Krystal Joy Brown is a multi-talented Broadway actor. In 2020, she appeared on Broadway as Eliza Hamilton in the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning mega-hit musical, Hamilton.
Brown has appeared on Broadway in Rent (Mimi), Hair (Dionne/Abe Lincoln), Leap of Faith (Ornella), Big Fish (Josephine) and Motown: The Musical (Diana Ross.) In 2018, she starred in the Huntington Theatre production of Man in the Ring, directed by Michael Greif and written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Michael Cristofer. She is a two-time Fred Astaire Award nominee for her performances in Big Fish and Leap of Faith.
Brown voices the character of Netossa in the DreamWorks/Netflix animated series, “She-Ra Princesses of Power,” and will be seen in the upcoming Disney+ live-action feature film Magic Camp with Adam DeVine and Gillian Jacobs. She has guest starred on NBC’s “Law & Order: SUV,” Hulu’s “Deadbeat,” ABC’s “Castle” and Disney’s “Sydney to the Max.” Brown also starred in the Nickelodeon TV pilot “Storyforia!”
As a songwriter, Brown’s original music has been featured on ABC’s “The Neighbors & Mistresses.” In 2019, she made her directorial debut with the short film, Reddy Records co-hosts the podcast How We Do This.
Brown is an avid activist for mental health, wellness and social justice initiatives and resides in New York City.