Brian Drolet Bio - Biography

Name Brian Drolet
Height 6'4
Naionality American
Date of Birth 02-July-1980
Place of Birth America
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Brian grew up in Queens, New York in a family of four. His mother battled illness Scleroderma for most of her life. Watching his mother fight for her life throughout his childhood fueled Brian with a relentless ambition to pursue his dreams. Another goal of Brian's growing up was to play college basketball, which he did by walking onto Adelphi Universities Basketball team in Garden City, NY. After achieving his initial goal Brian transferred to the University of Florida where he graduated with a degree in Electronic Intermedia, where he spent most of his time recreating his favorite scenes from movies, editing them together, and presenting them to classmates and friends. Quickly thereafter Wilhelmina Modeling Agency discovered Brian and he walked down the runway for designer Perry Ellis. After graduating he then moved back to New York City to pursue acting where he landed his first two roles as a professional actor; one as a series regular on the MTV show "Damage Control", the other gig was as the lead in an off Broadway play, "The Ecstasy In The Light."

After one year in New York, Brian packed his bags and headed off to California. He then booked his first LA job in a co-starring role, on the then, new Oxygen Network show, "Campus Ladies" with Jonah Hill. Soon after being booked on MTV's, "The Hills", Brian was cast in his first feature film, "The Iron Man", and has been consistently working in the independent film community since.

Brian's true passion is in creating, whether it be writing, acting, stand up, painting, making Youtube videos or greeting cards, he loves it all. Brian illustrated the children's book, "Gabrielle's Special Toy," and also designed the latest graphics for the clothing line "Door 261." Already hard at work on several more scripts, expect to see much more from this young artist.

With "2 Dudes & a Dream" Brian Drolet continues to make his impact, living out his childhood dreams by writing, producing, and starring in the film alongside actors such as Andy Milonakis, Jason Mewes, and Jon Abrahams. Brian also just wrapped his sixth straight independent feature as well, "Action News Five," and also "American High School" just before that. Brian will also star in the upcoming Jay Mewes flick, "Shoot the Hero." MTV's "The Hills" also featured Brian in just his first year in town performing his other dream, stand up comedy at the world famous Laugh Factory in LA.

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