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Brian Patrick Butler

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Brian Patrick Butler
Born
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation
  • Actor
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
  • Musician
📆 Years active  2011–present
🏡 Home townSan Diego, California, U.S.
🌐 Websitebrianpbutler.com

Brian Patrick Butler is an American actor, director, screenwriter, and musician. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from San Diego State University and studied acting at Magdalen College, Oxford. He has performed in several plays and films, and directed two shorts as well as a production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at San Diego State University.[1] In 2015, his film Hatred was nominated for best dramatic short at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival.[2] He was nominated for best supporting actor for Birthday Wish at the San Diego Film Awards in 2014.[3] Butler's experimental music project Woyzeck currently releases original music and videos on Facebook, SoundCloud, and YouTube.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Writer Director Editor
2014 Birthday Wish (short) Todd
2015 Distress Call (short) Tud
Bullets, Fangs and Dinner at 8[4][5][6] Johnny
Hatred (short)[7] John * * *
The Pendersson Report (short) Gangster 1
Frat Stars Anonymous (web series) Troy
Thane of East County[8][9] Matt
2016 The Phantom Hour (short)[10] Bryce * * *
Fletcher and Jenks (short) Ives
South of 8 Ryan Bertrand
For the Win (web series) Fenix
2017 Assumption[11][12] Man *
A Hole in the Ground (short) Charlie
John's Big Day (short) Conference Reporter

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2014 San Diego Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Birthday Wish Nominated [13]
2015 Horrible Imaginings Film Festival Best Dramatic Short Film Hatred Nominated [14]
2016 Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles Audience Favorite Indi.com #TrailerChallenge (trailer editor) South of 8 Nominated [15]

Theatre[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Laughs and tears in fresh show". thedailyaztec.com.
  2. "2015 AWARD WINNERS". hifilmfest.com.
  3. "San Diego Film Awards Nominees Official Announcement". filmconsortiumsd.com.
  4. "Two Sides of the Same Coin". matchflick.com.
  5. "Bullets, Fangs and Dinner at 8 (2015)". searchmytrash.com.
  6. "Charleston shooting may have disqualified film from festivals". imgur.com.
  7. "Horrible Imaginings 2015 (Part 4: Sunday Afternoon)". horrorhouseparty.com.
  8. "THE TEAM". thaneofeastcounty.com.
  9. "Thane of East County". tbuff.org.
  10. "Horrible Imaginings Film Festival 2016 Comedy Shorts Block: Part 1". cinema-crazed.com.
  11. "ASSUMPTION offers fresh take on classic horror". rue-morgue.com.
  12. "Film Review: Assumption". londonhorrorsociety.co.uk.
  13. "San Diego Film Awards Nominees Official Announcement".
  14. "2015 AWARD WINNERS".
  15. "Indi.com: Trailer Challenge".
  16. "BROOKS THEATRE PRODUCTION OF "ELEPHANT MAN" A MASTERFUL PERFORMANCE". thevistapress.com.
  17. "Review: 'Aliens' lands (quietly) at Ion". sandiegouniontribune.com.
  18. "A Most Unlikely Partnership Fuels ion's Very Good 'The Aliens'". sandiegostory.com.
  19. "Shakespeare in space! NVA set to visit 'Planet'". sandiegouniontribune.com.
  20. "THEATER REVIEW: "Return to the Forbidden Planet"". sdgln.com.
  21. ""Return" to New Village Arts". gay-sd.com.
  22. "Shakespeare in Space". sandiegostory.com.
  23. "Brian Butler and Daren Scott in Stage Kiss". sandiegoreader.com.
  24. "When is a kiss just a kiss?". sandiegoreader.com.
  25. "'Stage Kiss' a charming farce". sandiegouniontribune.com.
  26. "Love runs rampant in New Village Arts' Stage Kiss'". sdcitybeat.com.
  27. "Pucker Up for Comical 'Stage Kiss' at New Village Arts". timesofsandiego.com.
  28. "NVA's Fair 'Stage Kiss' Has a Hard Time Coming Up for Air". sandiegostory.com.
  29. "THEATER REVIEW: "The Nutcracker" musical at New Village Arts". sdgln.com.
  30. "Review: 'Nutcracker' musical is bittersweet". sandiegouniontribune.com.
  31. "New Village Arts' Nutcracker' isn't what it seems". sdcitybeat.com.
  32. "THE NUTCRACKER". shauntuazon.com.

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