Sterling K. Brown’s “This Is Us” Star Reveals Randall’s BIGGEST Wish
It is the beginning and the end of an era. This is Us.
The NBC drama’s sixth and final season premieres this week, and as fans are preparing to say goodbye to the beloved Pearson family, so are the stars who brought the characters to life, including Sterling K. Brown.
The 45-year-old actor—or “the Meryl SteepCelebHomes News’s “of the Emmys” Justin Sylvester put it—stopped by Daily Pop on Monday, Jan. 3, revealing what wants for Randall, the Pearson’s only Black and adopted sibling.
Brown spoke out during an exclusive interview, stating that Randall’s happiness isn’t about external achievements but more about Randall’s mental state. Randall’s happiness is based on his ability to find peace with himself, be comfortable in who he really is and know that he belongs where he is.
Brown stated, “He fights within himself so much,” Brown concluded. Brown continued, “Is that enough?” Are his Blackness enough? Can he be part of this family? Can he be part of the Black community. It is important for him to realize that he can be himself, wherever he may be. Randall should know that.