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Brian Drolet

Brian Thomas Drolet (born July 2, 1980) is an American actor, producer and writer. He is best known for acting, producing and writing Dumbbells.[1][2]

Brian Drolet
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Brian Thomas Drolet

(1980-07-02) July 2, 1980 (age 38)
OccupationActor, producer, writer
Years active2005–present


Early lifeEdit

Drolet was born and grew up in Queens, New York. He graduated from the University of Florida. He moved on from The University Of Florida's expressive arts school with a degree in Electronic Intermedia. Subsequent to graduating he moved back to NY, he began as a performing artist yet started to compose and create his own movies also. Brian cherishes all mediums of creative expression including painting and has even does a lot of stand up comedy. While in Los Angeles, in addition to numerous film and TV jobs Brian additionally filled in as Head Writer for TruTVs portray comedy/theatrical presentation, "Six Degrees of Everything" delivered by Marc Summers Productions. He additionally featured in "Cinedopes", a scripted digital arrangement he made, delivered, and co-composed for YouTube with comedian Ben Gleib (Host of GSN's Idiotest) about the primary film theater to offer weed at its snack bars. Before that his film "Free weights", a comedy he co-composed, created, and featured in as Chris Long, a fallen b-ball star, was discharged dramatically in fifteen urban communities and VOD at the same time. On that motion picture he got the chance to work with comedy legend Carl Reiner, and in addition Tom Arnold (actor), Jay Mohr, Mircea Monroe, the unparalleled Fabio, and Jaleel White. He delivered his first indie at age twenty-six, "2 Dudes And A Dream," where he worked with Jason Mewes, Andy Milonakis and Simon Rex and it was dispersed carefully by Warner Bros. and speaks to his invasion into creating and composing. Brian additionally featured in front of an audience in the honor winning play "Women Are Crazy Because Men Are Assholes" and additionally a progression of one-act plays called "Hollywood Shorts." He has likewise acted in a few TV and film jobs including Disney's "Pair of Kings" and in addition to different hidden camera tricks gaining experience in comedy on "MTV's Damage Control (TV series)" to "MTV's Disaster Date" where his characters extended from a shabby male stripper to a hearing impaired wanna-be rapper. Brian likewise worked with Jonah Hill and Anthony Anderson on the Oxygen network indicate "Campus Ladies" and also Matt LeBlanc, Chevy Chase, and Ali Larter in the parody include "Lovesick" which opened up the 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival. Likewise on his resume are twelve or more non mainstream highlights where he worked with stars extending from Danny Trejo to Busy Philipps, and additionally the comedy pilots "Damaged Goods" and "Naked But Funny," a comedy pilot from New Wave Entertainment for Fox Broadcasting Company where he got the chance to play his idol from childhood Jim Carrey. Brian additionally was a cast individual from season one of MTV's raving success "The Hills (TV series)," performing stand up comedy at the Laugh Factory in LA. Brian has likewise showed up in advertisements and plugs for Nike, Inc., White Castle (restaurant), Sunkist (soft drink), Miller Lite, Budweiser, Pepto-Bismol, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Pepsi, Perry Ellis, Calvin Klein, and some more.[3]



Year Title Role Notes
2005 The Iron Man Transvestite
2009 2 Dudes and a Dream Thomas Price
2009 American High School Jonny Awesome
2010 Shoot the Hero Hayek
2011 Drain Baby Carlton
2011 Immortal Island Locke
2011 Action News 5 Guy
2013 Slightly Single in L.A. Nick
2013 The Proposal Remy short
2014 Dumbbells Chris Long
2014 Lovesick Josh


Year Title Role Notes
2005 One Life to Live Party Guy 1 Episode
2005 Damage Control series regular
2006 Campus Ladies College Student 1 Episode
2009 Disaster Date 20 Episodes
2010 Naked But Funny TV movie
2011 I Made Out with Him Anyway Cullen
2011 Pair of Kings Cave Dude 1 Episode
2014 20s vs. 30s Kyle the Shots Guy 1 Episode


  1. ^ Holden, Stephen (9 January 2014). "No Heavy Lifting for These Gym Rats". The New York Times. Retrieved 4 July 2014.
  2. ^ Halperin, Shirley (2 August 2011). "'The Voice's' Frenchie Davis to Make Feature Film Debut in 'Dumbbells'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 4 July 2014.
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