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American actress Brandy Norwood has appeared in many motion pictures and television programs. Norwood made her acting debut in 1993 with a in the ABC sitcom Thea, portraying the 12-year-old daughter of a single mother played by comedienne Thea Vidale. Broadcast to low ratings, the series ran for only one season, but earned her a Young Artists Award nomination for Outstanding Youth Ensemble alongside her co-stars. In 1996, her short-lived engagement on Thea led Norwood to star in her own show, the UPN-produced sitcom Moesha. Appearing alongside Sheryl Lee Ralph and Countess Vaughn, she played the title role of Moesha Mitchell, a Los Angeles girl coping with a stepmother as well as the pressures and demands of becoming an adult. Originally bought by CBS, the program debuted on UPN in January 1996, and soon became their most-watched show. While the sitcom managed to increase its audience every new season and spawned a spin-off titled The Parkers, the network decided to cancel the show after six seasons on the air, leaving it ending with a cliffhanger for a scrapped seventh season. Norwood was awarded an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress for her performance. In 1997, Norwood was hand-picked by producer Whitney Houston to play the title character in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s television version of Cinderella featuring a multicultural cast that also included Jason Alexander, Whoopi Goldberg, and Houston. The two-hour Wonderful World of Disney special garnered an estimated 60 million viewers, giving the network its highest ratings in the time period in 16 years, and won an Emmy Award the following year.
After backing out of a role in F. Gary Gray's 1996 drama Set It Off, Norwood made her big screen debut in the supporting role of sassy Karla Wilson in the franchise-flick I Still Know What You Did Last Summer. The movie outperformed the original with a total of $16.5 million at its opening weekend, but critical reaction to the film was largely disappointing. Norwood, however, earned positive reviews for her "bouncy" performance, which garnered her both a Blockbuster Entertainment Award and an MTV Movie Award nomination for Best Breakthrough Female Performance. In 1999, she co-starred with Diana Ross in the telefilm drama Double Platinum about an intense, strained relationship between a mother and daughter. Shot in only twenty days in New York City, both Norwood and Ross served as executive producers of the movie. In June, 2006 Norwood was cast as one of three talent judges on the first season of America's Got Talent, an amateur talent contest on NBC executive-produced by Simon Cowell and hosted by Regis Philbin. The broadcast was one of the most-watched programs of the summer, and concluded on August 17, 2006 with the win of 11-year-old singer Bianca Ryan. She was replaced by reality TV star Sharon Osbourne.
In April 2010, Norwood and Ray J debuted in the VH1 reality series Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business along with their parents. The show chronicled the backstage lives of both siblings, while taking on larger roles in their family's management and production company, R&B Productions. Executive produced by the Norwood family, the season concluded after eleven episodes, and was renewed for a second season, which began broadcasting in fall 2010. In fall 2010, Norwood appeared as a contestant on season 11 of the ABC reality show Dancing with the Stars, partnered with Maksim Chmerkovskiy. She ultimately placed fourth in the competition, which was a shock to the judges, viewers, studio audience, and other contestants that considered her one of the show's frontrunners throughout the entire competition. In August 2011, it was confirmed that Norwood had signed a joint record deal with RCA Records and producer Breyon Prescott's Chameleon Records. In September, a new talent show, Majors & Minors, created by musician Evan Bogart, premiered on The Hub. It followed a group of young performers age 10–16 and their chance to be mentored by some established artists such as Norwood, Ryan Tedder and Leona Lewis. Later that same year, Norwood returned to acting roles with recurring appearances on The CW's teen drama series 90210, and in the fourth season of the Lifetime's comedy series Drop Dead Diva, in which she played the role of Elisa Shayne. In March 2013, Norwood returned to the big screen starring alongside an ensemble cast consisting of Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Lance Gross and Vanessa L. Williams in in Tyler Perry's dramatic film Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor. Norwood plays Melinda, a woman with a few secrets running from her past. The film received generally negative reviews from film critics.
|1997||Cinderella||Cinderella||Nominated—NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
|1998||I Still Know What You Did Last Summer||Karla Wilson||Nominated—MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance
Nominated—Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Actress - Horror
|1999||Double Platinum||Kayla Harris||Also executive producer|
|2001||Osmosis Jones||Leah Estrogen||Voice only|
|2006||Sesame Beginnings: Beginning Together||Herself|
|2013||Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor||Melinda|
As an actress 
|1993||Rhythm & Jam||Marissa||"Kiss of the Spider Man" (Season 3, Episode 24)|
|1993—1994||Thea||Danesha Turrell||Main Cast|
|1995||New York Undercover||Singer||"Digital Underground" (Season 2, Episode 5)|
|1996—2001||Moesha||Moesha Mitchell||Lead role
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Series or Special
Nominated—NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001)
Also producer (22 episodes)
|1997||Jungle Cubs||Latecia (voice)||"A Tale of Two Tails/Hair Ball" (Season 2, Episode 6)|
|2000||The Parkers||Moesha Mitchell||"Scary Kim" (Season 2, Episode 7)|
|2002||Maybe It's Me||Herself||"The Quahog Festival Episode" (Season 1, Episode 20)|
|2004||American Dreams||Gladys Knight||"Long Shots and Short Skirts" (Season 3, Episode 1)|
|2005||House||Singer||"DNR" (Season 1, Episode 9)|
|2006||One on One||Michelle McGinty||Season 5; 4 episodes
"Tijuana Break Up?" (Season 5, Episode 15)
"Dump Me? Dump You!" (Season 5, Episode 16)
"I Love L.A.: Part 1" (Season 5, Episode 21)
"I Love L.A.: Part 2" (Season 5, Episode 22)
|2008||The Hills||Herself||"I Want You to Be with Me" (Season 4, Episode 12)|
|2011||90210||Marissa Harris-Young||"Party Politics" (Season 4, Episode 5)
"Benefit of the Doubt" (Season 4, Episode 6)
"It's the Great Masquerade, Naomi Clark" (Season 4, Episode 7)
"Vegas, Maybe?" (Season 4, Episode 8)
"A Thousand Words" (Season 4, Episode 9)
|2011—2012||Drop Dead Diva||Elisa Shayne||Recurring (Season 3—4);
"Ah, Men" (Season 3, Episode 11)
"Bride-a-Palooza" (Season 3, Episode 12)
"Change of Heart" (Season 3, Episode 13)
"Winning Ugly" (Season 4, Episode 4)
"Rigged" (Season 4, Episode 6)
|2012—present||The Game||Chardonnay||Recurring (Season 5); 12 episodes
Series Regular (Season 6– )
|2013—present||The Rickey Smiley Show||Old Lady||Recurring (Season 2)|
As a personality 
|1997||Ray J in concert with Brandy||Herself||Disney Channel concert special; performed with Ray J|
|2002||Brandy: Special Delivery||Herself||4 episodes|
|2006||America's Got Talent||Judge (Herself)||Season 1|
|2009—2010||For the Love of Ray J||Herself||
|2010||Dancing with the Stars||Contestant (Herself)||Season 11; Eliminated 9th|
|2010—2011||Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business||Herself||also executive producer|
|2011—2012||Majors & Minors||Mentor (Herself)||Season 1; 9 episodes
also executive producer
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