BiographyChicago, Illinois, USA
Born in Chicago, but as of 2010 living in Mexico (near Oaxaca), Steven Brown is a world traveler who has been living in Europe for more than ten years. In 1970, he won an award in NY for best amateur super 8 film for his version of "Frankenstein," but he's mostly known as a multi-instrumentist (with a preference for saxophone, piano and clarinet) musician who founded, with Blaine L. Read more... (Brown relocating in Mexico). Steven Brown is also an actor, both in film and theater(for instance in "Zoo story", a play from Hal Ashby, Brussels, 1983 or, more recently, in the film "Salon Mexico" from Jose Luis Garcia Agraz, 1996). He is still active as an actor, writer ("Stories from Mexico", published at Rowhouse Press, 2001), musician (solo work, Tuxedomoon and Nine Rain). In 2010, Steven Brown was nominated for an Ariel(IE the Mexican equivalent of an Oscar) for the original music he composed for "El Informe Toledo", Albino Alvarez's documentary centered on Oaxaca artist Francisco Toledo.