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Ivy Brown
Biographical information
Full name: Ivy Brown
Status: Alive
Age: >26
Residence: Los Angeles
Occupation: Elementary school Computer teacher
Banking (former)
Other information
Gender: Female
Hair color: Dark brown
Eye color: Brown
Marital status: In a Relationship
Significant Other/s: Linus Ahluwalia
Family: Kirsten Clark (half-sister)
Daniel Stinger (father)
Elizabeth Stinger (mother)
Series information
Portrayed by: Sarah Davenport
Season/s: 2, 3
Mentioned in: Pretty Little Lawyers
First appearance: The Guest (physically)
Appearance count: 3

Ivy Brown is the older half-sister of Kirsten Clark, revealed to Kirsten by The Boy in the Red Cap in "Pretty Little Lawyers". She is the daughter of Daniel Stinger, and debuts physically in The Guest. Prior to this, she was mentioned in Pretty Little Lawyers, when Kirsten Clark found out she had a sister and then had a voice only appearance in Red Eye.


Season 2: 2/10

  • Pretty Little Lawyers (mentioned only)
  • Red Eye (voice only) - Kirsten contacts Ivy over the phone. Ivy claims she know who Kirsten is, but wants nothing to do with her.
  • The Guest - Ivy decides to meet up with Kirsten. She comes over for a visit. Kirsten attempts to dig up more information about Daniel Stinger, who Ivy has recently been in touch with. Ivy, on the other hand, attempts to gain more information about Daniel's top-secret project (The Stichers Program). They decide to trade information. But by the end of the day, Kirsten has told Ivy nothing significant about the Stitchers program. They accept the fact that trust takes time. However, Kirsten later finds that Ivy left clues leading to Daniel Stringer.
  • All In - Using the clues Ivy left for her, Kirsten finds out where Daniel Stinger has been staying. When she arrives at the place, it turns out Daniel has fled once again. She finds an upset Ivy who blames Kirsten for their father's disappearance. She claims that Daniel found out Kirsten was coming, and that's why he left, knowing that she would bring back-up (NSA). She feels betrayed by Kirsten, since the only reason she left those clues was because she trusted that Kirsten was trying to help him instead of let the NSA find him first. Kirsten reminds that she never promised she wouldn't turn him in.

Season 3: /10