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Brian Letscher
Brian Letscher
General Information
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan
Nationality: American
Other Information
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 210 lbs
Occupation(s): Actor
Series Information
Character: Gus Sanders

Brian Letscher plays Gus, Melissa and Phil's dad and husband to Lisa. Originally from just outside of Detroit, Michigan, Letscher attended The University of Michigan where he played football and graduated with an economics degree. Soon after, Letscher moved to New York City to pursue acting. After a stint with the Public Theater Shakespeare Lab, he quickly landed roles in film (Kate and Leopold, Puccini for Beginner's), television (Law and Order: CI, SVU) and theatre (Burning Blue).

Letscher also began working with The Purple Rose Theatre in Chelsea, Michigan where he played the lead role of Bo Decker in William Inge's Bus Stop. The production earned The Detroit Free Press' "Best Play" award. Letscher became a produced playwright when The Purple Rose developed and produced a full equity run of his first play, When The Lights Come On, about his experiences in the world of college football.

Since moving to Los Angeles five years ago, Letscher has appeared in over a dozen television shows while becoming a member of The Pacific Residents Theatre Company and continuing to write and develop his own work. He can currently be seen on ABC’s Scandal.

BioEdit

Brian Letscher was born and raised near Detroit, Michigan. After graduating with an Economics degree and playing football for The University of Michigan, Brian moved to New York City to pursue acting. After a stint with the Public Theater Shakespeare Lab, he quickly landed roles in film (Kate and Leopold, Puccini For Beginner's), television (Law and Order: CI, SVU) and theatre (Burning Blue).

Brian also began working with The Purple Rose Theatre in Chelsea, Michigan. He played the lead role of Bo Decker in William Inge's "Bus Stop" and the production earned The Detroit Free Press' "Best Play" award. Brian became a produced playwright when The Purple Rose developed and produced a full equity run of his first play, "When The Lights Come On", about his experiences in the world of college football.

Since moving to Los Angeles five years ago, Brian has appeared in over a dozen television shows while becoming a member of The Pacific Residents Theatre Company and continuing to write and develop his own work.

He can currently be seen on the new show "Scandal" and as a series regular on Nick at Nite's "Hollywood Heights"

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