He attended and worked at a Jewish summer camp located in Webster, Wisconsin, called Herzl Camp.He starred as Joseph in a camp-wide production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in 1992.He has toured with Gavin De Graw, Michael Tolcher, Ari Hest, and Graham Colton.
Some boys and girls we liked just weren't United Nations. And those experiences conditioned me to think of attraction like that.Would that dude be into a Chinese girl is usually thought #3 after: -that looks good -is there a move? Anyway, now I have my answer about Bryan Greenberg.PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jamie Chung While no pics of her ring have surfaced yet, Jamie has been snapping selfies on the beaches of Turks and Caicos. Shameless #selfie so happy to be in paradise with my baby!!!! Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg made it a Halloween to remember by becoming man and wife.In 2012, Greenberg co-starred with Laura Prepon in the independent comedy film The Kitchen.
That same year, Greenberg starred in the dark comedy film The Normals, which follows a young man who enters a two-week clinical trial of an anti-psychotic treatment at a drug-testing center in Queens.
At 7 years old, when Greenberg's younger sister Becca was in dance class, he got the opportunity to appear in the lead role in the Omaha Ballet production of The Nutcracker. Shortly after, he got his first national role as the kid in the Cookie Crisp cereal commercial.
He toured with the show for two months and joined a children's theater company in Omaha. As time went on, he was offered more acting opportunities.
The album also included "You Can Run", a collaboration with How to Make It in America co-star and rapper Kid Cudi.
Greenberg said he wrote the record over a period of two years when he was going through a lot of changes (friends, personal life, career) and decided to title the record We Don't Have Forever to reflect that.
Bryan Greenberg (born May 24, 1978) is an American actor and singer, known for his starring role as Ben Epstein in the HBO original series How to Make It in America as well as a recurring role as Jake Jagielski in the WB series One Tree Hill and as Nick Garrett on the short-lived ABC drama October Road.