Born July 15, 1973 in Van Nuys, CA to parents Joyce and George Green, Brian Green (the "Austin" was added later professionally) entered showbiz early, racking up a list of impressive TV credits before landing a seven-episode recurring role as Donna Mills' son, Brian Cunningham, for three years on the primetime soap "Knots Landing." A year later, Green won the part that made his name: the youngest of the rich clique on "Beverly Hills, 90210," David Silver. Always striving to become part of the in-crowd, Green's aspiring DJ balanced his musical dreams with an oft-tense romance with avowed virgin Donna (Tori Spelling).
Like many of his fellow "90210" cast members, Green found himself in-demand for both series and TV movie work. Among the wealth of voiceover and TV credits he acquired during his rise, some of the more prominent included "She Fought Alone" and followed by "A Friend's Betrayal." He took a delightful comic turn as the dream date of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" -- created from dough and magically imbued with the era's ideal dreamboat characteristics, including the requisite three names: Chad Corey Dylan.
In 1996, he lived out one of his "90120" character's fantasies by releasing his own rap album, "One Stop Carnival." Rather than accept TV movie offers during the next "90210" hiatus, Green elected to spend it promoting his album.
As the decade-long ride on the "90210" train began winding down, the show gave longtime fans the David and Donna wedding they had always wanted. Set loose, Green continued working steadily with telepics, TV guest shots, and a string of films before returning to series television in the drama, "Resurrection Blvd," joining the series in its second season as Luke Bonner, a police officer attending law school. He took a small role in and directed the indie "Fish without a Bicycle," which made little impact but provided him with experience behind the camera. During a guest spot on "Hope & Faith" when playing himself, Green met and fell in love with a young up-and-coming actress, Megan Fox.
He then landed the role of Chris, the skirt-chasing sidekick to Freddie Prinze, Jr., on the latter's well-received sitcom, "Freddie." Although the show only lasted one season, critics liked it and praised Green's comic timing. The actor surprised everyone by taking -- and impressing in -- a role as a time-traveling freedom fighter in "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles." With an adult intensity and intelligence, Green helped anchor some of the show's more drama- and action-rooted sequences.
He continued to stay in the good graces of reviewers and casting directors, landing a guest-starring role on "CSI: Miami" and a well-reviewed three-episode arc on "Smallville" as a cyborg supervillain. In 2010, Green appeared in a multi-episode story arc on the ABC series "Desperate Housewives." He played Keith Watson, Bree's contractor and lover for the first part of the season.
In 2012, Green had a guest appearance in the sitcom "Anger Management" playing Sean, the boyfriend of Charlie's ex-wife, Jen in the first episode of the show. This episode broke a ratings record with 5.74 million viewers on its series debut night and ranks as the most-watched sitcom premiere in cable history. He returned to the show in the episode "Charlie Breaks Up With Kate" when Jen gets back with Sean. In June 2013, Green was promoted to series regular.
Green was also a guest star in the episode finale of second season "Happy Endings." He played Chris, who meets dateless Penny via Skype. He returned in the first episode of the third season "Cazsh Dummy Spillionaires."
Green and Fox married in 2010 and welcomed their first child in September 2012.
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