Who is Brennan Elliott?
Brennan Elliott was born on March 24, 1975 under the sign of Aries, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, of partial Northern Irish descent. He is a 45-year-old actor and producer, probably best known for starring in the role of Dr. Nick Biancavilla in the Lifetime medical drama series “Strong Medicine” (2000-2005), playing Warren Saget in the Hallmark Channel drama series “Cedar Cove” (2013-2015), and starred as Graham in the Lifetime drama series “Unreal” (2015-2018).
How rich is he right now? Brennan Elliott net worth
As of the beginning of 2020, Brennan Elliott’s net worth is estimated to be over $3 million, acquired through his successful involvement in the film industry as a professional actor, having starred in more than 70 TV and movie titles since his career began in the mid-1990s. .
Early life, nationality, ethnicity, educational background
Brennan Elliott spent his early years in his hometown of Calgary where he was raised by his paternal grandparents since his parents divorced when he was a young boy – his parents’ names have not been disclosed, but his father is known to be a bank manager and his mother worked at a financial company.
Brennan belongs to Clan Elliott, a Scottish Border Reiver clan. He is Canadian by nationality, of White Caucasian ethnicity, and practices Christianity. After matriculation, Brennan enrolled the prestigious Actors Studio at the Juilliard School, located in New York City.
Brennan Elliott first appeared in the music video for Tom Cochrane’s song “Life Is A Highway” in 1991. He then worked as a waiter in a restaurant for some time, until he made the film debut shortly after graduating in the role of Max in the 1996 action crime “Stone Coats” written and directed by Rolf Schrader.
He then guest-starred as Slick in three episodes of the Global Television Network teen drama series “Madison” (1997), after which he played Ray in the made-for-television sci-fi horror “Dream House” (1998). In 1999, Brennan landed the role of Steve in the mystery thriller “Convergence”, which was followed by one of his most prominent roles as Jason Wells/Jason Black in the action “The Silencer”, directed by Robert Lee.
Rise to Fame and “Strong Medicine”
Brennan’s next major role came in 2000, playing Mark Curran in the Canadian live-action film “G-Saviour” directed by Graeme Campbell.
In the same year, he joined the cast of the medical drama series “Strong Medicine” broadcast on the Lifetime network, appearing in the lead role of Dr. Nick Biancaville from season one to season four between 2000 and 2005, while guest starring in season six.
Simultaneously with the filming of “Strong Medicine”, Brennan made a number of guest appearances on TV series such as “North Shore”, “Without A Trace” and “Monk”. In 2005, Brennan guest-starred as Nick Irons in three episodes of the ABC crime drama series “Blind Justice”, and Sergeant Carroll in two episodes of the CBS procedural forensic crime drama series “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”.
In 2006, Brennan Elliott played Todd Beamer in the made-for-television action-crime drama “Flight 93” and was cast as Ray Williams in the CBS cop series “Cold Case”. Between 2006 and 2007, he starred as TK in the ABC comedy-drama series “What About Brian?”, and in the same period appeared in the recurring role of Ben Saunders in USA Network’s sci-fi drama series “The 4400”. He then played David Chandler in the Hallmark Channel comedy-drama film “The Nanny Express” (2008), which was followed by his portrayals of Steve in the action drama “Confession” written and directed by Marilyn Mitchell, and Troy in the thriller “ Black Widow”, both in 2010.
By the end of the decade, he had also guest-starred on TV series such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice,” and “CSI: Miami,” among others.
Roles in the early 2010s
Brennan’s next major role came when he played Eric in the 2011 romantic comedy “Take Me Home” directed by Sam Jaeger, then went on to play Rod in the made-for-television movie “I Met A Producer And Moved To LA” the same year.
The following year, he starred as Vance in the made-for-television movie “Cupid, Inc.”, played Pete Shoreman in another made-for-television movie titled “Kiss At Pine Lake,” and landed the role of Viktor in the thriller “ Murder On The 13e Floor”.
In 2013, Brennan appeared as Rip in Dietrich Johnston’s horror “Blood Shot”, Ian in the 2013 horror thriller “Curse Of Chucky” written and directed by Don Mancini, and Dr. Norton in the drama novel “Heart Of Dance”.
“Cedar Cove” and other apparitions
Between 2013 and 2015, he played Warren Saget the drama series “Cedar Cove”, broadcast on the Hallmark Channel. In addition to that gig, Brennan also landed a cameo role in the 2014 adventure comedy ‘Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb’, starring Owen Wilson and Robin Williams, after which he was seen as Brian Howell in the made-for- television movie “All Of My Heart” and Danny Collier in the made-for-television movie “A Christmas Melody”, both in 2015.
“Unreal” and recent projects
After that, Brennan joined the cast of the lifelong drama series “Unreal”starring in the role of Graham in 38 episodes from 2015 to 2018. Meanwhile, in 2016, he played Marco Salvare in the “Flower Shop Mystery” film series, after which he went on to work on the made-for-television film titles, including his performance as Brian Howell in the film 2017’s “All Of My Heart: Inn Love” and its sequel, titled “All Of My Heart: The Wedding”, and his portrayal of Leo in the movie “Christmas At Grand Valley” in 2018. Most recently, he played Jake in the made-for-television movie “All Summer Long” after which he landed the role of Logan in the “Crossword Mysteries” movie series, both in 2019.
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Appearance and vital statistics
Brennan Elliott has short dark brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft 4ins (1.93m) while weighing around 220lbs (100kgs).
Personal life and hobbies
Brennan Elliott is a married man and his wife is Cami Elliottouple. They met in the 1990s through a mutual friend, but only finally tied the knot in 2011 in a private wedding ceremony. They are the parents of a son and a daughter, and their current residence is in Toronto, Canada. In his spare time, Brennan enjoys playing tennis and traveling the world; his favorite holiday destination is France.