Brian is rapidly becoming a familiar face in the New York theater scene. He made his 2001 Broadway debut in Tom Stoppard’s, The Invention of Love, produced by the Lincoln Center Theatre. Since then, he has appeared in many Broadway productions including, Proof, Looped, with Valerie Harper, Man and Boy, with Frank Langella, and the critically acclaimed, Exit the King in which he played the armor-clad “Guard” alongside Geoffrey Rush and Susan Sarandon.
Off Broadway, Brian has received excellent reviews for his work at several New York production companies that specialize in premiering original plays. With the Manhattan Theatre Club he starred in Spirit Control with Jeremy Sisto, and in the comedy-drama, From Up Here opposite Julie White. At Playwrights Horizons he was featured in Go Back To Where You Are and People Be Heard. Other notable off Broadway performances include, Regrets, Oh the Humanity …and other exclamations with Marisa Tomei at the Flea Theater, and, Can’t Let Go for the Keen Company.
Brian is also in demand with some of the most popular regional theaters in the north-east. Over the years he has been in productions on such prestigious stages as the Huntington (Boston), the Kennedy Center (DC) Westport Country Playhouse (CT) Williamstown Theatre Festival (MA) Pittsburgh Public, and the Yale Repertory Theater (New Haven).
Originally from Pittsburgh, Brian received a BA from Lafayette College before going on to earn his MFA in Dramatic Arts at the Old Globe/University of San Diego. Right after receiving his degree, he was asked to return to the Old Globe to take major roles in, All My Sons and, Blue/Orange.
In addition to his theatrical work, Brian has been seen in several television and film roles. For Law & Order he has been both a straight-arrow detective (Criminal Intent) and a suicidal cop (Special Victims Unit). In The Good Wife he was a wife-cheating politician while Hope and Faith cast him as an amusing if unreasonable tenant. Brian’s most recent movie role was as a homeless man in Love and Other Drugs.
While acting with just his voice, Brian has narrated several popular audio books some of which are available at audible.com When not working, he is an avid photographer specializing in actor’s headshots and travel photography, some of which can be seen at www.bhutch3.com.