Brian Bremer


Brian Bremer was born in Hickory, North Carolina in 1967. He attended university on a full theatre scholarship to Pepperdine University, in Malibu, California. Here, he found representation and was soon cast as Bunt Wallace in the cult hit "Pumpkinhead", opposite Lance Henrickson and Cynthia Bain. He went onto star in a string of innovative horror and science fiction films, including the controversial "Society", directed by Brian Yuzna. In this genre, Brian worked with directors Tobe Hooper and Stan Winston and actors Mickey Rooney and Morgan Fairchild. During his time in Los Angeles, Brian also appeared as recurring character Milo Trump on the CBS television series, "TV 101". In 1994, Brian moved to Atlanta, GA and wrote lyrics and performed as lead singer for the band, "Elijuun Zoo", performing at the 1996 Olympic Games. The band was successful locally, but dissolved in 1997. Brian continued his career in film and theatre arts, working as an actor, stage manager and producer for regional film and theatre projects. In 2000, Brian returned to the screen as Lt. Vandemeer to Billy Dee Williams's alchoholic police seargent in the Stage and Frame production "Good Neighbor". He most recently appeared in the Jim Kveisel film, "Stroke of Genius", to be released Spring 2004. Still residing in Atlanta, Brian is active in Arts fundraising, film and theatre.


Movie Name Release Date
Permanent October 27, 2017