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Brian hails from leafy, invariably pleasant Ridgewood, New Jersey, where he once appeared as Wilbur in a middle school production of "Charlotte's Web". Brian abandoned the theater shortly thereafter. After graduating from Rutgers University, Brian moved to Los Angeles because winter is awful. Brian has appeared on the soap opera "Passions" (in a dream sequence!), and on the History Channel's historical reenactment show "Days That Shook the World", as well as in numerous national ad campaigns, including that one for Wheat Thins where the yellow van drives around and confronts people who tweeted about Wheat Thins. No Joke. His work on the Wheat Thins campaign resulted numerous awards (none for him), as well as mentions in AdWeek and the New York Times, and a one-time stint as a presenter at the People's Choice Awards. Brian began studying at UCB Theater in 2009, and has appeared onstage in shows including Let's Do This, UCB Cagematch, Starpunch, Take It From Us, The Re-Imaginator, Squeeze Academy: Cops on the Loose, We're Gross with Gilli Nissim, the Del Close Marathon, and Not Too Shabby, as well as around the country with his improv team Squeeze. He currently writes for We're Gross with Gilli Nissim and produces the web series "A Little Advice with Noelle Lara", based on the hit UCB live show of the same name.