Brian has a more than 22 year background in voiceovers including TV & radio commercials, industrial and commercial narrations, audio books,
e-learning projects, character voices, on-hold/Telephony and radio program hosting. Some recent project clients include; Hanley Wood, Disney, Verdict Videos, Honda, Mazda, Toyota, Hyundai, Volkswagen, Boot Barn, National Pawn Brokers Assoc., Calvary Chapel Rancho
Santa Margarita, CJI and many more.
Brian’s recent directorial efforts include Death by Design by Rob Urbinati, Moonlight and Magnolias by Ron Hutchinson, Dr. Cook’s Garden by Ira Levin and Dividing the Estate by Horton Foote. Brian has performed in some 70 theatrical productions over the past 22 years. Some of his recent roles include that of Fred in Noel Coward’s Fallen Angels, Joe in Neil Simon’s God's Favorite both at Newport Theater Arts Center. At the Modjeska Playhouse he was seen as Herb in Neil Simon's I Ought to be
in Pictures, and Victor in Moonlight and Magnolias.
Other recent performances include Gandalf in The Hobbit at The Maverick Theater, The Stage Manager in Our Town, Beau in Auntie Mame, Sidney in Deathtrap, Jake in Jake's Women and many more.
Theatrical Sound Designer
Brian has many sound design projects to his credit in many local theaters, those include; A Murder is Announced, Calendar Girls, Steel Magnolias, Uncle Vanya, Witness for the Prosecution, Sherlock Holmes, Funny Money, Treasure Island, Sitting Pretty, Dixie Swim Club, Smoke & Mirrors, Of Mice and Men, Auntie Mame, Dial M for Murder, See How They Run, The Rainmaker, Hay Fever, Charlotte's Web, Cliffhanger, Wait Until Dark, and many more.
Radio Program Producer
Brian worked 5 years as the producer for the daily Bible Answer Man radio broadcast, 2 1/2 years as the producer for the weekly A Change of Heart radio broadcast, and 5 years as the producer for the weekly Anchor of Hope radio broadcast. He was also an on-air announcer for more than 10 years.
Brian has edited thousands of hours of broadcast radio programming as well as 6 audiobooks. He continues to edit daily for voiceovers and audio programming.
Brian has also lent his talents to teaching other voice actors performance skills and copy interpretation.