Brian Bonsall Biography
Birthday: December 3, 1981 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Torrance, California
Brian Bonsall is an American rock musician, singer, and guitarist, better known as a former child actor. His most significant role was in the TV series ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation.’ Born and raised in Torrance, California, Brian made his acting debut at the age 4, with a key role in the sitcom ‘Family Ties’ in 1986. His portrayal of ‘Andy Keaton’ in the series earned Brian three ‘Young Artist Awards.’ Gaining such strong appreciation at a tender age helped Brian bag some key roles in series such as ‘Day by Day,’ ‘Booker,’ and ‘On the Television.’ In 1989, he starred in the TV film ‘Do You Know the Muffin Man?’ and earned significant praises for his role, along with a nomination for a ‘Young Artist Award.’ In 1992, he bagged yet another major role, in the series ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation.’ The series featured him as ‘Alexander Rozhenko.’ However, in 1995, he decided to quit acting after his family moved to Colorado, and he has since been actively working as a musician. He has toured with many artists and bands over the years.