Famous People Named Brian
Take a look at famous people named Brian, such as Brian Williams, Brian Jones, and Brian Eno.
Actor / 1938 -
Actor Brian Dennehy was born on July 9, 1938, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. One of his first film roles was in Looking for Mister Goodbar (1977). Dennehy went on to act in more than 60 films and 70 television roles. He also won Tony awards for his stage
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profile name: Brian Wilson profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
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profile name: Brian Williams profile occupation: News Anchor
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profile name: Brian Dennehy profile occupation: Actor
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profile name: Brian Jones profile occupation: Guitarist
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profile name: Brian May profile occupation: Guitarist
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profile name: Brian De Palma profile occupation: Director, Screenwriter
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