August 20, 1985 |
Mason, Ohio, U.S.
Brant David Daugherty (born August 20, 1985) is an American actor, best known for his recurring role as Noel Kahn on the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars. He also has a recurring role as Brian in the long-running NBC daytime drama Days of our Lives.
He had a credited role in Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer's motion picture comedy The Starving Games released in fall 2013. In 2014 he had a credited role in the Charlie Sheen FX series Anger Management.
Daugherty was a contestant in season 17 of Dancing with the Stars in which he partnered with professional dancer Peta Murgatroyd. They were eliminated in the eighth week of competition, finishing in seventh place.
Brant Daughherty was born and raised in Mason, Ohio, the son of David Daugherty, an art teacher, and his wife, Mary Beth (Hirt) Daugherty, head of rehabilitation services for Shriners Hospitals for Children, Cincinnati. He grew up along with his brother, Adam, and sister, Caitey. Brant's father, David, was an art teacher at Mason Middle School when he died of cancer on February 19, 2009 at age 57.
Daugherty attended William Mason High School, where he played football until his sophomore year and later tried out for the school play. He continued to perform in school plays until his graduation in 2004. He moved to Los Angeles in 2008 after earning a film degree from Columbia College Chicago. He now resides in West Hollywood.
|2009||Private||Thomas Pearson||Web series, main cast; 10 episodes|
|2010–present||Pretty Little Liars||Noel Kahn||TV series, recurring; 22 episodes|
|2011||Super Sportlets||Ben/Ballistico||TV series, main cast; 27 episodes|
|2012–2013||Days of our Lives||Brian||TV series, recurring; 14 episodes|
|2013||Army Wives||Lt. Patrick Clarke||TV series, recurring; 9 episodes|
|2013||Dancing with the Stars||Himself||Contestant in season 17; finished seventh|
|2013||Starving Games, TheThe Starving Games||Dale|
|2013||Something Wicked||Aiden||Short film|
|2014||Something Haunted||Aiden||Short film|
|2014||Anger Management||Tiffer||TV Series, guest; 1 episode|
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