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Brian Austin Green

Brian Austin Green

Born In 1973

Born In 1973

Brian Austin Green (July 15, 1973) is an American actor and producer best known for his portrayal of David Silver on the television series Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000). Green was also a series regular on Terminator:The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Freddie, Wedding Band, and Anger Management (film). Green is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and he is on the Internet Movie Database.[18][19]

Early Life & Education

Beverly Hills 90210

Beverly Hills 90210

Green was born in Los Angeles County, California, the son of Joyce and George Green, a country and western musician. His middle name, Austin, was added to differentiate himself from another actor when he joined the Screen Actor's Guild as a child.

Green grew up in North Hollywood, Los Angeles and attended North Hollywood High School, after attending the Hamilton High School Academy of Music.[16]

Prior to his role on Beverly Hills, 90210, Green had a recurring role for three seasons (1986–89) on the CBS primetime soap opera Knots Landing, playing the role of Brian Cunningham, the son of Abby Cunningham Ewing (Donna Mills). He reprised his role in the television miniseries Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac (1997). He appeared in the 1987 pilot of Good Morning, Miss Bliss as Adam Montcrief.[7]


Role Of David Silver

Green With Fan Robyn Edelstein Of Waltham, Massachusetts

Green With Fan Robyn Edelstein Of Waltham, Massachusetts

Producer Aaron Spelling has stated that Green was cast in the role of David Silver much because he felt that Green's own personality resembled the personality they wanted that character to have. The character was often scripted to reflect Green's own interests. As the series progressed, the character began to experiment with hip hop music and as a disc jockey, as did Green himself in 1996.

Green dropped "Austin" from his professional name and attempted a career as a rapper, releasing one album, titled One Stop Carnival, produced by The Pharcyde member Slimkid3.

In the 1990s, he was a guest star on Growing Pains, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Melrose Place, Saved by the Bell: The College Years, Fantastic Four, MADtv, Biker Mice from Mars, Malibu Shores, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac.[8][17]

Resurrection Blvd.

Green appeared briefly in the multiple award-winning Showtime drama series Resurrection Blvd. as Luke Bonner (2001–04), a police officer attending law school. He had a cameo on Hope & Faith where he met Megan Fox; they started dating in 2004. He appeared on the ABC sitcom Freddie (2005) starring Freddie Prinze, Jr. He was a guest star on The Twilight Zone, Las Vegas and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He also appeared alongside former 90210 cast member Ian Ziering in the Tony Scott film Domino as parodies of themselves. Green appeared in a horror short called Grace, which was set around a miscarriage gone bad, and features Gilmore Girls actress Liza Weil as his love interest. It premiered at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors on June 2, 2006, and was reworked as a full-length feature film (2009). He was a guest star on George Lopez in 2006 as Chris.[9]

In 2008, Green was cast as Derek Reese in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,a Resistance fighter sent to the past by the future John Connor. He is the older brother of Kyle Reese (John Connor's father) and paternal uncle of John. Green was a recurring character in Season 1 but became a regular at the start of Season 2, following a positive response from critics and fans. His character is killed by a Terminator in the penultimate episode, but another Derek from an alternate timeline is introduced in the series finale and would have remained on the show if it had been renewed for a third season.

Green guest-starred on the Season 7 finale of CSI: Miami as Anthony Green.

Green was cast in The CW's new drama pilot Body Politic, along with Minka Kelly, Gabrielle Union, and Jason Dohring.

The series was not picked up for fall 2009.

Green said in an interview that he was co-producing a big screen adaptation of Fathom,starring Megan Fox.

On September 27, 2009, Green made a guest appearance on the television series Saturday Night Live in a skit involving girlfriend (now ex-wife) Megan Fox. In the skit Green played a version of the Transformer Bumblebee in which Bumblebee is merely a man wearing a Bumblebee mask. Green was cast as Clay in One Tree Hill's seventh season. Green then left the cast because of scheduling conflicts and the role was then given to Robert Buckley; Green instead starred as superhero Callan in the Patrick Durham-directed movie Cross, which was released to DVD and download in May 2011.[9]


Brian was quoted in 2019 about his new show, BH90210,"We — playing the actors from Beverly Hills, 90210 — go to a 30-year reunion, and we decide to do a reboot of the show.

So BH90210 is a show within a show within a show.

It's like Curb your Enthusiasm, with real Seinfeld creator Larry David, but that's not his house or his office or his wife.

That's been embellished.

He's playing a heightened version of himself.

We're all heightened versions of our real selves, so it's our characters doing a reboot of the show.

It's like those Russian nesting dolls: “Oh look, there's another.”

And you go, “There can't be another one.”

And then you open it up and there's another doll".[12]


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