wife laughs in his face when he tells her he runs the Department of Housing and Urban Development instead of something that has any relation to his career as a brain surgeon.

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