|Born||November 2, 1980|
|Season||The Real World: Philadelphia|
Karamo Brown is a roommate on The Real World: Philadelphia.
Currently living in Los Angeles, Karamo is an African American from Houston whose parents are from Jamaica. He's the youngest of four and has three older sisters whom he considers the most important people in his life. He lives his life for others and gives much of his time to charities, politics and non-profits. Karamo struggles with his feelings about interracial dating as a result of his upbringing that was filled with strong anti-white prejudices. He works toward keeping an open mind and overcoming these fears and prejudices. Karamo attended Florida A&M; University where he majored in Business Administration. Recently, he worked at the Brotherhood Crusade in Los Angeles writing proposals for grants and establishing new programs to help people who live in underprivileged areas.
After Real World
Karamo went on to do other reality television projects. In 2016, he appeared in the TV One reality series, The Next 15. In 2017, he hosted the MTV reality series, Are You the One?: Second Chances. He is most notable for being a member of the "Fab 5" in Netflix's Queer Eye. In 2019, he competed on the 28th season of Dancing with the Stars, making him the first Real World cast member to compete on the show.
The Challenge seasons
|Challenges seasons||Challenges won||Elimination Record||Total Money Earned|
|The Inferno II||None||1 (1 loss)||$0|