Copyright © All Rights Reserved | River Road Media/Bryan McGlothin

Bryan

McGlothin


Professional Working Actor and acting Coach

Actor

Bryan’s short film, The 11th Commandment, won 1st Place in the Tri-Cities International Film Festival’s 2016, 72 Hour Film Challenge, Honolulu Film Award’s First Time Film Maker Award, a Simi-Finalist in the Calcutta International Film Festival.

Producer and Director


Acting Coach

Classes - Workshops - Private Lessons

Author and Playwright

Resume

Film & Television

The 11th Commandment

Contrition

Jackson Horn

Elvis (Episodes 1 & 2)

Warning: Parental Advisory

It’s A Miracle “Pennies From Heaven”

Hell Swarm

Apollo 11

Makeover

Laughing Boy

Killing The Badge

Jack And Jill

Armadillo

Table For One


Theatre

Sleeper

Richard III

My Three Angels

Private Eyes

Never Too Late

Blind Love

Catch Me If You Can

Review (Houston Symphony)

Guys And Dolls

Accomplice

Rainmaker

Torchbearers

Little Match Girl

Time Square Angel

Art Of Murder

Legend Of Sleepy Hollow

A Christmas Cactus

Dogs Of Foo

House On The Cliff

Sherlock Holms

Wolfsbane


Commercial

HAPO

Goodwill

Sunset Gardens

Kadlec Regional Hospital

Builders Square

Randals

Houston Power And Light

San Jac Community College

Todays Vission

Del Mar Community College

San Jac Community College (2)

Humana Insurance

Fingers Furniture


Industrial

Mission Support Alliance

   10 Training Videos

PNNL RPL Training Videos

PNNL Take Cover Training Videos

Bechtel Video Game

Texas Department Of Public Safety

COMPAQ COMPUTERS (2)


Print

Geoquest

Nalco/Exxon

Houston Power And Light

Cooper Cameron Valves


Training

Bryan has been working professionally on stage and screen for over 20 years. Has worked as an acting for the camera coach for 7 years, and a film producer/director for 2 years.

Bryan teaches Acting For The Camera at Columbia Basin College.

He also teaches camera acting workshops and private lessons in the Tri-Cities area.

Deke Anderson (Los Angeles) Brandon Smith; Barbara Brinkley; Caryn Gorme; Jo Edna Boldin (Houston)

Dee Wallace (Los Angeles); Chris Wilson, Brandon Smith (Houston)

Bob Magruder (Dallas)

Singers Workshop (Houston)

Kirk Sisco (Dallas)


ON CAMERA

ACTING

VOICE-OVER

VOICE

AUDIO PROMPTER

b

Principal

Supporting

Supporting

Supporting

Featured

Principal

Featured

Featured

Featured

Supporting

Supporting

Principal

Featured

Supporting  



Bill

Stanley

Peter

Matthew

Harry

Michael Hudson

Corban

Mack The Knife

Lieutenant Brannigan

Derek/Jon/Brian

File

Teddy Spearing

Johnathan

Chick la Fountain

Johnny Gopher

Brom Bones

Stuart Winsor

Johnny

Cory Phillips

Inspector Lestrade

James (The Butler)



Featured

Principal

Pricipal (Voice-Over)

Principal

Principal

Featured

Principal

Principal (Voice Over)

Principal

Principal

Principal

Featured

Featured



Principal


Principal

Principal

Principal

Principal

Featured



Direct Mail

Direct Mail

News Paper

Direct Mail



Ethan Shots Films

JH Productions

JH Productions (Dir. Kevin Fox)

Jaffe/Braunstein Films/CBS

Charter Films/VH1

Clear Lake Prod./PAX  Network

Charter Films (Dir. Tim Matheson)

Charter Films/Family Channel  

Charter Films  

Laughing Boy Productions  

Sturghill Productions  

Fork In The Road Pictures

Caspian Films

Clear Pictures  



Richland Players

Columbia Basin College

Richland Players

Columbia Basin College

Richland Players

Country Playhouse

Theatre Southwest

Houston Symphony

Country Playhouse

Theatre Southwest

Theatre Southwest

Actor’s Theatre of Houston

Fort Bend Theatre

Actor’s Workshop

Dinner Theatre

Fort Bend Theatre

Theatre Suburbia

Actor’s Workshop

Theatre Suburbia

Theatre Southwest

Fortbend Theatre



Focal Point Marketing

Focal Point Marketing

Focal Point Marketing

Focal Point Marketing

Fogerty Klein & Partners

Bill Young Productions

Taylor Smith Company

Wright Gillock

Texas Premier Productions

Wright Gillock

Wright Gillock

Ash\Bowie Productions

Cohen Group



Mission Support Alliance

   In-House Production

Vivid Learning Systems

Vivid Learning Systems

Imageworks Media Group

Production Works

Red E Productions



Jeff Haggar

Marion Graphics

Taylor Smith Company

Bob Leamans

 


Abilities

                    Teaches Acting For The Camera at Columbia Basin College.

