Omri was conceived in St. Mary, Jamaica but was born in Toronto, Canada on September 20, 2000. He had his first mouthful on the big stage at the age of five, after his father, “Righteousness,” formerly known as “Docta Peppa,” gave him an invitation to perform at Culturefest. Once Omri hit that stage and he has not looked back since. He wowed patrons with his stage presence, personality and dancing moves fresh from Jamaica.
Omri started his acting career with a guest appearance in the 2009 Movie Central production “The Yard.” In “The Yard,” Omri played a South African immigrant who had difficulties making a smooth transition to his new life in the Western world. In 2011, Omri made a cameo appearance in international TV series “Rookie Blue.” Omri played Corey, an assistant to the priest of a church that was caught in a classic battle of good and evil between the church and the streets.
Omri has performed both locally and internationally, while building his brand of fun, educational, and entertaining lyrics with well-orchestrated performances. In 2011 Omri was special guest on a series of Jamaican shows such as Rastafest and Sistafest to the delight of all in attendance. On the local music scene, Omri has performed at Cameron House, Jamaica Day, Hoop Dome, Six Degrees, The Block Party, Malvern Community Centre, Lambadina Lounge, Dundas Square, Grace Hartman Community Center, and on live TV, alongside Righteousness on the show Toronto Talent.
contact Omri Kerlandbrown@yahoo.com
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