By Mickie McLeod
CBS 62/CW50 Intern

Detroit native Isaac Brown was only six years old when he auditioned for a major reality talent show and was named a “superstar” by celebrities. Isaac has been working hard on crafting his many talents ever since his big break. Now at age 10 Isaac has been working on commercials, voice-overs, and even in popular television sitcoms and movies.

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The film, 'Believe' cover. Photo courtesy provided by Dominique K. Nelson .

The film, ‘Believe’ cover. Photo courtesy provided by Dominique K. Nelson .

Isaac’s most recent work is the lead role of Clarence Joseph in the feature film Believe. Isaac is currently teaming up with Salvation Army in the release of the new movie. The film will be released in over 600 U.S locations and you can catch the release here in Detroit on December 2nd at the Bel Air Luxury Theater, 10100 8. Mile Rd.

The Christian-based film showcases Isaac’s role as a joyful young boy who believes in hope and miracles. The film demonstrates making a choice while opening your heart to faith. Believe is perfect for families, churches, and for the entire community during this holiday season.

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Isaac is from Detroit and attends Michigan Virtual Charter Academy. Isaac and his mother fly back and forth to Los Angeles where he performs while his father stays back and works in Redford. Issac has worked hard for his success, all with the help and support of his loving family. The local child actor is on his way to many more major projects and doesn’t plan to slow down all of his success.

On December 2nd, come support the hardworking Issac Brown and his family at the release with your own family, church or organization.

For tickets, more information, or to watch the trailer visit

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Mickie McLeod is a Livonia, MI native.  She’s currently majoring in Communication Studies at Wayne State University and is a CBS 62/CW50 Intern.