Max Brown played the role of Orion in the Sleepy Hollow episode "Paradise Lost". A native of Ilkley, Yorkshire, England, however he spent his childhood mostly in Shrewbury, Shropshire, England, Max Brown's love of acting was ignited at an early age. His beginnings in the realm of acting trace to his stage performances at the Shrewsbury Music Hall. At the age of 20, the youthful face of Max Brown first appeared on television on the series Grange Hill in 2001. Since that time, Max has established himself with various television appearances, including Crossroads, Hollyoaks, Mistresses and most notably Showtime's The Tudors. His film work includes Daylight Robbery, Act of God, Flutter and more recently Love Tomorrow.
Brown was born in Ilkley, Yorkshire, and spent most of his childhood in the town of Shrewsbury, Shropshire. He has two sisters, Chloe and Phoebe. According to an interview, Max Brown's father is a civil servant and his mother a governor at a family support charity. Brown was drawn to acting from an early age after moving schools at a young age. He performed in plays regularly at the local Music Hall in Shrewsbury. Brown first appeared on screens playing the heartthrob Danny Hartston in Grange Hill (2001). He has gone on to appear in several television shows, including Crossroads, Hollyoaks, Doctors, Casualty, Mistresses and The Tudors. In 2010, he was cast as MI5 Piracy and Terrorism Case Officer Dimitri Levendis in the BBC One drama series Spooks until its final season in 2011. Brown also played Evan Marks in the first eighteen episodes of the first season of The CW's Beauty and the Beast. Brown has appeared in films including Turistas (released as Paradise Lost in the UK) and Daylight Robbery. In 2011, he played the role of Wagner in the British independent comedy film Flutter.
|"This Is War"||"The Kindred"||"Root of All Evil"||"Go Where I Send Thee..."||"The Weeping Lady"|
|"And the Abyss Gazes Back"||"Deliverance"||"Heartless"||"Mama"||"Magnum Opus"|
|"The Akeda"||"Paradise Lost"||"Pittura Infamante"||"Kali Yuga"||"Spellcaster"|
|"What Lies Beneath"||"Awakening"||"Tempus Fugit"|