Miles Brown, aka "Baby Boogaloo," is a 12-year-old hip-hop dancer from Oxnard, California. He loves to pop, b-boy, lock and also rap. Miles started dancing at the age of three by watching Michael Jackson, James Brown, Soul Train and The Electric Boogaloos.
Miles can currently be seen as Jack Johnson in ABC's hit show black-ish, alongside Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Tracee Ellis-Ross, Yara Shahidi, Marcus Scribner and Marsai Martin.
In addition, Miles is a member of the Jr. NBA Leadership Council, which is a select group of NBA/WNBA players, legends, coaches and celebrities tasked with providing thought, leadership and insight as it pertains to growing the Jr. NBA brand. In his role as a Jr. NBA reporter, Miles travels to marquee NBA and Jr. NBA events to provide live and recap coverage, conduct player interviews and take viewers on a behind-the-scenes look into NBA arenas and games.
Miles's past credits include The Thundermans, Shameless and Raising Hope. Miles, also known as "Baby Boogaloo" is an actor, dancer and rapper from Oxnard, California. He has been featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, America's Got Talent, Yo Gabba Gabba, Justin Bieber's Believe and Battlefield America. Miles started dancing at the age of three and within one year started hitting the stage.
To this day Miles continues to answer why he loves music, acting and sports with, "Because it makes me happy!"