BRIAN NORMOYLE moved to Los Angeles from Texas, where he earned his MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University and his BFA in Theatre from Southwestern University at Georgetown. He recently created the role of virtuoso violinist Joseph Joachim in the American premiere of Trio – a romantic drama by playwright and renowned concert pianist Israela Margalit about the relationship between Robert Schumann, his wife Clara, and Johannes Brahms. He also starred as Alex in The Little Dog Laughed opposite Greg Louganis and Dawnn Lewis. Additional regional theater credits include four seasons at the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Shakespeare Festival of Ft. Worth, and the International Classical Acting Company.
For television, Brian produced the second installment of episodes for the new comedy series “The Fairy Tales” (thefairytalesseries.com), a “reality” show exploring what happens when Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty are forced to live together in a Hollywood Hills home. He is also the co-creator, co-executive producer, and co-star of the web comedy Servitude: The Series (servitudetheseries.com) and a political contributor for the Huffington Post. Brian is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.