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Brian Shoaf

Brian Shoaf was born in New Haven, Connecticut, raised in Gainesville, Florida. Attended Carnegie Mellon University's prestigious School of Drama, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1996-2001. He earned a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Acting. See full bio »

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 2015 Bad Dates (TV Mini-Series)
 2014 Dog CEO (TV Mini-Series)
 2014 Hollidaysburg
 2013 Breakup at a Wedding
Brian Jones
 2013 Big City, Bright Lights (Short)
 2012 Hearing Voices (Short)
 2012 Hamsters (TV Movie)
Bob Duvall
 2012 East of Eden (Short)
 2012 Periods. (Short)
 2012 Fops (Short)
 2011 DEC. 26 (Short)
Easter Bunny
 2011 Nam (Short)
 2010 Before After II (Short)
 2007 Frat Brothers of the KVL
Ray Garrett
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He was in the cast of the 2001 Broadway production of Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw. The show was produced by the Roundabout at the American Airlines Theater, and starred Tony-Award winners Cherry Jones and Denis O'Hare. See more »

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His play Joist Wrote Ulysses and Girder Wrote Faust was given a staged reading at Second Stage. See more »

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