Byrne Offutt is an American actor.
In 1990, three weeks after moving to LA, Byrne Offutt booked the first part he auditioned for playing the boyfriend of Nicole Eggert on Charles in Charge. In the following 25 years he's had roles in movies, television, commercials, animation, video games, radio, online and on the stage. An award winning actor, Byrne's been inducted into the Museum of Television and Radio's permanent collection for his work on the syndicated radio serial, Danger Cow. Currently, he can be seen as exactly one half of Bob & Byrne Videos, a comedy project he conceived and created with his partner in crime, Bob Levitan.
Other television appearances include recurring roles on Kickin' It, The Young and the Restless and Significant Others as well as appearances on Law & Order: Los Angeles, Justified, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Frasier, Pushing Daisies, Lie to Me, Criminal Minds, E-Ring and NCIS. He has also done voices on animated series such as W.I.T.C.H. and Futurama. On the theatre circuit, he has played Pink in Pink Floyd's The Wall at The Actors' Gang Theatre.
He voices the character of Uriah on the Disney cartoon W.I.T.C.H. as well as appearing in 44 episodes of Futurama. He plays several characters in the video games Hitman 4 and Kameo: Elements of Power and, most recently, played the character of Chalmers in Medal of Honor: Airborne.