Kipleigh Brown is a popular actress who is popular for her performance in films such as Yesterday Was a Lie. She is also famous for her series Star Trek: Enterprise. Besides that, she is also famous as a writer.
Kipleigh Brown was born as Kipleigh Winthrop Brown in the United States of America. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds American nationality.
She prefers living a low profile life so all the details about her early life, parents, siblings, family, and education are not in a low key.
Kipleigh Brown is a married woman. She exchanged her wedding vows with her husband Emo Philips in 2011, November 5, however, the exact information of the ceremony are unavailable.
Well, her spouse is an American comedian who is famous for his television roles in Miami Vice, The Weird AI Show, Dr. Katz, Home Movies, and many more.
The couple is so happy with the company of each other. The duo supports and helps each other in each and every difficult time. The adorable pair have a good and strong bond as well.
They do not share any child but they might have planned for their babies in the coming years. To date, there is no such news and rumors about their split, divorce or extramarital affairs.
Kipleigh Brown owns $400,000 from her acting career. She not only enjoys her worth but she also enjoys the net worth of $3 million of her husband Emo which is equal to the actor Tygh Runyan. The couple is enjoying the combined net worth and living a lavish lifestyle.
Mainly Kipleigh earns from her films and series. Apart from that, she also receives from commercials, brand endorsements deals, and advertisements as well.
The average salary of an actress in the USA is $50,301 per year. Likewise, actresses also receive $54,000 commission, and $1,000 profit sharing, and $1,032 bonus.
Brown is one of the most talented actresses who is appreciated for her different roles in various movies and series. Her notable credits film includes Design, Star Trek: Enterprise, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Relative Strangers, Yesterday Was a Lie, R.U.R., Star Trek Continues, Star Trek Online, and many more.