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Brian Joseph Robinson was born in Dublin. He began acting in 2003. He trained at the 'Gaiety school of Acting' and then went on to further his craft at 'The Irish Film Actors Studio'. Brian and a friend entered a contest which was running by Fox in 2005, in which the contestants must re-enact a scene from a famous movie. Brian picked Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Their entry won and they were awarded an all expenses trip to New York where they would be given the opportunity to appear in 'My Super Ex Girlfriend' by Ivan Reitman. After appearing in numerous short films, it was his debut in Gary Shores 'The Draft' that brought Brian attention. It was critically acclaimed and went on to show at various film festivals and win numerous prizes. Brian then went on to play the lead in Shane Corry's hilarious short film, 'Delivery'. Not wanting to be only associated with comedy, Brian then played a small supporting part in 'The Farm', a horror feature by Trinity graduate Daire McNab. 'The Farm' screened at numerous film festivals and went on to secure a distribution deal in the United States. Sticking with drama Brian also played a leading role in Patrick Wimp's 'Four' which won the best drama award at the Chicago film festival and is currently in negotiations for a distribution deal. Although Brian's true love is acting in film, he has also 'thread the boards'. His debut stage performance as Henry Irving in Mike Publete's, 'Stoker' astounded viewers and critics alike. He then returned to 'The New Theatre' in Temple Bar to play Taylor in Steve Gunn's rendition of Sam Shepard's 'The Curse of the Starving Class'. Brian has also done commercials for the likes of 'Guinness' and 'Permanent TSB bank'. Represented in Ireland by the Ann Curtis Agency, he is currently living in Los Angeles.
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