Brandon Ruckdashel Bio - Biography

Name Brandon Ruckdashel
Naionality American
Date of Birth 13-March-1983
Place of Birth Chanhassen, Minnesota, U.S.
Famous for Acting
Brandon Ruckdashel is an American actor and photographer. He is most well known from his appearance in Cinemax's Co-Ed Confidential as Zach and Rel Dowdell's Changing the Game (film) as Marty Levine.
Brandon first gained attention for his Off-Broadway performance as Lorenzo in Ascension where he was compared to both Brad Pitt and James Dean.

Brandon's professional career started off-broadway, in 2006, with his NY Times critically acclaimed debut role in Ascension as Lorenzo at the Lion Theater directed by Marc Geller. In this project he co-starred with Stephen Hope, who was in the original cast of The Scarlet Pimpernel and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. During this period he also filmed his first movie starring as Virgil in Boy In a Bathtub (film) which premiered that same year at 12° Festival de Films Gays & Lesbiens de Paris 2006.

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