Brennan Elliott

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Brennan Elliott
Born 1975
Calgary, Alberta
Occupation Actor

Brennan Elliott (born 1975) is an Irish Canadian actor. Educated at the prestigious Actors studio at the Juliard Academy in NY. Brennan's talent can be linked to his Irish ancestry, a tale of many cousins and uncles etc, etc all with strong connection to the theatre and movies. His father's family originated in Northern Ireland and include such notables as Joseph Tomelty, Peter Tomelty, Gertie Wynne and many others. One of his first screen appearances was in the music video to Tom Cochrane's 1991 song Life is a Highway.

Elliott is best known as Dr. Nick Biancavilla in Lifetime's Strong Medicine. Among his most prominent roles are his leading roles in the 1999 movie The Silencer and G-Saviour from 2000. Additionally, he had a role in the horror film, Curse of Chucky and a cameo role in the 2014 film Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.

After appearing in episodes of Canadian television series like Madison, Viper, The Outer Limits, Welcome to Paradox, First Wave, The Net and Poltergeist: The Legacy in the 1990s, Elliott has appeared in episodes of current American television hit series like Monk, House M.D.,Criminal Minds, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The 4400, Cold Case, What About Brian, Castle and Desperate Housewives.

Elliott appeared on Grey's Anatomy as the father of a son who is a drug abuser. He made appearances in the series Ghost Whisperer and Private Practice and starred as 9/11 hero Todd Beamer in Flight 93. Currently, the actor plays the role of Warren Saget on the first series ever produced by The Hallmark Channel, Cedar Cove.[1]


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