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Thomas Wilson Brown (born December 27, 1972) is an American actor, who began his career at the age of 11 by playing "Augie", the nephew of Scott Glenn and Kevin Costner's characters in the Lawrence Kasdan western classic Silverado.

Thomas Wilson Brown
Born (1972-12-27) December 27, 1972 (age 46)
Years active1985–present



The son of a cattle rancher and rodeo queen, Brown received his first role by answering a small advertisement in a local Santa Fe, New Mexico, newspaper, which was looking for a young boy who could ride a horse.

After the completion of Silverado, Brown worked in a number of films during his teenage years along the likes of JoBeth Williams, Lindsay Wagner, Jim Caviezel, and Bruce Dern. He is known for his roles as "Jason Lochner" in the television drama Knots Landing, his notable film role as "Little Russ Thompson" in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, and for his co-starring role in Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael alongside Winona Ryder.

In 1993, Brown appeared on Beverly Hills, 90210 (episode "The Game is Chicken") as the rebellious character Joe. He also had some appearances in TV series like CSI, Daybreak, Nash Bridges, and Walker, Texas Ranger. He also played a small role in the 2007 Steven Seagal movie Urban Justice. Smaller roles include Our House (1986 TV series).

In 2010, Brown co-starred in the independent thriller The Mooring.

In 2017, Brown co-starred alongside Robert Palmer Watkins in Last Three Days.

As of 2010, he is still acting in movies, on stage, and on television, but has expanded his role in the film industry to writer, director, and producer. He is also the co-managing member and co-owner of the independent film production company Thunder Basin Pictures.


Year Title Role Notes
1985 Silverado Augie
1989 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Little Russ Thompson
1989 Welcome Home Tyler
1990 Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael Gerald Howells
1992 Diggstown Robby Gillon
1995 Wild Bill Drover
2001 Pearl Harbor Young Flier
2001 P.O.V. Walther
2002 Flophouse Ray
2012 The Mooring Richard


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