Watch the SAG Stream Here

January 21, 2018

Watch the People TV Live Stream from tonight’s Screen Actors Guild Red Carpet.

Entertainment Weekly Celebrates Screen Actors Guild Award Nominees

January 21, 2018

Last night Sterling attended the Entertainment Weekly Celebrates Screen Actors Guild Award Nominees last night at Chateau Marmont.

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Sterling K. Brown: Award-winning actor and devoted family man

January 19, 2018

A beautiful new article from the Associated Press on Sterling.

NEW YORK – The morning after making history as the first black man to win a Golden Globe Award for lead actor in a TV drama, Sterling K. Brown fulfilled an acceptance speech promise: He took his 6-year-old son Andrew to school.

Brown said he was “humbled” by the Golden Globe win for his role on NBC’s “This is Us” and will “cherish it” all his life.

Family time is important to Brown, who also has a 2-year-old son Amare with his actress-wife Ryan Michelle Bathe.

“I did not have children so I could see them every three months,” he said in a recent interview with the Associated Press.

He said their connection serves him as an actor.

“Young people infuse you with so much vivacity. There is so much to learn. Every acting school teaches you to get back in touch with the child inside of you. Once I became a parent it became easier to a certain extent because I was surrounded by it all the time,” he said.

Brown, 41, plays devoted family man Randall Pearson who was adopted by white parents as a baby on “This is Us.”

“I love his intellect, his heart and all of his corniness,” said Brown, who won an Emmy last year for his portrayal of Pearson.

Brown will guest star on Fox’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” where he will appear with Andre Braugher, the black actor who won a leading-actor Emmy Award almost 20 years ago.

“It exceeded expectations,” Brown said of shooting scenes for the show.

He also has a role in “Black Panther,” the Marvel movie about the first black superhero, scheduled to open Feb. 16.

“The level of production of a film with a predominantly African-American cast, it hasn’t happened. It literally hasn’t happened. There would be times I would be at base camp and you would see 24 trailers lined up one after the next, and you would see black faces coming out of those trailers one by one to go shoot something and there’s pride,” he said. “I would get misty.”

Viewing parties are being scheduled around the country for “Black Panther,” but the most important one for Brown is the screening that he’ll have with son, Andrew.

“I’m a cinephile. I love going to the flicks. I remember going to see ‘Superman’ and ‘Batman.’ Now I get to take my son to go see ‘Black Panther,’ and Chad (Boseman) as Black Panther will be as normal for him as Christopher Reeve as Superman was for me,” he said. “That means something. There’s a normalization that occurs so you’re not so starved to see images of yourself onscreen.”

Brown says his method for choosing roles is to find projects that help him grow. He’s trying to vary studio opportunities with stories that are more independent and character-driven. And he enjoys the challenge of adapting to different sets.

“The set of ‘Black Panther’ is different than the set of (his movie) ‘Marshall,’ and you have something to learn from both, but they’re two different skill sets. On ‘Black Panther’ you shoot maybe a page or two a day. … I’m on television and we’ll shoot eight pages in a day. It is a skill that needs to be exercised.”

Sterling K. Brown On His NAACP Image Award Win For ‘This Is Us’

January 19, 2018

Sterling at the NAACP Image Awards

January 19, 2018

Another award for Sterling …. this time at the NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series.

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Sterling K. Brown: I’m Open to Exploring Tension Between Randall and Beth on ‘This Is Us’

January 19, 2018

Sterling talks about the tension between Beth & Randall with US Weekly.

Beth and Randall are one of many beloved couples on This Is Us, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have some troubles of their own. After taking home the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actor in a Drama for his role as Randall Pearson on the hit show, Sterling K. Brown told reporters that he hopes to see the show look more into their romance.

“I would love to explore the background of the relationship with Beth and Randall, how they came to be. For Randall, to have been raised by his white family, it was really awesome to go to Howard University and see that he had this yearning for his culture. Obviously, he chose this beautiful black woman for his wife, so I’m curious as to how that came to be,” Brown, 41, explained. “I also want to spend a little bit more time with my sister because the twins have a very strong connection with one another. My brother and I have a very strong connect with one another, and I want to explore more the relationship between Randall and Kate. So those are two things that are on my mind right now.”

As for what he wouldn’t want to see happen on the show, the Emmy winner said he’d never want the audience to feel like Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) and Randall weren’t going to make it — because in the end, they are.

“There’s no drama without tension, so I’m always interested in exploring the tension between Beth and Randall without it ever seeming like this couple is going to be in trouble. My wife and I, we have conflict, we go through stuff all the time, but we’re never in a position where we think that this is a deal breaker,” he added. “So I’d like to see things that married folks have to work through in order to make marriage work. I’m always intrigued by that, but I don’t ever want the audience to feel like, ‘Oh my God, are Beth and Randall not going to make it?’ We’re going to make it, but you’re going to have to work to make it. I’m always curious to see that.”

Sterling at the Critic’s Choice Awards

January 19, 2018

I have added images of Sterling arriving at the Critic’s Choice Awards last week! Congrats to Sterling on his win for Best Actor!

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