Bryant moved to New York City to attend The American Musical and Dramatic Academy after completing high school. Bryant has worked in theatre regionally at the Westport Country Playhouse where he got to share the stage with Chris Sarandon, who was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Dog Day Afternoon, and also Jeffrey DeMunn who played “Dale” on the first two seasons of The Walking Dead. His credits include Curly in Oklahoma!, Thomas Jefferson in 1776, and John Paul Jones in Frank Loesser's Pleasures and Palaces all at Lyric Stage in Irving, Texas. Bryant also reprised the role of Curly in Musical Theatre West's Production of Oklahoma! In Long Beach California. His other credits include Count Philippe de Chandon in Phantom at PCLO, James Anderson in Shenandoah at Totem Pole Playhouse, and Man 1 at the Mason Street Warehouse for their production of First Date. Bryant has also been seen on T.V. In the Jack and Triumph Show, Jack McBrayer and Alan Thicke, on Cartoon Network and also on Forever on ABC. Bryant recently collaborated with Jennifer Dean on the short of Through The Valley, which garnered a best short nomination and also a best Actor nomination for Bryant at the Northeast Film Festival. For more information about Bryant please visit www.bryant-martin.com.
Name: Bryant Martin
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Endless Mountains Film Festival
Occupation: Actor, Film Festival Director, Filmmaker, Playwright, Screenwriter, Singer and Voice Actor