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Sean O'Bryan

Until Sean O'Bryan found his true calling as an actor during his first semester of college, he pictured himself becoming a pro football player. He fulfilled that childhood dream when he starred as a football player on the ABC series Brother's Keeper.

O'Bryan's professional experience is not limited to sports and television. He appeared in a lead role in Walt Disney Pictures' live-action comedy I'll Be Home for Christmas, opposite Jonathan Taylor Thomas. His other feature film credits include Phenomenon with John Travolta as well as 20th Century Fox's Out to Sea with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. O'Bryan has worked in three other films for director Garry Marshall: Dear God, Exit to Eden, and Frankie and Johnnie. He also appeared in Ross Kagan Marks' Twilight of the Golds with Brendan Fraser, George Gallo's' Trapped in Paradise, Ron Underwood's Heart and SoulS, and Richard Attenborough's Chaplin.

O'Bryan was a series regular on UPN's Pig Sty and has guest starred on such popular series as Providence, Family Law, Jack & Jill, King of Queens, and Chicago Hope, among many others.

On stage, O'Bryan has appeared in numerous theatrical productions including two critically acclaimed Terrence McNally plays in Los Angeles: It's Only a Play at the Ahmanson Theatre and The Lisbon Traviata at the Mark Taper Forum. His other theatre credits include Money and Friends, Picnic, Measure for Measure, 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, The Glass Menagerie, Crimes of the Heart and The Gingerbread Lady.

O'Bryan and his wife, Samantha, have two young daughters. They reside in Los Angeles.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.

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