ABOUT BRYAN

Bryan Terrell Clark is an accomplished actor and singer/songwriter who has performed in hugely successful Broadway shows and a wide range of popular television programming for various networks.

 

In 2019, Bryan reprised his role as George Washington in the record-breaking Broadway hit Hamilton.  He made his Broadway debut playing the iconic role of Marvin Gaye in Motown: The Musical, which received a 2014 Grammy Award nomination for “Best Musical Theater Album”.  Bryan also starred opposite Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett in the acclaimed drama Fences at the Pasadena Playhouse. Additional theater credits include the Mark Taper Forum’s production of Immediate Family directed by Phylicia Rashad, the Alliance Theatre’s Sophisticated Ladies and His Girl Friday at the Guthrie Theater.

 

Most recently, Bryan appeared in Ava DuVernay’s 2020 Peabody Award winning Netflix mini series When They See Us, Cherish the Day and Queen Sugar on the OWN network.  He will appear in Shonda Rhymes’ Inventing Anna on Netflix and  Warner Brothers Snowpiercer in 2020. Among his other numerous television appearances include CBS’s  NCIS: New Orleans, Blue Bloods, Person of Interest, Unforgettable, CSI: NY and The Unit. He has also had roles on NBC’s The Mysteries of Laura, Fox’s Empire, USA Network’s Royal Pains as well as BET’s The New Edition Story and Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. In addition, Bryan appeared in the film Collateral Beauty, which was released in 2016 by Warner Bros.

 

As a singer, songwriter and producer, he was co-writer on Mary J. Blige’s Irreversible on the album My Life II and has performed with such artists as Maxwell, Brandy, Ne-Yo, Anita Baker, Michael Bublé and many others. 

 

Bryan’s production company Artists Park Productions has a creative collaboration with INE Entertainment, a leading independent production company on a series of digital and television projects.

 

Clark is the co-founder of inDEFINED, an initiative that inspires and teaches young people to use their voices to erase constrictive labels in our society.  He is also the recipient of the 2018 VOICE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AWARD From Rutgers University, the 2019 GALLERY OF SUCCESS AWARD from Temple University,  HELP USA 2019 “Help Hero Award” for Volunteerism for his ongoing commitment to social change and activism.  

 

Bryan Terrell Clark graduated from the Yale School of Drama and Temple University.  He is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and currently lives in Los Angeles, California.