Brian trained at Theatre Nepean and graduated in 1989. His theatre credits include Witches of Eastwick [Melbourne], Cats [National Tour], Forbidden Broadway [National Tour], Beauty and the Beast [Melbourne], Pan [Sydney], A Carribean Tempest [Sydney Botanical Gardens], Linnaeus in Linnaeus Prince of Flowers [ Edinburgh Festival], A Little Night Music [Sydney Theatre Company] and Chair and the Landscape [Sydney].

As a tenor soloist, he has appeared in Handels Messiah [Sydney Baroque], an Evening with Sondheim [Hunter Orchestra], and as a recording artist for Warner Chapel. He is experienced working with children [i.e. he has two] and animals.

Television has found him fighting Water Rats in the Sydney Harbour, Pigs in Wandin Valley, Rescuing Police, soaring in Big Skies and playing Postman Brian in Michelle's Fun House on Foxtel.

You may have seen him recently on the big screen in Danny Deckchair. Not so long ago Brian survived working with twenty foot pythons and witch doctors touring through Central Africa with an African version of Julius Caesar which went on to receive the Herald Archangel award for Best show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

In the corporate world Brian performs regularly with the internationally successful act “The Three Waiters” and as a Czech Republic hypnotist in “Hypnopera.” He is also often seen as a ‘delegate in disguise’ or ‘Guest Speaker’ from Italy or France where he may unexpectedly burst into song. Basically he has appeared in front of all sorts of audiences in all sorts of guises.

He is also comfortable being himself and has MC’d numerous functions for large corporates and small intimate functions.

VOICE OVER & MC Work includes:

- “Gallipoli” Peter Weir, 1998

- “Australian Seafood Awards

- MC opening and closing ceremony for Summer Wonders festival, Doha 2004

- MC IBM, promotion for Lotus Notes QLD, NSW, VIC WA, SA, 2005

- MC Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists 2005

- MC Symantec Christmas party 2005

- MC Annual Harvey Norman Charity Ball 2005

- MC City to Surf 2005