Brian Klugman

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Brian Klugman
Born (1975-09-15) September 15, 1975 (age 39)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Other names Klugger
Occupation Actor, writer, film director
Years active 1993-present

Brian Klugman (born September 15, 1975) is an American actor, screenwriter, and director. In 2012 he debuted as a co-director with Lee Sternthal on the film The Words, which they both co-wrote as well.


Klugman was born in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father is a real estate broker, and his mother is a school teacher.[1] His uncle was actor Jack Klugman.[2] Klugman has two brothers and one sister: Michael "Mike" Klugman, Jeffrey "Jeff" Klugman, and Laurie Klugman. He attended the Germantown Academy high school, and Carnegie Mellon University for 2 years. Brian is nicknamed "Klugger".

His most recent role has been Dr. Oliver Wells in Bones. He appeared in Cloverfield, The Bogus Witch Project, Dreamland, Joan of Arcadia, and National Lampoon's Adam & Eve. He also played Kirby Gardner, a student, in several episodes of Frasier.

Klugman appeared in the 2009 horror/thriller Vacancy 2: The First Cut in the role of "Reece".[3]

Klugman is also credited with the story for 2010's Tron: Legacy with Lee Sternthal and Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz (the duo who wrote the screenplay).


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