| Brendan III|
| Brendan Eugene Sexton III|
February 21, 1980 (age 35) (1980-02-21) Staten Island, New York, U.S.
Eben Sexton, Zoe Sexton, Lisa Sexton, Carinna Sexton
Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance
Boys Don't Cry, Welcome to the Dollhouse, The Killing, Empire Records, Black Hawk Down
Brent Sexton, Morgan J Freeman, Todd Solondz, Kimberly Peirce, Allan Moyle
Brendan Eugene Sexton III (born February 21, 1980) is an American actor.
Born in Staten Island, New York, Sexton made his film debut in Todd Solondz's Welcome to the Dollhouse playing the troubled bully Brandon McCarthy, for which he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. He was the lead in Hurricane Streets and Desert Blue and also appeared in Boys Don't Cry, Black Hawk Down, and Just Like the Son, as well as the cult films Empire Records and Pecker.
He also starred in The Marconi Bros., alongside Dan Fogler and in Jonathan Blitstein's Let Them Chirp Awhile alongside Justin Rice.
Sexton owns and operates a New York City-based independent record label "Big Bit Of Beauty".
In a radio interview, in 2002, Sexton said that the version of the film Black Hawk Down, in which he briefly appeared, which made it onto theater screens was significantly different from the one recounted in the original script. According to him, many scenes asking hard questions of the U.S. troops with regard to the violent realities of war, the true purpose of their mission in Somalia, etc., were cut out. Sexton wrote an article in 2002 where he called the US Army's "School of the Americas, the U.S. Army’s own terrorist training camp for Latin America" and said that Black Hawk Down failed to explain the reasons behind the Somali population's opposition to the U.S. military presence in their country:
The Somalis are portrayed as if they don't know what's going on, as if they're trying to kill the Americans because they — like all other "evildoers" — will do anything to bite the hand that feeds them. But the Somalis aren't a stupid people. In fact, many were upset because the U.S. military presence propped up people tied to the old, corrupt Barre regime.
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