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Jim Brown

Full / Real Name: James Nathaniel Brown
Born: 17 February 1936 (85 years old)
Gender: Male

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Jim Brown is an American former professional football player who has also made his mark as an actor, best known for his exceptional and record-setting nine-year career as a running back for the NFL Cleveland Browns, from 1957-1965.

In 2002, he was named by The Sporting News as the greatest professional football player ever.


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Character

Himself

John Casey

Himself

Byron Williams

Frank Barnett

Detective Jim Cody


LATEST ARTICLES

New on TV today: Wednesday 20 October

Men choose Russian brides in VIA's Ram vir 'n Rus as new novelas start on Star Life and Zee.


New! Broken Hearts Teasers - October 2021

Introducing the first teasers for Star Life's new series about the impact of a 20-year age difference on a couple.


Top Shows on TV: September 2021

The reload of The Estate on SABC1 knocks the primetime broadcast off S3's Top 20 list.


Voëlvry Teasers - November 2021

BOOM! A house explodes. Also: Another murder.


Legacy 2 Teasers - November 2021

Guess who's back, back again....Msizi!


Big Brother Mzansi: Revived! and now casting in 2021

The search is ON for housemates for reality TV's comeback kid.


New on TV today: Tuesday 19 October

A new show joins two returning ones on VIA, as med drama Nurses returns to Universal.


New! Wedding Planners Teasers - October 2021

Introducing the first teasers for Star Life's new 21h00 novela ahead of its premiere on Tuesday (19th).


The Red Room Teasers - November 2021

Boncuk's sister and Doctor discuss putting her in a facility.


Deur Dik en Dun 3 Teasers - November 2021

Faruk annouces he is leaving the company. Also: Esma's condition is worsening.

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