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Brian Graham (actor)
Actor

Brian Graham (actor)

Brian Graham (actor)
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Intro Actor
Is Actor
From United States of America
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 20 May 1962, Pittsburg
Age 60 years
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Brian Lynn Graham Is an American actor and nationally ranked bodybuilder. He was born in Pittsburg, California to Ora and Diane Graham and is half Scottish and half Italian American. He is credited as Brian Graham.

Personal life

Brian Graham was raised in Roseville, California. He now resides in Los Angeles, California.

Bodybuilding career

Brian Graham is a nationally ranked bodybuilder placing third at the USA Bodybuilding Championships and 4th at the Men's National Bodybuilding Championships as a MiddleWeight competitor. He was sponsored by Gold's Gym in Venice California and had one of the best bodybuilding physiques to ever compete in the sport of bodybuilding, but his career was abruptly ended by an accidental shooting in September 1994.

Competitive history

  • 1987 NPC Western Oregon Bodybuilding Championships. MiddleWeight, 1st
  • 1987 NPC Western Oregon Bodybuilding Championships. Overall Winner.
  • 1987 NPC Reno's Gold's Classic Bodybuilding Championships. MiddleWeight, 1st
  • 1987 NPC Reno's Gold's Classic Bodybuilding Championships. Overall Winner.
  • 1989 NPC California State Championships. MiddleWeight, 3rd
  • 1989 NPC Men's National Bodybuilding Championships. MIddleWeight, 4th
  • 1990 NPC USA Bodybuilding Championships. MiddleWeight, 3rd

Acting career

California native Brian Graham discovered acting at an early age, a perfect counterpart to his many athletic achievements. While breaking long-jump records, qualifying for the state Championship relays, batting .460 and trying out for the World Football league, Brian found both sports and Drama provided him with that sought-after challenge and adrenaline rush.

A few credits shy of a B.A. in Drama from Sacramento State; Brian chose to work alongside his father in the family owned construction company. He continued to study acting and participated in many local productions on and behind the stage to fulfill his desire as an artist. While supporting his own family, Brian managed to find time to become a Gold's Gym sponsored bodybuilder, placing third in the USA Body Building Championships.

Graham worked alongside Eric Roberts and James Coburn in the film, American Gun.

One of Brian's hidden talents, an extensive knowledge of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, afforded him to be a professional consultant to Tim Allen and John Travolta in the comedy film "Wild Hogs." His latest accolade includes working with the talents of Ron Perlman, Kim Coates, and Charlie Hunnam on the FX Network television drama series "Sons of Anarchy".

His comedy talent was utilized in 2010 for a national Burger King commercial promoting the much anticipated movie sequel "Iron Man 2."

Graham produced the feature drama "Small Days". An independent film from award winning playwright Timothy McNeil and award winning director Stan Harrington, which won for Best Of Festival, and Best Director at the 2011 Indie Fest USA. And won Best Actor and Best Produced Screenplay, at the 2010 Action On Film International Film Festival.

Brian had the pleasure of working with "Commercial Director of the Decade" Bryan Buckley in the 2011 TV Commercial "Don't Miss A Second" for Turner Network Television (TNT)

(2013) TV Commercial for Old Spice Shaving Gel, "Shave Prep." Director, Zachary Johnson. Starring Brian Graham and Terry Crews.

Film

  • 2015 "The Time We're In" Sammy
  • 2013 "Lost Angels" Grady
  • 2013 "40 Sundays" Annoying Man - Thug #1
  • 2012 "Welcome to People" Biker (uncredited)
  • 2012 "A Broken Code" Billy
  • 2010 "Crazy on the Outside" - Convict (uncredited)
  • 2010 "Creed" - Detective Brad Joy
  • 2009 "Kendall" - Brian
  • 2009 "Poker Run" - Dealership Manager
  • 2008 "Kissing Cousins" - Spider the Biker
  • 2007 "The Hungry Woman" - Vigilante Leader
  • 2002 "American Gun" - German Soldier (uncredited)
  • 2002 "The Hungry Woman" - Co-Star
  • 2001 "Raptor" (video) - Coroner
  • 1998 "Oklahoma Faded Love" - Bouncer

Television

  • 2016 "Unusual Suspects"

