This is Bryant’s first performance at The Clarence Brown Theatre but he’s no stranger to the stage. He’s a native of Dayton, Ohio and now resides in Columbus, Ohio. As a professional actor for over 15 years, Bryant has traveled all across the U.S. performing regional theater. Some of his memorable theater credits includes Jackie Robinson in Most Valuable Player at the Indiana Repertory Theater, Indianapolis, IN.; Walter Lee in A Raisin In The Sun, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio; Ceasar Wilkes in August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean, Human Race Theater, Dayton, Ohio; A Soldier’s Story, Booth in Topdog/Underdog at the Phoenix Theater, Indianapolis, IN.; Jitney, Two Trains Running, The Exonerated, Five Guys Named Moe, Greater Tuna, Cinderella, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Plenty Of Time and many more. He’s been nominated numerous times for his performances including Best Actor, Tampa Bay Theater Awards, Winner of the Theater Roundtable awards for Best Actor for his betrayal of Boy Willie in August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson, CATCO Theater, and Winner of the 2013 Theater Roundtable Award for Best Actor in Mathew Lopez’s The Whipping Man, New Players Theater, Columbus, Ohio. He has done numerous commercials and films and his story continues. Bryant just finished his 3rd reprisal role of Boy Willie in The Piano Lesson at the Portland Playhouse Theater, Portland, OR. which recently made number 1 in the top Ten Best Theater in Portland.