Brian Austin Green quickly gained overnight fame as he endeared himself to millions as the sweet and naïve David Silver on the teen phenomenon “Beverly Hills, 90210.” As an actor, director and producer on the show, his resume is as extensive as it is versatile.
As a child, he entered the fifth grade with music as his focus at Thirty Second Street School for the Performing Arts and, with the USC Film School around the corner, Green was soon starring in student films. After signing with a prestigious children’s agency, he has not looked back.
Green was most recently seen guest starring on the hit television shows “Smallville” and “CSI: Miami.” Prior to that, he was a series regular on the critically acclaimed FOX television show “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.” From the creators of “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” (2003), the series was set after the events of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (1991) and followed the adventures of a mother who became a warrior, a son who became a hero, and their only ally, a friend from the future (Green), as they began a quest to stop the US military and Cyberdyne Corporation from creating the program that would bring humanity to an end.
Green’s additional television credits include “CSI,” “Las Vegas,” “Hope & Faith,” “George Lopez” and “Freddie,” as well as a three year stint on “Knots Landing.” He also starred in the 1997 TV movie “Unwed Father” and the Showtime series “Dead Man’s Gun” and "Resurrection Blvd.”
In addition, he starred in theatre productions of Ah, Wilderness and The Diary. Green has also completed work in several independent films, including “Ronnie,” “Cock and Bull Story” and “Purgatory Flats” and the short films “Righteous Indignation” and “Bleach.”
Green directed his first feature film, “Fish Without a Bicycle” and was last seen in theatres in the Tony Scott directed feature film, “Domino” opposite Kiera Knightly and Christopher Walken.