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Years active  2001–present
Name  Brennan Brown

Role  Film actor
Spouse  Jenna Stern (m. 1998)
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Born  November 23, 1968 (age 47) (1968-11-23) Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation  Stage, film and television actor
Movies  Focus, I Love You Phillip Morris, State of Play, Detachment, Monday Night Mayhem
Similar People  Griff Furst, Glenn Ficarra, Dominic Fumusa, Stephanie Honore, Don Yesso

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Brennan Brown (born November 23, 1968) is an American film and television actor.


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Brennan Brown is currently a series regular on Amazon's Man In The High Castle, while also recurring on Amazon's Mozart in the Jungle and NBC's Chicago Med. He is also recognized widely in the UK for playing "Mr. Dresden", Orange UK's spoof film board executive in the company's long-running series of cinema adverts, alongside sidekick Elliot (Steve Furst). Brown has appeared in two films written and directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra: I Love You Phillip Morris and Focus, and voices Robot Rick in IBM's Therapy Bots with Carrie Fisher, Coping With Humans.

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  • Played David in the play Absolution in 2002.
  • Played Richard III in the play of the same name, and Tomas in The Imaginary Invalid at Yale Repertory Theatre.
  • Played Snobby Price in the Broadway production of Major Barbara.
  • Performed in New York in the play The Second Man at the Keen Theatre, as well as in Asylum and Fair Night at Naked Angels
  • Videogames

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  • Manhunt 2 - Watchdogs member (2007)
  • Red Dead Redemption - Strange Man, The Local Population (2010)
  • Personal life

    Brown married actress Jenna Stern in 1998.


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