I hope you all are enjoying these fantastic artists!
This week I am focusing on the very gifted actor, Bryan McClure. Before I introduce him, I want to congratulate Bryan on his booking a role on Hawaii Five-O!!
Bryan and I met on the set of Michael Montgomery’s The Garden in the fall of 2009. I was working as a production assistant and Bryan was one of the producers. Everyone working on set was so invested in this incredible film; it was a true honor to work on The Garden. It was on set that Bryan and I bonded over our love of film and I am so excited to see his career thrive.
Bryan, who is originally from Council Bluffs, IA, is now based in Los Angeles, CA. Before moving to Los Angeles, Bryan spent many years in Omaha, NE, where he developed his love of acting.
While in Nebraska, Bryan joined the Nebraska Film Group, where he got involved with as many films as he could. This passion and drive led him to Los Angeles, where he is honing his craft and expanding his impressive resume. Don’t believe me? Just check out his IMDb page!
“Since I was young, I have been interested in the arts. I have studied many different art-forms over the years from studio art and graphic design, to acting and film making.
Having recently completed a 2-year Meisner Training class from Bill Alderson, I am currently keeping my skills sharp studying acting at Improv Olympic West and with Billy O’Leary.
In addition to working with Tom Arnold in Andrew Robinson’s film, April Showers, some of my other notable credits include Lucky, starring Colin Hanks, Easy to Assemble with Illeana Douglas, The Scientist with Adam LeFevre and Bill Sage, as well as many other films. Also worthy of note is my Best Supporting Actor Nomination for the work I did as Marco on the film Bountiful.”
“When I first arrived in LA, a successful Omahan actor recommended that I study the Meisner Technique with a gentleman by the name of William Alderson. [Bill] taught me the importance of being truthful in your work. Bill really taught me the core of acting. He always compares the Meisner Technique to “the floor of a dancer’s. It gives a foundation and a place to push off from.” I completed his 2 year program and have been off to the races ever since. I currently study improv at iO West and On-going Scene Study and Audition technique with Billy O’Leary. I feel truly blessed to be doing what I love!“
Keep an eye out for this accomplished actor! He will one day be taking over Hollywood. If you want to contact Bryan, his email is firstname.lastname@example.org