Brent Duncan grew up in Lubbock, Texas. He sang in a rock band and then jumped into theatre after a burglar stole his PA equipment. He relocated to Austin Texas and then to Dallas. His early days in theatre morphed into a real paying gig as he began to land roles in Commercials and small roles in TV shows and Films. He attended the University of North Texas as a 'grown up' and graduated in 2003 with a degree in TV and Film. Starting from the bottom all over again, Mr. Duncan worked as a production assistant for Television shows, commercials and films until he began to land jobs as an assistant director. In addition to his work as an AD, Mr. Duncan has established himself as a director for Industrial/Corporate training films. Not content with the typical talking heads and bullet points that tend to make these projects dreadful to watch, he brought his dramatic storytelling skills to the task. He has directed major projects for Habitat for Humanity, The Joint Commissions, and The American Red Cross. Mr. Duncan continues to work as an actor. He recently appeared in an award winning performance in LAMBS (winner at Hollywood Film Festival 2009) and the new TV series, CHASE. He has been a member of Screen Actors Guild since 1992. His extensive experience as an actor has given him a profound connection with actors. He has a deep understanding of them, how they think and the characters they play. This expertise has been proven time and again as he works with each actor to bring out their very best performance, even if it is just a minor role.