With nearly 30 years of professional acting experience, Brent Anderson is a seasoned performer of stage, screen and television. He recently finished the first season of the critically-acclaimed ABC Series “American Crime,” written and directed by John Ridley (2014 Oscar-winning writer of “12 Years A Slave”). Upcoming film appearances in 2015 include: Sheriff Joe Cain in the faith-based feature “Gallow’s Road,” as Vince in the sci-fi action film “Daylight’s End,” and as UT Defensive Coordinator Mike Campbell in the upcoming football drama “My All American” with Aaron Eckhart, Finn Whitrock, Sara Bolger and Robin Tunney.
Brent has made dozens of acting appearances in feature films and on television, including the role of Captain King in the NBC movie of the week “Saving Jessica Lynch.” Other feature film and MOW credits include Eddie, the family patriarch, in the independent comedy-drama “About Mom and Dad,” Holden Grayson in the Civil-War era Lifetime TV Movie “Deliverance Creek,” “Painted Hero” (feature with Dwight Yoakum), “To Serve and Protect (NBC),” “Universal Soldier: The Return,” and Bill Jenson in 2008′s “Gary The Tennis Coach.” Television credits include “Killer Women” (ABC Pilot), “Chase” (NBC), “Lonestar” (FOX), “Prison Break (FOX),” “Walker, Texas Ranger (CBS),” A House Divided (ABC)”, “Dallas (CBS),” and regular appearances on PBS’s “Wishbone.” In addition, he has literally hundreds of radio voice-overs, television commercials, corporate and broadcast industrial programs, as well as corporate and live theater shows to his credit.
Brent received his BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1991. He currently serves as the President of the Dallas-Fort Worth Local of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.