Bryan Greenberg Bio, Age, Dating, Gay, Bride Wars

Bryan Greenberg was born in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. He is an American actor and singer best known for starring in the HBO

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Bryan Greenberg Biography

Bryan Greenberg was born in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. He is an American actor and singer best known for starring in the HBO original series How to Make It in America as Ben Epstein.

Bryan film work includes The Perfect Score, Prime, Nobel Son, Bride Wars, The Good Guy, Friends with Benefits, and A Short History of Decay.

Bryan Greenberg Age

Bryan E. Greenberg was born on May 24, 1978, in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S. He is 40 years as of 2018.

Bryan Greenberg Family

Greenberg was born in Omaha, Nebraska, to Denise “Denny” and Carl Greenberg, both his parents are psychologists and Jewish by religion. Bryan has a sister by the name Becca.

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Greenberg got engaged to his girlfriend of 18 months actress Jamie Chung, during the December 2013 holiday. The two married on October 31, 2015, in Santa Barbara, California. He was first involved with Olivia Munn, an American actress, model, and a television personality. They dated for about two years.

Bryan Greenberg Career

Greenberg auditioned and worked as a waiter, bartender, caterer, an assistant to a mortgage broker while at NYU. He was cast as Romeo in NYU’s performance of Romeo and Juliet and performed with the Experimental Theater Workshop, the Atlantic Theater Company, and the Amsterdam Experimental Workshop.

In 1997, he got a small role on the television series Law & Order. Greenberg got an agent and one year later made his big screen debut in A Civil Action.

After landing small roles on the TV series (Boston Public, The Sopranos, and Third Watch among others), Greenberg was later cast as Matty Matthews, a high school student trying to pass the S.A.T, in the film The Perfect Score. While he was still appearing in One Tree Hill, he began shooting another television show produced by George Clooney for HBO called Unscripted.

Greenberg’s first starring role was in the Ben Younger film Prime (2005). Where he played David Bloomberg, a young artist who falls in love with one of his mother Meryl Streep’s therapy patients, played by Uma Thurman. Greenberg then later starred in October Road on ABC and appeared with Alan Rickman in the film Nobel Son in 2008. In 2009, Greenberg featured in the film Bride Wars with Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway and starred opposite Alexis Bledel and Scott Porter in the indie film The Good Guy, which was released in February 2010.

In 2012, Greenberg co-starred with Laura Prepon in the independent comedy film The Kitchen. That same year, Greenberg starred in the dark comedy film The Normals, which follows a young man who enters a two-week clinical trial of an anti-psychotic treatment at a drug-testing center in Queens. In 2013, Greenberg began shooting the untitled Lance Armstrong biopic alongside Ben Foster, who will play Armstrong. In 2015, Greenberg and his wife Jamie Chung co-starred together in the romantic drama Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong.

Greenberg released his debut album, Waiting for Now In 2007. He has toured with Gavin DeGraw, Michael Tolcher, Ari Hest, and Graham Colton. At his New York City Show at the High Line Ballroom, Greenberg was joined by How to Make it in America co-star Kid Cudi. Greenberg’s songs have been featured in many of his film and television work, including One Tree Hill, October Road, and Nobel Son.

In 2011, Greenberg released his second album, We Don’t Have Forever, produced by Thom Monahan (Vetiver, Devendra Banhart, Gary Louris), which included the single “Walk Away”. The album also included “You Can Run”, a collaboration with How to Make It in America co-star and rapper Kid Cudi. Greenberg said he wrote the record over a period of two years when he was going through a lot of changes (friends, personal life, career) and decided to title the record We Don’t Have Forever to reflect that.

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Bryan Greenberg Movies And Tv Shows |Bryan Greenberg Films

FILMS.

