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Sean O’Bryan



Sean O'Bryan has an extensive filmography, including his recent appearance in Damien Chazelle's BABYLON opposite Brad Pitt. Some of his notable previous credits include Jen McGowan's critically acclaimed RUST CREEK, Aneesh Chaganty's box-office success SEARCHING, Peyton Reed's YES MAN opposite Jim Carrey, Pete Travis' VANTAGE POINT with Dennis Quaid and Forest Whitaker, John Whitesell's DECK THE HALLS alongside Danny DeVito and Matthew Broderick, Gabriele Muccino's PLAYING FOR KEEPS, Jon Turteltaub's PHENOMENON with John Travolta, and Richard Attenborough's CHAPLIN starring Robert Downey Jr. Sean has also collaborated with director Garry Marshall on eight films, including both installments of THE PRINCESS DIARIES. Additionally, Sean played Ray Monroe in OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN, directed by Antoine Fuqua, and its sequel LONDON HAS FALLEN. This marks his third collaboration with writer/director/producer Stu Pollard, as he also appeared in Pollard's film NICE GUYS SLEEP ALONE, which was shot twenty years ago in Louisville, Kentucky.

In the realm of television, Sean has an impressive list of credits. He had a recurring role on LOVE, VICTOR on Hulu, SHAMELESS on Showtime, KENAN for NBC, and 9-1-1: LONE STAR for Fox. He's also had series regular roles on PERSONS UNKNOWN and BROTHER'S KEEPER, recurring roles on THE MIDDLE and the final season of SIX FEET UNDER, and made guest appearances on various shows, including CODE BLACK, SUPERSTORE, AGENT CARTER, WORKAHOLICS, THE MENTALIST, GLEE, LEVERAGE, BONES, PRIVATE PRACTICE, CRIMINAL MINDS, NCIS, COLD CASE, MURDER IN THE FIRST, ROSWELL, FELICITY, MARRIED WITH CHILDREN, and the original BEVERLY HILLS 90210, among others.

On stage, Sean has showcased his talent in two critically acclaimed plays directed by John Tillinger and written by Terrence McNally: IT'S ONLY A PLAY, performed at the Ahmanson Theatre, and THE LIBSON TRAVIATA, presented at the Mark Taper Forum. His theater credits also include notable productions such as PICNIC, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, and CRIMES OF THE HEART.


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