New York city based actor Brian Sills is originally from Toronto, Canada and is a graduate of the Ryerson Theatre School at Ryerson University, one of the foremost classical conservatory actor training programs in Canada.

After graduation Brian spent several years working in theatre, film and television in Toronto before moving to the United States in 2003 to join the original cast of the National US Tour of Disney’s “The Lion King”.

After leaving the tour Brian spent three seasons at the Tony Award winning Chicago Shakespeare Theater. His portrayal of “Cloten” in their acclaimed 2007 production of “Cymbeline”, directed by Artistic Director Barbara Gaines, garnered him a Best Supporting Actor Joseph Jefferson Award Nomination. Brian also received critical praise for his portrayal of “Tranio” in Josie Rourke’s (Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse) exciting new production of “The Taming Of The Shrew” at Chicago Shakespeare.

Brian made his UK debut in 2013 playing chess grandmaster "Joel Benjamin" the Donmar Warehouse's production of "The Machine", a new play by Matt Charman. The production played at the Manchester International Festival and at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City and was directed by Donmar Warehouse Artistic Director Josie Rourke.

Brian has also worked extensively in film & telvision. His latest film "Bikini", written & directed by Spirit Award Winner Milcho Manchevski and starring Condola Rashad will be premiering in 2017. Brian also co-starred in “Baby On Board” with Heather Graham, Jerry O’Connell & John Corbett and “Nothing Like The Holidays”, with Debra Messing & John Leguizamo. Brian is also featured in "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” on Netflix, "Mr. Robot" on the USA Network, and has several national commercials currently running.

Throughout his career Brian has also established himself with some of the country’s finest regional theatre companies, including the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Asolo Repertory Theater, Kansas City Repertory Theater, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Cleveland Play House, Capital Repertory Theatre, Bay Street Theatre, The Clarence Brown Theatre and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC.

An energetic young actor, Brian combines his skills as a classically trained actor with a unique, modern comedic sensibility, giving him a versatility that has allowed him to build a solid and diverse resume.