Brian J. Smith Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Brian J. Smith Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Biography

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Brian J. Smith is an American actor of film, television, and theatre. He is best known for roles such as Will Gorski in the Netflix-produced series Sense8, Lieutenant Matthew Scott in the science fiction series Stargate Universe, and Jim O’Connor in the 2013 revival of The Glass Menagerie, for which he earned 2014 Drama Desk and Tony Award nominations as Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play. His other notable appearances include: Gossip Girl, Coma, Defiance, The War Boys, and Hate Crime. Born Brian Jacob Smith on October 12, 1981 in Dallas, Texas, he studied at the acclaimed Quad C Theatre program at Collin County Community College. He is a graduate of the four-year Acting program (Group 36: 2003–2007) at The Juilliard School Drama Division in New York City. He made his film debut as ‘Trey’ in Hate Crime (2005).

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Athletic
Dress size: Unknown
Breasts-Waist-Hips: Unknown
Shoe size:Unknown
Bra size: Unknown
Cup size:Unknown
Height: 6′0½” (184 cm)
Weight: 170 pounds (77 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

Quotes

I think David Hewlett is a comedic genius. I think he’s great.

Brian J. Smith

In the wake of such bad news, it was heartening to know that what ‘Sense8’ stood for meant so much to so many people.

Brian J. Smith

I wonder if Louis Ferreira would be interested in directing.

Brian J. Smith

I’ve been doing sci-fi for two years, and there is always something big going on. The stakes are always huge. You’re fighting for your life, or you’re dealing with personal stuff. It has really high stakes attached to it, and there are green screen and explosions. You’re going out on these really cool locations.

Brian J. Smith

When you think someone really has the upper hand, you realize that someone has been played the entire time, and there’s a whole other layer where you think the person who is doing the playing has also been played.

Brian J. Smith

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