About Brian Lane Green
Tony-nominated actor and singer BRIAN LANE GREEN is a talented performer with a broad list of credits in theater, television and film.
Tony Award nominee for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Spacepunk in Starmites, Green made his Broadway debut as Huck Finn in Big River. He went on to star in the first national tour of that show and also in the national tour of Andrew Lloyd Webbers Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He also appeared on Broadway as Jo Jo in the Cy Coleman musical The Life. Greens regional theater credits include West Side Story, The Pirates of Penzance, Pippin, Camelot, La Cage Aux Folles, 1776, and Julius Caesar, in which he played Marc Antony.
On television, Green has guest starred on numerous prime-time shows, including Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Murder She Wrote, Matlock, Hotel, and Highway to Heaven. Daytime audiences know him as Alan Brand on Days of Our Lives (1987-89), Sam Fowler on Another World (1991-93), and Brian Bodine on All My Children (1993-94).
One of the stars of the cult film Circuit, Green also co-starred with Tovah Feldshuh and Tony Lo Bianco in the comedy Friends and Family.
Green can be heard on the live recording of The Words and Music of Jerry Herman: Tap Your Troubles Away (LML), Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall (RCA) with the Tonics, George and Ira Gershwin: A Musical Tribute (MCA), and Grateful: The Songs of John Bucchino (RCA). In the 25th Anniversary Tour of Champions on Ice, Olympic Gold Medalist Viktor Petrenko performed to Greens recording of Craig Carnelias Flight from his debut CD, Brian Lane Green (LML).
Green made his debut as a playwright and composer with Waiting for Glaciers to Melt. This original musical was chosen to be part of New York City?s Midtown International Theater Festival.
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