Bryan Dechart Biography

Bryan Dechart
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Bryan Dechart
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Birthday: March 17, 1987

Nationality: American

Age: 33 Years, 33 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Pisces

Born in: Salt Lake City, Utah

Famous as: Actor

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Height: 6'0" (183 cm), 6'0" Males

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Amelia Rose Blaire (m. 2018)

U.S. State: Utah

City: Salt Lake City, Utah

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education: New York University

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Bryan Dechart is an American actor, best known for playing ‘Eli Chandler’ on ‘ABC’s Family’s ‘Jane by Design.’ In 2014, he starred in the horror film ‘The Remaining’ with Alexa Vega. He made his film debut in 2008 short film ‘For Your Entertainment’ as a voice actor. He made his acting debut in the same year in the short film ‘Blue Balled.’ He made his TV debut in 2009 in the TV show ‘Guiding Light.’ He also appeared in a few well-known films such as ‘Step Up 3D’ (2010), ‘Awakened’ (2013), ‘Dakota’s Summer’ (2014) and ‘As Good As You’ (2015). However, most of his roles came in short films. He also appeared in some popular TV shows such as ‘Z Rock’ (2009), ‘Law & Order Criminal Intent’ (2010), ‘Blue Bloods’ (2011), ‘Switched at Birth’ (2013), ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (2013) and ‘True Blood’ (2014). Bryan is also a ‘Twitch’ streamer. In 2018, he played ‘Connor,’ an android police investigator in the ‘PS4’ exclusive game ‘Detroit: Become Human.’ He also played ‘The Local Pedestrian Population’ in another game titled ‘Red Dead: Redemption 2.’
Childhood & Early Life
Bryan Dechart was born on March 17, 1987, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was raised in Novi, Michigan.
No information about his parents is available as of now. He attended ‘New York University’s ‘Tisch School of Arts’ and graduated in honors with a ‘BFA’ in acting.
He also studied at the ‘Sanford Meisner Extension,’ the ‘Experimental Theater Wing,’ the ‘Viewpoints Studio,’ and ‘Stonestreet Studios for Film and Television.’ He was also trained in ‘Commedia dell'arte’ in Florence, Italy.
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Career
Bryan started his career as a voice actor in the short film named ‘For Your Entertainment’ in 2008. In the same year, he appeared in two more short films, namely, ‘Blue Balled’ and ‘Bar Mitzvah Season.’
In 2009, he had a role in short film ‘Obelisk Road.’ His character was named ‘Emcee’ in the film.
In the same year, he made his TV debut in American TV soap opera, ‘Guiding Light.’ He played a character named ‘Brian.’
He also appeared in an episode of American comedy show ‘Z Rock’ in the same year. He appeared in two more short films, ‘Transitions’ and ‘Three Birds with Two Stones’ in 2009.
In 2010, he made an appearance in ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent.’ He appeared as ‘Young John Silvestri’ in the episode titled ‘Love on Ice.’
He also appeared in ‘Step Up 3D’ as ‘Anton’ in 2010. He played ‘Michael Urie’ in one of the episodes of the paranormal reality TV show ‘Celebrity Ghost Stories’ in the same year.
He gave his voice to a character named ‘Dale Davish’ in ‘The Devil’s Revenge.’ He also appeared in short films such as ‘Eros,’ ‘Pose,’ ‘Fish: A Boy in a Man’s Prison,’ ‘800 Pound Gorilla,’ and ‘Children at Play.’
In 2011, he appeared as a ‘photographer’ in an episode of ‘Blue Bloods,’ an American police procedural fiction drama series. He, again, appeared in a number of short films such as ‘Robot,’ ‘Blown Away,’ ‘Van Devi,’ ‘Dreams from a Petrified Head,’ and ‘Behind the Scene’ all through the year.
In 2012, he made his first appearance in drama film ‘Things I Don’t Understand.’ The film received good reviews from both critics and movie buffs.
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After appearing in two more short films, ‘Stayed For’ and Rockaway,’ Bryan finally landed on his first recurring role.
He played ‘Eli Chandler’ in 8 episodes of American comedy-drama TV series ‘Jane By Design.’ He is still best known for playing ‘Eli’ in the ‘ABC’s show.
He continued playing various roles in short films such as ‘Patriot Girls,’ ‘Zoo Zoos and Wham Whams,’ ‘The Pit,’ and ‘Commencement’ all through 2012. He landed a role in American drama series ‘Switched at Birth’ in 2013.
He played ‘Graham’ in the episode titled ‘Ecce Mono’ of the teen drama. In 2013 only, he got to play ‘Liam Dawson’ in psychological thriller ‘Awakened,’ starring Julianne Michelle, Steven Bauer and John Savage.
He played ‘Aaron Keller’ in an episode of American TV fantasy series ‘Beauty and the Beast.’ In 2014, he played ‘Taylor Chase’ in drama film ‘Dakota’s Summer’ which was a sequel to 2012 film ‘Cowgirls ‘n Angels.’
The film premiered at the ‘2014 Dallas International Film Festival.’ He also played ‘Dave’ in an episode of American dark fantasy series ‘True Blood.’
In the same year, he starred as ‘Dan Gardner’ in American horror film ‘The Remaining.’ He starred alongside Alexa Vega who played ‘Skylar’ in the film.
In 2015, he appeared in two short films ‘Roommates Wanted’ and ‘As Good as You.’ In 2018, he was again seen in a short film titled ‘You’ll Only Have Each Other.’ He played ‘Gabe’ in the film.
Other Major Works
In 2016, he played an uncredited character (voice) in a video game titled ‘Mafia III.’ In 2018, he played an android police investigator in a ‘PS4’ game titled ‘Detroit: Become Human.’
‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ was another game in which he appeared.
Awards & Achievements
Bryan was nominated under the ‘Best New Streamer/Broadcaster’ (shared with Amelia Rose Blaire) at the ‘Golden Joystick Awards’ in 2018. The result of the award is still pending.
Personal Life
Bryan married American actress Amelia Rose Blaire on June 30, 2018. She is best known for playing a vampire named ‘Willa Burrell' on the 'HBO' series 'True Blood' and 'Piper Shaw' on the 'MTV' series 'Scream.'
The couple was seen together in 2018 short film ‘You’ll Only Have Each Other.’

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