KARAMO Brown recently took centre stage as one of the Queer Eye cast.
But who is he and what does he do?
Rex Features Karamo Brown is Queer Eye’s culture network
Who is Karamo Brown?
Karamo Brown, 37, is Queer Eye’s culture expert.
He is a television host from Texas and his career began on the 2004 MTV reality show The Real World: Philadelphia.
His parents are Jamaican and he has three older sisters.
The star is an active member of the Never Again MSD gun control movement after his high school Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Florida suffered a fatal shooting in 2018.
Karamo became the first out gay black man on television when he appeared on MTV’s The Real World: Philadelphia in 2004.
Getty – Contributor The reality star and television host has two sons
Who are Karamo’s sons and when did he find out about them?
Karamo has two sons – Jason, who he found out about in 2007, and then he adopted Jason’s half-brother Chris.
Karamo revealed he had a relationship with a girl at school when he was 15.
She had his child, Jason, but kept it a secret from him.
He found out about his son when he was 10 years old.
Karamo then discovered his son had a half-brother, Chris, and went on to adopt him to keep the family together.
Jason would now be around 22 now and Chris 16.
Getty – Contributor Karamo appears on Netflix’s Queer Eye
What television shows has Karamo Brown been on?
He appeared on reality game show Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno II in which he finished sixth.
Brown appeared on The Next 15 in 2016 which featured Karamo and five other former reality stars.
He is the host of MTV’s Are You The One: Second Chances and joined Netflix’s Queer Eye in February 2018.
Karamo was a host on HLN’s Dr Drew On Call, YouTube’s The Young Turks, was a guest host on Access Hollywood Live and was a host and producer on HuffPost Live.