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Brennan Brown (born November 23, 1968) is an American film, television, and stage actor. He currently plays Dr. Samuel Abrams on NBC's Chicago Med. He played Robert Childan on Amazon's Man in the High Castle.
|Education||Yale University (MFA)|
Jenna Stern (m. 1998)
He received his MFA in acting from the Yale School of Drama.
He first came to widespread attention in the UK for playing "Mr. Dresden" the spoof film board executive in Orange UK's long-running series of cinema adverts. Brown's other film and television credits include I Love You Phillip Morris with Jim Carrey; Focus opposite Will Smith and Margot Robbie; State of Play; Turn the River; two seasons playing Edward Biben on Amazon's Mozart in the Jungle; HBO's John Adams playing Robert Treat Paine; and two seasons playing Special Agent Nicholas Donnelly on Person of Interest.
Brown has appeared in numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway stage productions. At the Atlantic Theater he appeared in Harold Pinter's Celebration and Ethan Cohen's Offices. At the National Actor's Theater he appeared in Aeschylus' The Persians and Pirandello's Right You Are (If You Think You Are). He played Snobby Price in The Roundabout Theatre Company's Major Barbara.
|Film and Television|
|2000||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Attorney Brendan Walsh||"Asunder"|
|The Education of Max Bickford||Ron Zinn||"A Very Great Man"|
|2001–09||Law & Order||Forensic Technician
|2002||Monday Night Mayhem||Bob Goodrich||TV Movie|
|2003–09||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Jerry Rivers
|2006||Kidnapped||Paul Levine||"Sorry, Wrong Number"|
|2007||The Girl in the Park||Man Fan|
|Turn the River||Randolph|
|2008||John Adams||Robert Treat Paine||2 episodes|
|Gossip Girl||Mr. Smith||"Bonfire of the Vanity"|
|2009||I Love You Phillip Morris||Larry Birkheim|
|Damages||Arthur Phillips||"I Agree, It Wasn't Funny"|
|State of Play||Andrew Pell|
|Ugly Betty||Miles Foster||2 episodes|
|2010||Billy Green||The LA Executive||Unknown episodes|
|Agatha Christie's Marple||Hailey Preston||"The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side"|
|Hot Tub Time Machine||BMW Owner|
|2012–13||Person of Interest||Special Agent Nicholas Donnelly||9 episodes|
|2013||Gilded Lilys||Mr. Lavage||TV Movie|
|Breaking Bad||US Attorney||"Granite State"|
|2014||The Blacklist||Dr. Nikolaus Vogel||"Berlin (No. 8)"|
|Elementary||John Alsbath||"Enough Nemesis To Go Around"|
|2014–15||Beauty & the Beast||Captain/Chief Ward||8 episodes|
|Mozart in the Jungle||Edward Biben||8 episodes|
|2015–present||The Man in the High Castle||Robert Childan||series regular (season 2), recurring (season 1)|
|Chicago Med||Dr. Sam Abrams||Recurring Role|
|2018||The Sinner||Lionel Jeffries||3 episodes|
|2019||The Wolf Hour||Hans|
|Midway||Commander Joseph Rochefort|
- Played David in Owen O'Neill's Absolution in 2002.
- Played Richard III in the play of the same name, and Tomas in The Imaginary Invalid at Yale Repertory Theatre.
- Played Snobby Price in the Broadway production of Major Barbara.
- Performed in New York in the play The Second Man at the Keen Theatre, as well as in Asylum and Fair Night at Naked Angels
Brown married actress Jenna Stern in 1998.
- "Orange cinema ads: Mr Dresden's back again". The Guardian. 2 February 2007. Retrieved 13 August 2019.
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