Acting coach, public speaker, forklift operator.  Firearms- pistol, shotgun and rifle.  Bow and arrow- compound and recurve.  Outdoor sports- baseball, softball, volleyball, weight lifting, horse shoes, pétanque (French boules). Rides western. Swims. Have experience with NASCAR, IRL and NHRA Drag Racing circuit.


Resume_2018.pdf

Resume

Download

Bryan was a SAG member for 15 years, and is currently SAG Eligible.


Bryan produced and directed the Golden Ponies I’ve Seen You Drunk music video in 2017.

Bryan’s short film, Revelation, won 2nd Place in the Tri-Cities International Film Festival’s 2017, 72 Hour Film Challenge!

Demo Reel

Industrial

Game Narrator

Head Shot

Download

01.jpg

Bryan’s Stage Plays Include:


Blind Love (Full–length Drama)

Produced: Country Playhouse, Houston TX, 1999.


Have You Seen My Mother (Full–length Drama)

Produced: Country Playhouse, Houston TX, 1998.

Reading: Pasadena Little Theatre, Pasadena, TX, 1997.

Awards: Simi-finalist, Sienna College, Loudonville, NY, 1998.


Blind Love (One Act Drama)

Produced: Theatre Southwest, Houston TX, 1998.

Awards: 1998 Festival Of Originals winner.


A Gypsy’s Fortune

Theatre Southwest, Houston, TX, 1997

Reading: Scriptwriters Houston, Houston, TX, 1996.


Bryan is the author of


Have You Seen My Mother

A True Story Of Parental Kidnap


Testimonials


“For the last several years Bryan has been our “Acting for the Camera” instructor at Columbia Basin College. In that time he has done an excellent job of training our students to be efficient in acting before the camera… He has nearly tripled enrollment in the class during his tenure here. Bryan is well prepared to teach courses on acting, particularly when they involve the skills needed in front of the camera. He is a competent actor with professional credits…

Bryan goes “above and beyond” to make sure students have a good learning experience.”

Ginny Quinley, Performing Arts Director, Columbia Basin College



“Working with Bryan is always a great pleasure! He knows what he wants out of a production. Being a working actor, he works with other actors with immense knowledge,understanding and respect. I recommend his class to anyone who has the opportunity to take it.”

Christina Mauro, High Fly Films, Los Angeles



"I’ve had the good fortune to take a workshop from Bryan, to participate in an actors’ studio with him, and to perform opposite him. As a teacher, Bryan is not only generous with his time, judicious in his comments, and honest in his evaluations, he nurtures talent in young actors and demonstrates a professionalism and attention to craft that we should all strive for. When I needed it, Bryan gave me some of the best advice I’ve received as an actor: On stage you have an obligation to everybody else involved in the show and it’s your responsibility to perform well no matter what personal conflicts may exist."

Robert Chisholm, Assistant Professor/History/Political Science/Columbia Basin College



“I enjoyed taking Bryan's acting class so much, I took it two years in a row. With weekly performances, reviewing, and critiquing, you can see and feel your improvement and personal growth as an actor. This class is a great investment!”

Ashley Bartholet, Student



“Bryan is a great acting coach!  He helped me out of my shell and gave me the confidence I needed to move forward in my film career. He is a working actor who eagerly shares the trade! I Will cherish his advice for a lifetime.  Thanks Bryan!”

Ethan Schotz, Ethan Shotz Films



“I would highly recommend Bryan's class, I learned invaluable skills that are easily applied to a real life on set. Regular training in front of the camera was just what i needed and I still consider it the best way to learn. With a friendly, skilled, and funny instructor ready to give his all to guide your growth what could a more could a budding actor ask for? To those of us who spend our time behind the camera this acting class is just what we need to understand things from the actors point of view. Worth Every Penny!”

Desiree Garrett, Student


Bryan’ also creates demo reels for actors serious about their careers.

Agency

MAM

(206) 249-9051

http://www.wearemam.com/