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Bryan was born on 11 December 1985, in a quaint little town of Plainview, New York. He soon moved to Voorhees, New Jersey, where he still currently resides. At the mere age of 4 years old, he knew he wanted to act. He looked his mom in the eyes and said, "Mommy, I wanna act!" And so the legacy began. He got his first role in an infomercial for the "Meal-o-matic." After that, his career boomed. He got roles in commercials, voice-overs, and TV shows, including a kids news program called "Kid Side", Unsolved Mysteries, and several others. Then, in the summer of 1993, at age 7, he got the role of Robbie in Trial by Jury (1994). This was his first movie, and he was fantastic. Sure, the movie flopped in the box office, but this was one experience Bryan would never forget. After his movie, he continued with commercials, voice overs, etc. In 1995 he got a role on Saturday Night Live in a sketch called "Fuzzy Memories" playing the young Jack Handey. Bryan was on a whole 12 episodes. By the beginning of middle school, Bryan was making 3 to 4 trips to New York City per week. By 1999, or the year he graduated middle school and entered high school, his parents couldn't take the trips and he couldn't handle the school work. So his booming acting career fizzled out. Currently (2002), Bryan is almost a graduated Junior in high school. He acts in school, and though it's fun, he misses the big screen. Which is why after high school, he hopes to go return to the acting career he once knew. Maybe, just maybe, one day we will be lucky enough to see this living legend in the theaters once again.
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