Andrew Bryniarski Biography
(American Actor & Bodybuilder Known for His Portrayal of Leatherface in the Remake of the ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre')
Birthday: February 13, 1969 (Aquarius)
Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Andrew Bryniarski is an American former body builder and actor popularly known for playing the role of Leatherface in the remake of ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ and ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning’. His acting career was a chance happening when a talent scout spotted him when he was on a vacation to meet a friend in Hollywood. Bryniarski cleared the screen test for Joel Silver. He debuted with blink and miss roles in the 1990 film ‘Dragonfight’ and the 1991 movie ‘Necessary Roughness’. Bryniarski’s big break came through when he landed a role in the 1991 film ‘Hudson Hawk’ costarring Bruce Willis and James Coburn. Following the success of ‘Hudson Hawk’, he appeared in various big budget Hollywood movies mostly portraying the roles of villain or an anti-hero. His other noteworthy movies include ‘Batman Returns’, ‘Pearl Harbor’ and ‘Scooby Doo’. He is majorly into various outdoor activities such as horse riding and mountain climbing with strict regime of gym workouts and yoga practice for a healthy lifestyle. The actor was involved in an ugly war of words on social media for supposedly mocking the death of Gunnar Hansen on his social media profile. There was a charge of misdemeanor and animal cruelty against Bryniarski in 2012.