Miles Brown, aka Baby Boogaloo, stars in "Black-ish" on ABC as Jack Johnson.

Hollywood newcomer Miles Brown is an actor, dancer and rapper who grew up in Oxnard, California. When he was three years old, he started dancing and hit the stage within just a year. He has performed in international festivals and made his feature film debut as a dancer in "Battlefield America," starring Marques Houston and Mekia Cox. Brown also performed in the music documentaries "Justin Bieber's Believe" and "444."

On television, Brown was a finalist on NBC's talent competition series "America's Got Talent" and also has been featured in "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and "Yo Gabba Gabba." In addition, he has appeared in episodes of FOX's "Raising Hope" and Showtime's "Shameless."

Brown is a member of the Emanon Dance crew, Miniotics, and Control Freakz. He was chosen as Mini Dancer of the year by Youth Rocks Awards in 2011.

Brown is the son of rapper Wildchild of Lootpack.

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How tall is he? Find out here.

Height: 4' 3"
Hometown: Oxnard, CA

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