Welcome to Tyree Brown's the Official Site. You may recognize Tyree from NBC's Parenthood or maybe from his numerous print jobs and commercials. Here you will find all the news and up to date information about this talented young actor. For Industry Professionals looking to learn more about Tyree, please click on his above for an overview of information.


05 Jul 2016
Operation: Neighborhood Watch
If you haven't seen Tyree's film Operation: Neighborhood Watch yet, make sure to do so! It is a movie for the whole family staring Denise Richards and the mystery involved will keep you guessing until the end. Tyree plays the role of Mike, one of the neighborhood kids who is obsessed with film making. He is currently trying to do a movie about cats and notices that the ones in the neighborhood are disappearing. He and his friends think James' neighbor is behind it, a modern day Frankenstein. What lengths do the kids go to to solve the mystery? Well the media section only contains a couple of scenes as Tyree is in majority of the film, so make sure to see the movie on DVD or Video on Demand!

Tyree appears in a still released by the production company to help promote the film, and what a great shot it is of the cast together in a scene. While filming this movie Tyree made so many new friends with his co-stars, the crew, and he, Caitlin, Luke, and Jacob were having so much fun each and every day between takes. They would take to their Instagram accounts to share fun photos, and the production crew were also taking some throughout the shoot. When all was said and done, the scenes were all filmed, there was nothing left to do but....have a wrap party! What a great way to conclude this fantastic experience filming the movie, and images from filming to screencaps can now be found in the gallery.

Posted by: Lisa

03 Mar 2016
Criminal Minds
Tyree was in last night's episode of Criminal Minds and hopefully many of you had a chance to tune in! He played Young Derek Morgan as Derek was reunited with his father in a dream/fantasy of sorts while being held captive and tortured. As Derek talked things out with his Dad they revisited some memories around the time his father had been killed and that is where we see Tyree. He was in three scenes as Young Derek was tucked in for the night, and told while reading a bedtime story that his Dad as a police officer was always protected. Unfortunately, it was knowing that that made him feel safe to tell his Dad to stop the police cruiser when he spotted a mugging in process, and he witnessed his Dad get shot, which is how he later died.

Tyree had a pretty awesome time filming his episode. He enjoyed working with the crew, the actors, and it's always fun getting to spend your time off set hanging out in a trailer. Even though he didn't get a chance to work with them directly Tyree also had a chance to meet Thomas Gibson and Joe Mantegna who each posed for a photo with him which can now be found in the gallery. If you missed the episode you can also find Tyree's scenes in the media section, and hopefully you all enjoy seeing his part in the episode!

Posted by: Lisa

02 Mar 2016
Criminal Minds
Make sure to tune in to an all new episode of Criminal Minds as Tyree will been in the episode! He plays a young Derek Morgan, and you won't want to miss it. Criminal Minds airs at 9/8c on CBS.

Posted by: Lisa

23 Jan 2016
Star-Kidz Q&A
Last month Tyree participated in the annual Holiday Q&A Event over at Star-Kidz. Answering questions about Parenthood, projects he's worked on this past year, he had a lot to say and you can read the Q&A below:

Tyree Brown played the role of Jabbar on Parenthood. This year he has also been seen for Quaker/Nerf, and been busy working on films such as Operation: Neighborhood Watch! To keep up to date make sure to visit his website, follow him on Twitter, and follow him on Instagram.

1. What was the process like doing your shoot for Quaker/Nerf?

That was a really fun shoot. We were doing the shoot at a person's house in their backyard which was huge and had a trampoline in the ground and a treehouse. So we got to play on the trampoline most of the day and the photographer would just have us jump with other kids and throw the nerf balls to each other while he was taking our picture. It didn't feel like work.

2. What was your time on set like filming Operation: Neighborhood Watch!?

I made lifelong friends on the set of Operation Neighborhood Watch and we are still in touch on a weekly basis. We shot almost every day for three weeks in Fullerton on a street and rotated shooting between three different houses. The crew was so funny and nice to us and we hung out in between scenes. I loved the treehouse we got to film in also! I think the best part was when we got to see a real lion which came to set for half of one day that we were shooting.

3. How did you enjoy lending your voice to an episode of Mack & Moxy?

Oh, Mack & Moxy was so colorful and bright and the characters were amazing! It is part live action and part animated so doing both was fun but I had more fun doing the live action dancing and singing with the characters. I think kids are really going to LOVE this new show!

4. What was your time on set like filming Untitled Monica Potter pilot?

When we rehearsed for the Untitled Monica Potter pilot, I got to meet some new and funny actors. I like watching and learning from comedic actors. I also met a wonderful boy who was only 5 or 6 years old and we became really close. It's so different working on a comedy than a drama show.

5. What was it like working with Monica Potter again?

I was so happy to be able to work with Monica again cuz she is like family to me. She is so funny and one of the sweetest people you will ever meet. Her daughter Molly is so sweet and funny too just like her mom.

6. What was the experience like working on The Nerd Possee pilot?

We haven't officially finished the Nerd Posse pilot yet but we have filmed short things for a trailer. All the kids get along so well and we are all so goofy and crazy in our own way and that is why that show is special.

7. What was it like filming the baseball scene for the Parenthood series finale?

Oh man......that was a crazy day. Everyone was there and was happy signing each others yearbooks at first and then near the end, we were all crying and hugging each other. I actually had a headache after that day because there were so many emotions that day. I will forever be grateful for being on such a wonderful show with the best people in the world.

8. What did you think about the glimpse into Jabbar's future?

I like that I would have more siblings but I would like a dog too! We don't have a dog in real life but I want one.

9. What was your last day on set of Parenthood like?

The last day for me was the baseball scene when we were both happy and sad all at the same time. They will always be family to me.

10. What was your all time favorite scene to film for the series?

I loved any scenes with all of the cast because that didn't happen very often. I was lucky to work with such great people that it seemed like every day was a party for me.

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Posted by: Lisa

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