Brian’s background includes teaching in the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, working as a singing gondolier in Arizona and Venice, and acting as an Elvis impersonator. He joined Blood, Love & Rhetoric in 2014 because improv comedy “is all about making fun out of nothing at all and relearning how to let it all go, trust others, and really listen. It is all the things I want to be in life.” He is also an accomplished juggler and fire spinner and can sing light opera.
When Brian isn’t playing the ukulele to strangers in trams or carrying his chihuahua Switters to various social functions in Prague, he performs with the Irish band Cupla Focal, runs the Too Soon? imPRAGUEisation improv comedy troupe and is working toward his Ph.D. in Phenomenology of Pedagogy.
He made his Blood, Love & Rhetoric stage debut in May 2015 in A Doll’s House. Other credits with the company include Chekhov: From Russia With Blood, Love & Rhetoric; How Much? Herna Bar: The Musical; and Zurich Plays.