Charismatic and in high demand, Bryan is a prolific dancer and choreographer. Bryan’s television appearances include: Hull High, Beverly Hills, 90210 (original), High Mountain Rangers, JAG, L.A. Dragnet, Ally McBeal, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Hunter, Nikki, Red Shoe Diaries, Different Strokes, Small Wonder, Buck James, Judging Amy, State of the Union, Night Stalker, The King of Queens, Invasion, The Drew Carey Show, Star Search, and ESPN's ProDance Full Out Special. He’s appeared in the TV movies Desperate Choices: To Save My Child and These Old Broads. Bryan was an animated dancer and choreographer for the film Tom and Jerry and has also appeared in the movies: North, Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, The Sweetest Thing, Guess Who, Showgirls, Dudley Do-Right, Boys and Girls, That Thing You Do, (500) Days of Summer, The Comebacks, Clerks II, You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (Zohan dance double), The Wedding Planner, and American Dreams. He's toured with Paula Abdul, Vitamin C, Leanne Rimes, Michael Jackson, Michael Affrick, Gloria Estefan, and Reba McEntire among many others. With Paula Abdul, his performances include: Nickelodeon's The Big Help 1995, Entertainment Tonight, NBC's Friday Night on New Year's Eve 95/96, the City Kids benefit concert, The Tonight Show, and the ABC Frank Sinatra birthday special. He is also in Paula's video "My Love is for Real." Bryan has been spotted dancing with Vitamin C on The Donnie & Marie Show, The Amanda Show on Nickelodeon, and Fox Family's Front Row Center. He has also been spotted dancing with Leanne Rimes on The Tonight Show. Bryan danced at the 1997 and 1998 Superbowl half time shows. For stage he has performed in A Christmas Carol. His commercial credits include: McDonalds, Nestle Quick, Century 21, Del Monte, Pepsi, The Scott Newman Center, and I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter. Bryan did the cheerleader choreography for the 2001 film, Jackpot, and was assistant choreographer for 2004's film Red Riding Hood as well as for the 2004 Miss America pageant. You can catch Bryan dancing in the Jennifer Lopez video, "I'm Real" as well as in the MTV special Making the Video which features it. Bryan also danced with J-Lo on her first concert special in Puerto Rico, which aired on the ABC Family Channel. Bryan was featured on VH1's Bubblegum Babylon choreographing pop artist Katie Cassidy. Other assistant choreography credits include Boys and Girls, The Singing Office, and American Idol. He edited the TV movie City Girls, and served as Executive Producer of the short film,Game Show. Bryan currently teaches hip-hop classes in Los Angeles as well as workshops with traveling dance conventions/competitions Thunderstruck and NTG. Locals and visitors to Southern California will recognize Bryan as the Spock-like character in the video featured in line for Space Mountain at Disneyland. You can see Bryan speaking in the upcoming dance documentary, Move.
Hometown: Agoura, CA. Bryan's been dancing since he was 4. He's a martial Arts enthusiast. Shown in People Magazine dancing with Paula Abdul. 10/30/95 page: 7. Shown inJ-14 Magazine dancing with Vitamin C. 8/2001 page: 85. Bryan was featured in the January 2002 issue of Dance Spirit Magazine.
RH related jobs: Bryan danced at Nickelodeon's 7th annual Kid's Choice Awards. Hosted SNICK Live in 1994.