Brennan Elliott

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Brennan Elliott
BornCalgary, Alberta
OccupationActor
 
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Brennan Elliott
BornCalgary, Alberta
OccupationActor

Brennan Elliott is a Canadian actor. One of his first screen appearances was in the music video to Tom Cochrane's 1991 song Life is a Highway.

He is best known as Dr. Nick Biancavilla in Lifetime's Strong Medicine. Among his most prominent roles are his leading roles in the 1999 movie The Silencer and G-Saviour from 2000.

After appearing in episodes of Canadian television series like Madison, Viper, The Outer Limits, Welcome to Paradox, First Wave, The Net and Poltergeist: The Legacy in the 1990s, Elliott has appeared in episodes of current American television hit series like Monk, House M.D.,Criminal Minds, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The 4400, Cold Case, What About Brian, Castle and Desperate Housewives.

He also appeared on Grey's Anatomy, as the father of a son who is a drug abuser. He also made an appearance in the series Ghost Whisperer and Private Practice.

Elliott also starred as 9/11 hero Todd Beamer in Flight 93.

Elliot has a role in the horror film, Curse of Chucky.

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