Year

Title

Role

2018

Forever

Tom

2017

Random Tropical Paradise

Harry Fluder

2016

Flock of Dudes

Barrett

2015

Vice

Evan

A Year and Change

Owen

Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong

Josh

The Program

Floyd’s buddy

2014

A Short History of Decay

Nathan Fisher

2012

The Kitchen

Paul

The Normals

Billy Schine

2011

Friends with Benefits

Parker

2009

Bride Wars

Nathan “Nate” Lerner

The Good Guy

Daniel Seaver

2007

Nobel Son

Barkley Michaelson

2006

Escape

Bryan

Love & Debate

Chris

2005

Prime

David Bloomberg

2004

The Perfect Score

Matty Matthews

1998

A Civil Action

Firecracker kid

TV Series

Year

Title

Role

1997

Law & Order

Matt Wheeler

2000

The Sopranos

Peter McClure

Third Watch

Francis DeSilva

2000, 2003

Boston Public

Mr. Freeman

2001

Three Sisters

Roy

2002

Strong Medicine

Kent

The Chronicle

Damon Furberg

Providence

Neal

2003–06

One Tree Hill

Jake Jagielski

2004

Life with Bonnie

Timmy

2005–06

Unscripted

Himself

2007–08

October Road

Nicholson “Nick” Garrett

2010–11

How to Make It in America

Ben Epstein

2013

The Arrangement

Billy Whitley

2015

Bessie

John Hammond

2016–17

The Mindy Project

Ben

2017-18

The Tick

Derek

2018

Sideswiped

Ryan

Bryan Greenberg And Jamie Chung Movie

  • A Year and Change 2015
  • The flock of Dudes 2015
  • Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong 2015

Bryan Greenberg Music

  • 36 Hours
  • Somebody
  • You Can Run
  • Lonely World
  • Daydream
  • You Can Run
  • Hmmm
  • Live My Life
  • Everything Changes
  • Touch the Sun

Bryan Greenberg One Tree Hill

Bryan featured in One Tree Hill and played the role of Jake Jagielski as a recurring role. The series follows the lives of two half-brothers, Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray) and Nathan Scott (James Lafferty), who compete for positions on their school’s basketball team, and the drama that ensues from the brothers’ romances.

Bryan Greenberg Actor

Bryan is an actor by profession, He has featured and starred in several series and films.

Bryan Greenberg Friends With Benefits

In the 2011 American romantic comedy film Friends with Benefits, Bryan starred in as Parker. The film follows around Dylan Harper (Timberlake) and Jamie Rellis (Kunis), who meet in New York City, and naively believe adding sex to their friendship will not lead to complications.

Bryan Greenberg Mindy Project

The Mindy Project is an American romantic comedy television series, Bryan Greenberg played a recurring role as Ben who portrayed a new pediatric nurse forced to deal with Mindy and her child’s ever-changing illnesses.

Bryan Greenberg Bride Wars

Bryan Greenberg starred in the 2009 American romantic comedy film Bride Wars as Nathan “Nate” Lerner, playing the role of Liv’s brother who is in love with Emma.

Bryan Greenberg Waiting For Now

Waiting for Now (2007) is his first released debut album.

Bryan Greenberg Video

Bryan Greenberg Interview

Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg’s New Film Gives New Meaning to the Words “Based on a True Story”

Published: February 13, 2016

Source: www.popsugar.com

POPSUGAR: In the movie, Josh talks about how “it’s already tomorrow in Hong Kong” referring to the fast-paced lifestyle of the city. I feel like the phrase also symbolizes Ruby and Josh’s fast-paced romance in the movie. Was it like that with the two of you?

Bryan Greenberg: It’s a very fast-paced city. Even coming from New York, it’s going really fast up there. And I feel like just the time change and just trying to call back to the States and they’re a day behind, but also China is on the up. You just feel like they’re so progressive over there and it does feel like the future. You’re living in the future a little bit.

Jamie Chung: I think it says a lot about our characters’ relationship because it takes place within two days, a year apart. It kind of starts off strong and then dies out with an atom bomb, and then it’s over and then we pick up again a year later. It is funny that Hong Kong is so fast-paced and the relationship is so fast-paced. The story is told in a great way.

PS: What about in your personal lives, when you two first met? Was it that instantaneous with you?

BG: I definitely remember it very clearly.

JC: Me too, but we were both in relationships, or I was just out of a relationship and he was still in one, so it was very respectful. But I always wondered about him afterward.

