Sterling K. Brown, a native of St. Louis, is a graduate of New York’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, where he earned a master’s of fine arts. One of his first productions upon graduation was “The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui,” starring Al Pacino. Brown has starred in numerous theater productions in his career, most recently in “Macbeth” in Central Park opposite Liev Schreiber.
On television, prior to “Army Wives,” Brown was a series regular in the FX comedy “Starved.” A few of his other television credits include guest-starring and recurring roles on “Eli Stone,” “Without a Trace,” “Boston Legal,” “Supernatural,” “Alias” and “Third Watch.” Brown’s feature film credits include “Righteous Kill,” “Stay,” “Trust the Man” and “Brown Sugar.”
A gifted psychiatrist and loving husband, Roland Burton has spent a good part of his marriage holding down the homefront while his wife, Colonel Joan Burton, is away on duty. A talented multi-tasker, Roland has excelled at taking care of their two children, David and Sara Elizabeth, while simultaneously building his private psychiatry practice, and more recently, donating his time to the Youth Activities Center where he heads a support group for troubled teens. Roland must soon decide where his ambitions lie when a career-defining opportunity comes his way.