Brett Davern

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Brett Davern
Born March 16
Edmonds, Washington, U.S.
Years active 2002–present

Brett Davern Born March 16 in Seattle, WA is an American actor best known for his role as Jake Rosatti on the MTV show Awkward.

Early life[edit]

Brett Davern was born and raised in Edmonds, Washington. He attended Edmonds-Woodway High School graduated 2001. During his summers, he would travel to Stagedoor Manor Theatrical Training Center, one of the most exclusive summer camps for the performing arts, located in upstate New York. After graduating from AMDA in New York he lived and auditioned in the city until landing a lead role in his first film. After completing work on "Beautiful Ohio" he moved to LA where he has been ever since.


After landing a lead role in his first film as William in Beautiful Ohio, the success was followed by guest appearances in popular crime series like CSI: Miami and NCIS. Since 2011 he embodies Jake Rosati on the popular MTV series Awkward alongside Ashley Rickards and Beau Mirchoff.



Year Title Role Other Note
2008 CSI: Miami Justin Marsh TV Series (Guest Role)
2009 In Plain Sight Eric TV Series (Guest Role)
2009–2010 Cold Case Finn Cooper TV Series (Recurring Role)
2010 The Deep End Charlie Holloway TV Series (Guest Role)
2010 Medium Ryan Graff TV Series (Guest Role)
2011–present Awkward Jake Rosati TV Series (Main Role)
2012 NCIS Kris Taylor TV Series (Guest Role)
2012 The Finder Cooper Allison Episode: "An Orphan Walks Into a Bar"


Year Title Role Other Note
2006 Beautiful Ohio William Movie (Movie Debut)
2008 Player 5150 Mike Movie
2010 The Pool Boys Alex Sperling Movie
2010 Case 219 Leonard Gray Movie
2010 Triple Dog Whisper Movie
2011 Junk Billy Movie
2013 Movie 43 White Guy 2/Bobby Lee Mayflower Movie
2014 Born to race: Fast track Danny Krueger Movie
2014 Love and Mercy Carl Wilson Movie
TBA The Culling Sean Movie

Personal life[edit]

After finishing second in 2013, Davern won the 2014 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race at the Long Beach Grand Prix.[1]


  1. ^ Guardabascio, Mike (April 12, 2014). "Brett Davern, Al Unser Jr. win Pro/Celebrity Race at Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach". Press-Telegram. Retrieved April 14, 2014. 

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