Brennan Elliott is a Canadian actor who is best recognized for his role as Dr. Nick Biancavilla in the Lifetime Network’s popular medical drama ‘Strong Medicine’. He is also known for his recurring roles in ‘Cedar Cove,’ ‘The 4400’ and ‘UnREAL.’ Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, as an only child, he was raised in his paternal grandparents’ house following the separation of his mother and father. Elliott studied at the prominent Actors Studio in New York City’s Juilliard School. Like most of the newcomers to the industry, he struggled before achieving stardom. The talented actor also worked in a restaurant to make both ends meet before he could earn enough through his acting career. In addition to acting, he loves tennis. He also likes to travel in his leisure time. A father of two, Elliott has been married since 2011. Currently, he resides with his family in Toronto, Canada.
Brennan Elliott had his first screen appearance in Tom Cochrane's 1990 music video for the song ‘Life is a Highway’. In 1997, he appeared in three episodes of the teen drama series ‘Madison’. A year later, he featured in one episode each of ‘The Outer Limits’, ‘Welcome to Paradox’ and ‘The Adventures of Shirley Holmes.’ In 1999, the actor had a minor role in the films ‘Double Jeopardy’ and ‘The Silencer’. That year, he also made guest appearances in the television programs ‘Poltergeist: The Legacy’ and ‘The Net’.
Elliott began the next decade with an appearance in the TV movie ‘G-Saviour’. In 2000, he also joined the cast of Lifetime Network’s ‘Strong Medicine’ as Dr. Nick Biancavilla. Also starring Janine Turner, Patricia Richardson and Rosa Blasi, the series focused on feminist politics, class conflict and health issues. Four years later, Elliott starred in one episode each of the programs ‘North Shore’, ‘Without a Trace’, ‘Monk’ and ‘House’. He next played Nick Irons in the crime drama 'Blind Justice'. In 2006, he was cast in the recurring role of Ben Saunders in the sci-fi television series ‘The 4400’ as well as of T.K., a role he occasionally played in the comedy drama ‘What About Brian’. This was followed by his guest roles in ‘Desperate Housewives’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Ghost Whisper’, ‘CSI: Miami’ and ‘NCIS’.
In 2011, Elliott starred as Eric in the romantic comedy flick ‘Take Me Home’. From 2013 to 2015, he portrayed the character of Warren Saget in Hallmark Channel’s ‘Cedar Cove’. During this time, he also had a cameo in ‘Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb’, the third and last installment in the ‘Night at the Museum’ movie franchise. He then joined the cast of ‘UnREAL’ as Graham, a role he played from 2015 until 2018.
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Family & Personal Life
Brennan Elliott was born on March 24, 1975 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, as the only child of a father who was a bank manager and a mother who worked in a finance company. Following his parents’ split, he went on to live with his paternal grandmother. He was educated at the Actors Studio at the Juilliard School. In the 1990s, the actor met Cami Elliottouple through a mutual friend. The two started dating and got married in 2011. As of now, they have two kids, a daughter and a son.