Brian Austin Green
Work in commercials followed, as did the opportunity to play a role in the PBS production of The Canterville Ghost starring Richard Kiley. He was next offered the role of Donna Mills' son on the hit series Knots Landing, on which he appeared for three and a half seasons. Guest starring on such shows as Highway to Heaven, Small Wonder and Growing Pains, as well as roles in several pilots led to the role of David Silver on Beverly Hills 90210. The popular show was a staple on the Fox Network for ten seasons. Green extended his contribution to the series to include the duties of producer and director. He also produced the ABC telefilm, Unwed Father, in which he starred. Among his other credits are the Showtime series Dead Man's Gun, the theatre productions of Ah, Wilderness and The Diary.
Green also has a record company, Shen Productions, that has signed its first artist, Samuel Christian to Loud Records/Sony. In 1995 Green recorded his own album, One Stop Carnival, for Yah Yum Records/Sony 550.
His work in independent films includes Ronnie, Cock and Bull Story and Purgatory Flats, and the short films Righteous Indignation and Bleach. He also starred on the Showtime series Resurrection Blvd.
Most recently Green starred opposite Sara Rue and Carly Pope in the romantic comedy This Time Around for ABC Family Films, and has also completed directing his debut feature film, Fish Without a Bicycle. He will also appear in ABC's upcoming series Freddie alongside Freddie Prinze Jr.
Read earlier biographies on this page.
Brian Austin Green Facts
|Birth Name||Brian Peter Green|
|Birthday||July 15, 1973 (48)|
|Birthplace||Van Nuys, California, USA|
|Height||6' (1m83) How tall is Brian Austin Green compared to you?|