Brian trained at East 15 acting school in London, after earning a prestigious scholarship.
He is currently a principal vocalist on the UK tour of One Night of Rock, and was thrilled to be returning to the Edinburgh Fringe festival in new play “Broken” with QUIDS IN THEATRE COMPANY.
Some of his previous Theatre credits include: Booby Shevalle – Saucy Jack & the Space Vixens, Jesus in Godspell (Off West End Award Nominee for Best Male in a musical) Colin Craven-The Secret Garden, UK tour. Lysander- A Midsummer night’s dream(Belgrade Theatre), All that jazz, (Arts Theatre London & UK tour) Ben – The Monday Morning Riots (Boston Arts Theatre)Ernesto – Love me Dorothy, The new Shaftesbury Theatre, Principal Vocalist- The show must go on (UK TOUR) Aladdin-Aladdin (Brunton Theatre) Prince Daniel-Snow White & the Seven dwarves (Barnsley Arts Centre).
Brian has been lucky to tour the world in productions of Spirit of the Dance, Spirit of Broadway as a principal vocalist as well as lead vocalist in the production cast’s onboard a number of cruise lines.
He recently appeared as the last man hung in Britain on channel 5 documentary, ‘Inside Strangeways’.
Brian has featured in a number of dance projects, on stage on the small screen as well as a number of music videos and Bollywood movies. His vocals have featured on many cast recordings, and on tour with Jane McDonald.
Aside, from Acting and performing, Brian has been a teacher at London Theatre School “Rascals theatre Arts” for over 10 years. Many of his students have gone on to work in the West End and all over the World. Brian has also taught workshops with West end Kids, and taught at both Redroofs Theatre School, and Italia Conti in London.
He is no stranger to Inverness, having appeared in the Eden Court pantomime, under the watchful eye, of TFX Principal Sally Robertson, who was both Choreographer and Producer, and also performed and hosted at many events for both The Eastgate shopping centre and Highland Hospice.
Brian is Proud Host of Strictly inverness and will later in the year co-host the Highland Hospice 25th Anniversary ball alongside STV’s Nicola McAlley, starring pupils from TFX performing Arts Academy
Brian is thrilled to be teaching a workshop at TFX, and believes it to be the most diverse and talented theatre school across the highlands, it offers its students a foundation in all aspects of performing, and etiquette that they can carry through into their professional career.
He is proud to credit performing with TFX performance class at a number of high profile events, and believes that they display the talent that could rival any London college.