Episode #8.3 Ashes to Ashes Ironworker 2

  • 2015 "Murder Book"

Episode #2.3 Hunter

  • 2015 "Outlaw Chronicles: Hells Angels"

Episode #1.3 Making Money Tall Paul Episode #1.2 The Wild Life Tall Paul Episode #1.1 The Angels Code Tall Paul

  • 2012 "Outlaw Empires" (TV series)

– American Bikers (2012) … 60's Biker President – Episode #1.4 … 60's Biker President (2012)

  • 2012 "L2 Living" (TV series)

– Pilot: My Girlfriend Dated Fabio (2012) … Kip

  • 2011-2012 "Feelin' Good" (TV series)

– Cookie Brittle and South Western Chicken

  • 2011 "Homicide Hunter: Lt Joe Kenda" (TV series)

– Chance Encounter (2011) … Jesse – Everybody Lies (2011) … Jesse – Six Feet Under (2011) … Jesse

  • 2011 "1000 Ways to Die" (TV series)

– Today's Special: Death (2011) … Gus – Killing Them Softly (2011) … Gus

  • 2011 "Conan" (TV series)

– Me. Coli (2011) … Repo Man (uncredited)

  • 2011 "Misadventures of the Unemployed" (TV series)

– The Eviction (2011) … Thor – The Hustler (2011) … Thor

  • 2010 "Sons of Anarchy" (TV series)

– Turas (2010) … SAMBEL Chapter Member (uncredited)

  • 2010 "Solo: The Series" (TV series)

– Five Stages of Grief (2010) … Repo Man

  • 2010 "Deadliest Warrior" (TV series)

– Attila the Hun vs. Alexander the Great (2010) … Warrior

  • 2009-2010 "Your Kid Ate What?" (TV series)

– Brush with Death (2010) … George – Rat Poison (2009) … George

  • 2001 "Banzai" (TV series)

– Battle of Britney (2001) … Hunk Bodybuilder

  • 2001 "Strip Mall" (TV series)

– Save the Judge (2001) … SWAT Team Leader

Career as producer

  • 2015 "The Time We're In" (short) (producer)
  • 2011-2012 "Feelin' Good" (TV series) (producer)
  • 2010 "Small Days" (executive producer)
  • 2010 "Creed" (producer)

Stunts

  • 2012 "Welcome to People" (stunt driver: motorcycle)
  • 2011 "1000 Ways to Die" (TV series)

– Today's Special: Death (2011) (stunt performer) – Killing Them Softly (2011) (stunt performer)

  • 2010 "Sons of Anarchy" (TV series)

– Turas (2010) (stunt driver: motorcycle) – Lochan Mor (2010) (precision driver)

  • 2010 "Deadliest Warrior" (TV series)

– Attila the Hun vs. Alexander the Great (2010) (stunt performer)

  • 2007 "Reality Racing: The Rookie Challenge" (TV series)

– Episode #1.8 (2007) (stunt driver)

Self

  • 2012 "Actors Who Do Their Own Stunts Too!"

- BlogTalkRadio.com (2012) ... Himself

  • 2011/12 "Feelin' Good" (TV series)

– Chocolate Cake and Asparagus Over Arugula … Himself - Host – Crepes and Roasted Peppers … Himself - Host – Farinata and Salmon … Himself - Host – Meatballs and Vegetable Soup … Himself - Host – Old Town Salad and Mojitos … Himself - Host - Salmon Old Towne ... Himself - Host - Stuffed Chicken and Moroccan Orange Salad ... Himself - Host - Talpia and Tenderloin ... Himself - Host - Tex Mex and Harvest Pork Loin ... Himself - Host - The Best of Feelin' Good Season 1 ... Himself - Host

  • 2009 "Daddy's Girls" (TV series)

– Rev's Angels (2009) … Himself

  • 2007 "Reality Racing: The Rookie Challenge" (TV series)

– Episode #1.8 (2007) … Himself

  • 2007 "Indie 101" (TV series) ... Himself
  • 2005 "The Gym" (TV series)

– Episode dated 10 October (2005) … Co-Star

  • 2004 "Todd TV" (TV series documentary)

– Motorcycle (2004) ... Himself

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