Photos with Brian Graves
Trained at the famed Asolo Conservatory, Brian is a classically trained actor, who has recently begun making a splash on the indie movie scene. Brian was raised on a small farm in Oregon, raising Arabian horses. The farm's inspiration came from his mother's love of the Walter Farley Black Stallion series. By age 13, Brian was actively breaking horses and contributing to the family farm. The acting bug struck in high school, where Brian was cast in the local production of A Christmas Carol. Brian went on to pursue a career in theatre. Read more... has worked as a master flyman, scene painter, carpenter, electrician, and technical director, as well as an actor. He enjoyed a short stint as the Technical Director for Denison University before returning to acting full time. Since appearing in Hollywood, Brian has starred in five indie features, several shorts, and has just wrapped the pilot for the series Urban Cowgirl, created by Jeanne Rosenberg (writer of The Black Stallion and The Young Black Stallion screenplays). Brian is the winner of two Woody Awards for his roles in The Importance of Being Earnest (Algernon) and A Flea in Her Ear (Camille).