Brian J. White
|Brian J. White|
|Born||Brian Joseph White
April 21, 1975
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
|Occupation||Actor, producer, model, dancer, stockbroker, football player (former), lacrosse player (former)|
Brian Joseph White (born April 21, 1975) is an American actor, producer, model, dancer, and stockbroker.
White was born near Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Estelle Bowser, a financial advisor, and Jo Jo White, a basketball player for the Boston Celtics, sports executive, and restaurateur. He is the oldest of six children. White attended Newton South High School and was a graduate of Dartmouth College, where he was a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
White began acting in a number of television series such as Moesha, The Parkers, Spyder Games, Second Time Around, and The Shield. He then moved into film roles, appearing in The Family Stone, Brick, Stomp the Yard, The Game Plan, and In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale. He had a recurring role as Lieutenant Carl Davis on Moonlight. In 2009, White appeared in Fighting and 12 Rounds. He starred in I Can Do Bad All By Myself, and followed this with a regular role in the series Men of a Certain Age.
In 2011, White starred in The Heart Specialist and Politics of Love. He then began touring with the David E. Talbert stage play What My Husband Doesn't Know. The tour ran from May 8 to December 18. White became the co-host of the UNCF national "Empower Me" tour and starred in the music video for Monica's song "Until it's Gone". In 2012, he appeared in Good Deeds and The Cabin in the Woods.
|1999||The Best Man||Extra||Uncredited|
|2000||Something to Sing About||Robert|
|2001||Me and Mrs. Jones||Tracy Wainwright|
|2004||Trois: The Escort||Trent Meyer|
|2005||The Family Stone||Patrick Thomas|
|2006||DOA: Dead or Alive||Zack|
|2007||Motives 2||Donovan Cook|
|2007||Stomp the Yard||Sylvester|
|2007||Daddy's Little Girls||Christopher||Uncredited|
|2007||The Game Plan||Jamal Webber|
|2007||In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale||Commander Tarish|
|2008||Mama Black Widow||Otis Tilson|
|2008||The Trunk||Anthony Blackmon|
|2009||12 Rounds||Detective Hank Carver|
|2009||I Can Do Bad All By Myself||Randy|
|2011||The Heart Specialist||Dr. Ray Howard|
|2011||Politics of Love||Kyle Franklin|
|2012||Good Deeds||Walter Deeds|
|2012||The Cabin in the Woods||Daniel Truman|
|2013||And Then There Was You||Darrell Brent|
|2004||Second Time Around||Nigel Muse|
|2004||The Shield||Detective Tavon Garris|
|2006||In Justice||Scott Burrows|
|2007||Football Wives||Kyle Jameson|
|2007||Moonlight||Lieutenant Carl Davis|
|2009||CSI: Miami||Kurt Sabin|
|2010||Men of a Certain Age||Marcus|
|2011||Body of Proof||Brian Hall||Episode: "Letting Go"|
|2012||Beauty & the Beast||Joe Bishop|
|2013||Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse||Eric|
|2013||Hostages||Colonel Thomas Blair|
|2014||Hawaii Five-0||Jason Polly|
|2012||What My Husband Doesn't Know||Paul|
- Brian J. White Biography (1975-)
- "Jo Jo White Learns Pros Consider Him the Second Best". The New York Times. 1969-01-26. Retrieved 2011-01-03.
- "Brian White Gives Marriage Tips! Cheating with Michelle Williams?! Balancing Love, Life and Tom Cruise!". UrbLife.com. February 11, 2011.
- "David E. Talbert's What My Husband Doesn't Know official page".
- Brian J. White at the Internet Movie Database
- Brian J. White's official website
- Brian White on Twitter
- One on One - Brian White (video) - Interview with Brian White on Al-Jazeera English