Brian Dietzen started his acting career on the stage in his hometown of Boulder, Colo. He performed with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival and graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder, majoring in acting.
In addition to years of theatre credits, including “Equus,” Waiting For Godot,” “Julius Cesar,” “Henry V” and “All My Sons,” his television credits include “My Guide to Becoming a Rockstar,” “Boston Public” and “One on One.”
Dietzen co-wrote, produced and starred in the feature film “Congratulations,” which was selected by over a dozen film festivals and won best feature awards from United Film Festival and New Filmmakers. His film “Lightning vs. Thunder,” a documentary that follows a United States veterans amputee softball team and the amputee children who attend their annual camp, premiered at AFI Fest.
His additional film credits include “From Justin to Kelly” and “Karaoke Man.”
Dietzen lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. His birthday is Nov. 14. Follow him on Twitter @BrianDietzen and Instagram @briankdietzen.