BG: Yeah, me too. And it was very defining. I don’t remember every time I meet everybody, but I remember the first time with Jamie. I think that’s what attracted us to this film because we could really relate to the stop-start of it all and the question of is the timing right, or is it not? Maybe, don’t wait for the timing to be right and you make it right on your own.

PS: One thing that is so endearing about the character of Ruby (Chung) in the film is that she encourages Josh (Greenberg) to do what he’s passionate about. How do the two of you inspire each other?

BG: For me, it’s how humble Jamie is and her work ethic. How she just keeps her head down and doesn’t get caught up or too far ahead of herself with things. For me, I look at her and I’m like, ‘Man, I wish that I could be that chill’ when there are high-stake situations and she’s calm as a cucumber. Sometimes I wish I was that grounded and it’s inspiring.

JC: It’s hard not to fantasize, ‘Oh, if I get this job, I could go to Paris and I’m going to live there for a year’ or just get swept up with the daydreaming, but I’m more of a realist. It’s like, it would be nice, but we’ll plan for it if it actually happens. But in terms of having a partner in the same industry, there are pros and cons and lot of people suggest not having a spouse that’s also an actor because the scheduling and timing is really hard, and so far it’s been really great for us, but we understand it so well and it’s nice when one person is down, the other one has the responsibility of picking each other up. So, it’s back and forth.

PS: I also love how the film talks about interracial couples and the cultural differences that come with them. Are there any cultural traditions that you have merged now that you’re married?

BG: Well, I eat a lot more kimchi. I don’t know. You complain about the weather more?

JC: No, I don’t. Those are horrible stereotypes, Bryan. I think we’re more immersed in each other’s cultures. Like before we got married, we took a trip to the Middle East and we went to Israel. So, that was pretty cool learning more about his culture and his religion. The next trip will probably be to Korea, but it’s kind of fun.

BG: I like it because you’re learning. It’s so exciting. It’s still exciting.

PS: There was a really cute moment when the two characters bond over their love for Seinfeld. Are there any shows in particular that the two of you like to watch together?

BG: Naked and Afraid!

JC: We love it! But Bryan gets so mad at me because the shows that I don’t watch, like Breaking Bad, never seen it, maybe watched the first season and then it’s the series finale and I’m like “Okay, I’m going to watch it. Everyone’s talking about it, so I’m going to watch it with Bryan.” It’s the one night we get to watch TV together and the entire time, I’m like, “So, what happened? So why do they hate each other? Wait, why is he kidnapped?” He stops the show and he’s like “I cannot do this with you right now.”

BG: Get out.

JC: But the one show that we do bond together with is Naked and Afraid. And there are so many shows that I’m supposed to watch with him, but I’ll watch ahead and he gets really upset. And he does the same thing to me and I get upset. Another show we love is The Knick.

BG: And Game of Thrones!

JC: That’s the one show that I will wait for you.

BG: Well, she says she’ll wait, but she’ll actually watch it and then watch it again.

JC: And pretend like I didn’t watch it.

PS: There are so many beautiful shots of the city in this movie. What would you say was your location to film at?

BG: I like when we’re walking and you can see the whole skyline light up behind us because they do this beautiful thing every night where it’s like a light show and I don’t know any city that does that. It’s so amazing. I mean, yeah the Empire State building lights up, but nothing on this level. It’s all coordinated. We were shooting on the ferry and you could just see it light up behind us. It was gorgeous.

JC: I think my favorite was Lan Kwai Fong, the clubbing. We needed the atmosphere and we did a really long lens. So the camera was set perched up on a second-floor balcony looking down because otherwise if we came down with a camera people would go crazy. It was fun to have just the two of us dive in and be with college kids. And it felt like we were just on a secret mission because we knew where the cameras were, but we were shooting the movie.

PS: What I love about this film is that I feel like it is a great Valentine’s Day movie for both couples and singles. What are your plans for your first Valentine’s Day as a married couple?

JC: We’re going to be on a plane.

BG: I told her now that we’re married I don’t have to worry about Valentine’s Day anymore now, just anniversaries.

JC: Usually for Valentine’s Day we go on a little adventure, so we’ll just hop in the car and go do something.

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