Brian Drillinger (left) plays Albert Dyer in The Bandit Hound.
Brian graduated with honors from the Acting Conservatory Program at the State University of New York at Purchase. He played Stanley on Broadway, and in the film version of Neil Simons, Brighton Beach Memoirs and for the National tour of Broadway Bound. He created the role of Dr. Jason Posner for the original production of the Pulitzer Prize winning play Wit at the South Coast Repertory, the Seattle Repertory and the Alley Theatre in Houston, also at SCR, Death Of A Salesman and Boundary Waters. Other regional credits include The Substance Of Fire at the Old Globe in San Diego. In Los Angeles: Solace, Gangster Apparel and Dove at the Hudson Theatre, A Shayna Madel at the Tiffany Theatre, Bright Ideas at Edgemar Center For The Arts, and The Real Thing at the T. Schreiber Studio in New York. His television credits include: The Agency, Wings, Life Goes On, Reasonable Doubts, and General Hospital. Brian starred opposite Sally Kirkland, in the indie feature Starry Night, and Janeane Garafalo in I Shot A Man In Vegas. He co-wrote, produced and stars in the feature version of How To Go Out On A Date In Queens, for which he won Best Supporting Actor at the LA Indie Awards 2006. The film also stars Jason Alexander, Kimberly Williams Paisley, Rob Estes, Ron Perlman and Esai Morales. He produced and stars in the feature film Hello Herman, which premiered at the Hollywood Film Festival in 2012 and won the “Award for Social Relevance” at the Monaco International Film Festival in 2013, and the feature upcoming The Bandit Hound.
Brian Drillinger in, An Enemy Of The People, at the Bristol Riverside Theatre