Brian McNamara

Biography: Born: November 21

Brian studied acting in college and graduated with a degree in theatre. He interned with the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, performing in productions of "Romeo and Juliet" and "King John." In his spare time he workshopped a play call "Come September" with students from the North Carolina School of Arts. While performing the play in New York he received great reviews and caught the attention of eight talent agencies. After signing with an agent, he got his big break when he was cast as Steve Dawkins in "The Flamingo Kid" with Matt Dillon and Fisher Stevens. After moving to Los Angeles he found work in the live television production "Mr. Roberts" co-starring Robert Hays, Kevin Bacon, and Marilu Henner. He once worked simultaneously on two television series. In the first he played an aspiring writer working as a bartender in the comedy "Pig Sty" and in the second he played a vice cop in the drama "Under Suspicion." In 1988 Brian was
Born: November 21

Brian studied acting in college and graduated with a degree in theatre. He interned with the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, performing in productions of "Romeo and Juliet" and "King John." In his spare time he workshopped a play call "Come September" with students from the North Carolina School of Arts. While performing the play in New York he received great reviews and caught the attention of eight talent agencies.

After signing with an agent, he got his big break when he was cast as Steve Dawkins in "The Flamingo Kid" with Matt Dillon and Fisher Stevens. After moving to Los Angeles he found work in the live television production "Mr. Roberts" co-starring Robert Hays, Kevin Bacon, and Marilu Henner.

He once worked simultaneously on two television series. In the first he played an aspiring writer working as a bartender in the comedy "Pig Sty" and in the second he played a vice cop in the drama "Under Suspicion."

In 1988 Brian was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the category: Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a series, mini-series, or motion picture made for tv for his portrayal of Dean Karny in "Billionaire Boys Club."

In his spare time he enjoys listening to music, golf, cooking, and camping with his daughter Brenna.
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Brian McNamara's Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 66
Highest Metascore: 67 The O.C.: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 65 Army Wives: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
  3. Negative: 0 out of 2
2 tv reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Army Wives: Season 7 Mar 10, 2013 Michael Holden / Director tbd
tbd Army Wives: Season 6 Mar 4, 2012 Michael Holden / Director tbd
tbd Army Wives: Season 5 Mar 6, 2011 Michael Holden / Director tbd
tbd Army Wives: Season 4 Apr 11, 2010 Michael Holden tbd
tbd Army Wives: Season 3 Jun 7, 2009 Michael Holden tbd
tbd Army Wives: Season 2 Jun 8, 2008 Michael Holden tbd
65 Army Wives: Season 1 Jun 3, 2007 Michael Holden / Director 7.6
tbd The O.C.: Season 2 Nov 4, 2004 Carson Ward 5.7
67 The O.C.: Season 1 Aug 5, 2003 Carson Ward 6.7
tbd Homefront: Season 2 Sep 17, 1992 Arthur Schillab tbd
tbd Homefront: Season 1 Sep 24, 1991 Arthur Schillab tbd