|Born||Richard Peter Brancatisano
October 29, 1983
New South Wales, Australia
Brancatisano was born in New South Wales, Australia. His interest in the dramatic arts began at an early age, and he appeared in several musical and plays at his high school, The King's School in Parramatta.
Before appearing in Power Rangers, Richard performed as Corey in the 2005 season of Boyband: The Musical, put on by Ricochet Working Productions, an Australian theatre company, and in the theatre production "Vin," as the lead character, Vin. He studied for three years at Theatre Nepean and continues to work, both as an actor and musician, nationally and internationally.
He appears in the international children's TV series The Elephant Princess (season 2) as Caleb and in Home and Away as Prince Vittorio Secca.
|2014||Chasing Life||Dominic||TV series|
|2013||Dance Academy||Rhys O'Leary||4 episodes|
|2013||Reef Doctors||Dr. Rick D'Alessandro||13 episodes|
|2012||Dripping In Chocolate||Saxon Blake||TV Movie|
|2011||Underbelly: Razor||Guido Calletti||13 episodes|
|2011||Things To Do||Pete||Short Film (7 mins)|
|2010||Home and Away||Prince Vittorio Seca||22 episodes|
|2009||The Elephant Princess||Caleb||27 episodes|
|2009||Cupid||Cupid||Short Film (14 mins)|
|2009||Whiteline||Thommo||Short Film (11 mins)|
|2007||Power Rangers Operation Overdrive||Green Mystic Ranger Xander Bly||2 episodes: Once a Ranger: Part 1 & Part 2|
|2007||The Sixth Commandment||?||Short Film (17 mins)|
|2006||This Girl in the Desert||Horned Man||Short Film (30 mins)|
|2006||Power Rangers Mystic Force||Green Mystic Ranger Xander Bly||32 episodes|
|2004||Double the Fist||Gate Terrorist||1 episode. (episode # 1.7 "Terrorism")|
|1995||White Collar Blue||Darcy Worth||1 episode. (episode # 2.2)|
- KFC commercial (2007)
- "Vin" (2005) ... as Vin
- "Boyband: The Musical" (2005) .... as Corey
- "The Wind in the Willows" (2004) ... as Ratty
- "Hearts and Diamonds" (2002) ... as King of Diamonds
Richard was one of the guests of the Power Morphicon, the first Power Rangers convention, at Los Angeles in June 2007.